The promising Qatari Abdullah Al-Tamimi will play a strong confrontation tomorrow against his Egyptian counterpart Marwan Al Shorbagy, ranked fifth in the world, in the framework of the quarter-final matches of the Manchester International Open Squash Championship for men and women, currently being held in Britain and continuing until the thirteenth of this August, which reaches The value of its material prizes is $85,000.
Al Tamimi, ranked 38th in the world, is looking for tomorrow's match to achieve the achievement and snatch the ticket to qualify for the semi-finals, and continue the journey towards the title.
The Qatari player has made a strong performance in the tournament competitions so far, as he easily overcame the Spanish player Barja Julen in the first round by three games without a response, and then continued his brilliance in the second round by overcoming the obstacle of the Colombian player Miguel Rodriguez by three games to one.
Chairman of the National Teams Committee in the Qatar Squash Association, Khalid Al-Khulaifi, expressed his pride in the distinguished levels presented by Al-Tamimi in the Manchester Open Squash Championship, despite the conditions the world is going through due to the Corona virus (Covid-19), which greatly affected the organization of world championships. players' preparations.
Al Khulaifi said, in a press statement, that he hopes that Al Tamimi's distinguished results will be an opportunity to develop his level and give him more confidence, and to continue his honorable career in the various upcoming benefits.
The head of the National Teams Committee stressed that the Qatar Football Association is keen to support all its players, and to provide all available means that push them to enhance their professional level and achieve more achievements.