Qatar’s Abdullah Al Tamimi qualifies to QSF Challenger Open final

Qatar’s Abdullah Al Tamimi qualified to the final match of QSF Challenger Open organized by the Qatar Squash Federation the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex.

To conclude on Wednesday, the event sees the participation of 24 players.

Al Tamimi cruised to the final match after beating India’s Mahesh Mangaonkar 3-1 in the first semifinals match.

In the final match, Al Tamimi will take on top seed Leo Au of Hong Kong who edged past Youssef Ibrahim of Egypt in the other semifinals match.

Speaking after the match, Al Tamimi said that is satisfied with his level against India’s Mahesh Mangaonkar as he managed to reach the final match.

He also stressed that will do his best in the final match against the top seed Leo Au.

Al Tamimi leads the standings of the Qatari squash after turning professional in 2011. He also made so many huge achievements during career including the winning title of Malaysian Open.

The PSA Challenger Tour provides a platform for the world’s most exciting up-and-coming players to cut their teeth on the professional circuit against some of the squash’s most experienced professionals, with tournaments offering prize money between $5,500 – $30,000.