After spending a month away, with a little over two weeks in Egypt, I am finally back in my apartment in Philadelphia! The Egyptian Open finished a little over a week ago, but I’ve actually been home for nearly two weeks. For those of you doing the math, my arrival back to the states was […]
Welcome back, SOBHY SQUAD!! Now that the first Professional Squash Tournament has wrapped up, I thought it would be fun to give you a little insight on what the new “normal” is like for a professional squash player competing in a tournament, during the Covid era. Let’s begin, shall we? I was scheduled to fly […]
Hello SOBHY SQUAD! Thank you for checking out my website!! If you’re reading this, it means that you have made it onto my website and that I have successfully trapped you into checking out my site, thanks to this blog. Welcome to my inaugural post!! Now that I am venturing back into the world of […]
n this new series, professional squash player Amanda Sobhy shares her journey with readers as she recovers from an Achilles tear and subsequent surgery. In this first installment, Sobhy details what it felt like when she first tore the tendon during a high-stakes tournament in South America. On March 10, I tore my left Achilles […]
In this ongoing series, professional squash player Amanda Sobhy, who was ranked No. 7 in the world last year, shares her thoughts, struggles and triumphs as she recovers from Achilles surgery. I can’t believe 12 weeks have passed since I had surgery for a torn Achilles. When I first ruptured it (during a match in […]
In My Own Words: Squash’s Amanda Sobhy reveals how she found happiness after Achilles surgery By Amanda Sobhy APR 25, 2017 Shared from: ExcelleSports.com If you’ve ever been seriously injured, you already know what I’m talking about. And if you haven’t, well, let me tell you. Enduring a debilitating injury is incredibly hard. In fact, […]
Amanda Sobhy is Team USA’s number 1 female squash player and is currently ranked number 7 on the world professional tour. She hails from Long Island, New York, and is now based in Boston.
Amanda recently caused a stir at one of the biggest events on the calendar in NYC, the Tournament of Champions, by beating the seedings and making it all the way to the finals. Could this be the beginning of a break out period for her? At 22 years of age, by most accounts, she is already the most accomplished American-born female squash player in history. […]