The finals of the Allam British Open take area today, with action beginning at 15:00 (GMT+1) at the Allam Sports Centre in Hull, with the iconic trophies up for grabs.

The girls last see World No.4 Camille Serme tackle Egypt’s Nouran Gohar as both participate in their 2d final at the British Open.

They can be followed by the top men around the globe. World No.1 Ali Farag takes on World No.2 Mohamed Elshorbagy, with the former looking for his first British Open identity.

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This afternoon, 2015 champion Camille Serme will face 2016 runner-up Nouran Gohar in the women’s final of the Allam British Open.

The pair have confronted every nine instances on the PSA World Tour before, with the Egyptian having received six of these and beating the World No.4 within the El Gouna International semi-finals ultimate month.

Some will search for a 2nd British Open crown after she defeated Laura Massaro to win the title in 2015. This is the Frenchwoman’s first final because the China Open returned in September, but ‘La Panthére’ is again to her.

Gohar has been imperious lately, reaching the final of El Gouna’s remaining month. During the last four weeks, she has crushed every one of the top 3 players in the world, Raneem El Welily, Nour El Sherbini, and Nour El Tayeb.

Can Gohar upload the World No.4 to that first-rate list to give up the season? Or can ‘La Panthére’ pounce to claim a second British Open name?

The men’s final will feature the two great male players in a global face-off, as World No.1 Ali Farag takes on World No.2 Mohamed ElShorbagy for an area in British Open records.

This is the seventeenth assembly between the pair and the 7th instant time that they have confronted off in a very last. ElShorbagy holds a nine-7 benefit over his compatriot. However, Farag has received the ultimate time, claiming the Tournament of Champions and DPD Open titles.

Farag was in sensational shape in 2019, having the handiest misplaced one in all his 26 suits because of the turn of the 12 months. He has also taken home the World Championships identify, the El Gouna International, the TOC above, and the DPD Open.

ElShorbagy’s simplest name in 2019 became the Grasshopper Cup in March; however, he is a -time winner right here in Hull. He also misplaced within the last ultimate year and can try to take home the 3rd crown. ‘The Beast’s run to the final has been lots less complicated as properly as he’s but to drop a sport in the match.

Will it become a trio of titles for ElShorbagy? Or can Farag preserve his dominance in 2019?

Gohar Downs Serme to Become Women’s Champion

Nouran Gohar (proper) celebrates her win over Camille Serme (left)

Egypt’s World No.7 Nouran Gohar has ended up the second girl Egyptian of all time to lift the well-known Allam British Open identity after dismantling France’s Camille Serme in a sensational three-zero victory.

Gohar was sublime at some point in the event, storming past World No.1 Raneem El Welily and World No.3 Nour El Tayeb in the region-finals and semi-finals, respectively. The 21-year-old positioned within the very definition of a powerhouse performance nowadays as she finished an 11-3, eleven-eight, eleven-three victory in only half an hour.

She sought to make up for a final defeat to compatriot Nour El Sherbini in 2016. She opposed the 2015 champion in Serme, the most effective Frenchwoman ever to get her arms at the prestigious trophy.

Gohar changed into her sport right from the off as she penned Serme within the returned corners and the World No. Four had no answers to her opponent’s extremely good electricity hitting as Gohar stormed to an at-ease victory, which saw her win her first PSA Platinum title in August 2016.

“It method so much to me, specifically because it’s miles the British Open,” said an emotional Gohar.

“When you have had difficult instances, it makes it more unique, so I am over the moon. I cozily experienced this court; I want to take it home!

“I felt very comfortable. The surroundings, the metropolis itself, feel a bit like home. It could be very snug here, facilitating my ability to share correctly in the courtroom. To be accurate, you need to be comfortable and focused. I experienced this mindset, and my surroundings helped me.

“This morning after my hit, I started out crying. I had never done that before, even in Hong Kong. I assume I turned very young, so maybe I couldn’t genuinely understand how much it meant to me to be inside the final of a prime occasion. My mum kept telling me to revel in the event and to relax. She informed me about taking the chance, and if I performed excellently, I would win.

“When I won the Hong Kong Open, she [her mother] changed into there properly. I suppose she might be my fortunate attraction, and there’s also a person who isn’t always with me. However, he is the principal reason for what I have. My dad is the reason why I play squash because he loves it so much.”