Final : Top seed Momen claims the title
Top seeds Tarek Momen and Paul Coll will contested the final of the 2020 Troilus Canada Cup in a repeat of their World Championship decider at the end of last year.
As in Qatar (and as in the 2017 final here) it was the Egyptian who triumphed, taking the match in three tough games for a second Canada Cup and an 8th PSA title.
Canada Cup Preview
Ten years ago, the Canada Cup Squash (CCS) Committee had a vision to bring the world’s best singles players back to Toronto. In 2009, led by seven time Canadian Champion and event Promoter, Shahier Razik, the best players in the world arrived in Toronto to compete for the title.
The event since has attracted an impressive list of the World #1’s including Jonathon Power, Ramy Ashour, Greg Gauliter, Nick Matthews, Mohammed El Shorbagy, and the 4-time world champion Amr Shabana who called it the ‘Tournament of the year!”.
The 2020 Canada Cup Squash (CCS) is set to make its return to Toronto February 21st-25th. The tournament boasts a rich 10-year tradition of attracting the very best squash players in the world, making it the gold standard for Canadian squash. Bringing in the best year after year has resulted in significant growth for the Canada Cup.
Riding the momentum, this year’s tournament is a sanctioned PSA Silver $70k world ranking event. The event will feature 24 of the world’s top players in the main round. Situated at various Greater Toronto Area Club’s, Toronto Athletic Club, One Health Club, and Ontario Racquet Club, and the main host venue, The Cambridge Club.