Gaultier: I want revenge on El Shorbagy in Dubai

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Gregory Gaultier is the men's World No 2.

Mohamed El Shorbagy is the name on most people's lips at the PSA Dubai World Series Finals, but there is one man who believes he has the beating of the World No 1.

World No 2 Gergory Gaultier points out that out of El Shorbagy's six wins this year, Gaultier was only playing in two of the tournaments. On top of that the Frenchman believes his agonising loss to the Egyptian two weeks ago will give him the motivation he needs to win in Dubai.

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Mohamed El Shorbagy is the World No 1 squash player.

Squash World No 1 Mohamed El Shorbagy has been almost unplayable this year, but there is still one trophy that remains vacant from his cabinet.

The Egyptian has never won the World Series and is now keen to follow in the footsteps of squash legends Peter Nicol and Ramy Ashour by winning the competition.

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Last month, the 20-year-old became the youngest player to win the Women's World Championship in Malaysia and is aware many of the sport's experts feel she will land the PSA Dubai World Series crown under the gaze of the Burj Khalifa this week.

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