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Round Two

Mariam Metwally 3-1 [6] Nadine Shahin  10-12, 12-10, 11-3, 11-9 (44m)
[1] Sarah-Jane Perry (ENG) 3-2 [9/16] Zeina Mickawy 11-8, 12-10, 7-11, 7-11, 11-9 (51m)

Report from Cleveland Team:

Shahin started the match out strong taking the first three points before Metwally got on the board. Shahin maintained a high pace and gained momentum to a 9-6 lead. Metwally then rattled off a few winners, leveling it at 9-9. Shahin took the game in a tiebreak at 12-10.

Shahin maintained her momentum in the second game, roaring to a 7-3 lead. Metwally then leveled the score at 7-7. The game ended in another tiebreak with Metwally taking the game 12-10 leveling it at 1-1.
Metwally carried her momentum the third game gaining a quick 8-3 lead. She quickly finished out the game 11-3. The fourth game started out close and remained close with the score at 9-7. After a few decisions Metwally took match ball at 10-9. Metwally then took the match on a stroke.


“Well, I feel good mentally & physically on court. I’m really glad with my performance lately. Today I was so hungry on court.
I remember last tournament I played Nadine in blackball. After the match I heard her coach telling her that she could win 3/0 so today I wanted to do so. So I kept those words in my mind until we meet again on court. I think 3/1 sounds good too.
I guess I’m on the right track mentally. & I’m ready to keep pushing forward. Tomorrow is a new day. A new chance to move forward so I’ll just keep doing my best to get the win.”

Round One

[9/16] Mariam Metwally 3-0 Cristina Gomez (ESP) 11-2, 11-5, 11-6 (21m)
[9/16] Jasmine Hutton (ENG) 3-1 Menna Nasser  7-11, 11-8, 11-1, 11-3 (29m)
[9/16] Zeina Mickawy3-0 Nicole Bunyan (CAN) 11-9, 11-6, 14-12 (28m)

“I feel very fresh, very focused, in the mood to play good squash. I was trying to attack any time I had the opportunity to. Really looking forward to playing again tomorrow, I feel like the court benefits my game.”

I was focused at the beginning, I didn’t want her to get into the match at all. Third game I was in charge until I was 6-2 and then started to make some errors. I’m happy that I managed to win that third game and also to get through. Very much looking forward to playing tomorrow again”.

The draw for the 2022 Cleveland Classic, PSA World Tour Bronze event has been released, with defending champion CIB Nour El Tayeb returning to Cleveland to retain the title that she picked up two years ago.
It will be El Tayeb’s second event back on the PSA World Tour after giving birth to her first child, Farida, earlier in 2021. She will face either Ineta Mackevica from Latvia or Malaysia’s Aifa Azman in her first match.

Women’s $51k PSA Bronze, 27-31 Jan, Cleveland USA

Cleveland Classic 2022