2014 - 2015  Events

December 12-14
Atlanta Grand Masters at the Midtown Athletic Club

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2007 Atlanta Open

2007 Atlanta OpenIt was the first time that Yasser El Halaby had faced his illustrious Egyptian compatriot Omar Elborolossy, a former world No14 - but the 22-year-old underdog was ruthless in his straight games victory over his higher-seeded opponent as he lifted the Atlanta Squash Open title for the first time at the Concourse Athletic Club.

El Halaby, from Cairo , is clearly at home on US courts where the 2006 Princeton graduate last year became the only four-time winner of the men's national intercollegiate squash championship. Seeded eighth, El Halaby reached the final after first upsetting England 's No2 seed Chris Simpson, then third-seeded Colombian Miguel Angel Rodriguez.

In the final, he chopped 31-year-old fifth seed Elborolossy 11-3, 11-6, 11-7 in 40 minutes to win the second PSA Tour title of his career.

Results

U17

1.Andrew Mc Guinness ( Philadelphia )

2.Tyquan Jones ( Atlanta )

Level 2.5

1.Bob Sade (Charleston)

2.Jeff Zepp (Florida)

Level 3.0

1. Oscar Mousinho (Atlanta )

2. Mikel Muffley ( Atlanta )

Level 3.5

1.Mike Howell ( Florida )

2. Marcus Tuerk ( Boca Raton )

Level 4.0

1. Peter Popovich (Charlotte )

2. Ian Andrews ( Michigan )

Level 4.5

1. Remington Reynolds ( Atlanta )

2. Petras Baniulis ( Boca Raton )

Level 5.0

1. Gilles Chemtob ( Florida )

2. Trey Paris ( Atlanta )

Level 5.5

1. Justin Mather ( Atlanta )

2. Rene Jongmans ( Atlanta )

Level 6.0

1. Sunny Hunt ( Naples )

2. Mick Joint ( Detroit )