The semi-final of the 2016 World Series Squash finals will take place at Burj Park, Downtown Dubai on 27 May, Friday.
How to Watch Live
Live coverage of the Dubai World Series Squash, including men's and women's semifinals will be available on BT Sport 2. The match will start at 4pmBST/8:30pmIST/7pm local time and the second semi-final
For online users, the match can be streamed live from PSA World Tour's official website by clicking here.
For international viewers, the online streaming is available PSA Squash TV's official YouTube channel.
Clicking HERE to follow the live score.
Order of Play
- Laura Massaro v Nour El Sherbini – First Women's semi-final will start at 7pm local time, followed by
- Mohamed Elshorbagy v Cameron Pilley – First Men's semi-final.
- Nicol David v Raneem El Welily – Second Women's semi-final
- Miguel Angel Rodriguez v Gregory Gaultier – Second Men's semi-final
World No 1 Mohamed Elshorbagy, Gregory Gaultier, Miguel Angel Rodriguez and Cameron Pilley have made it to the last four of the men's World Series finals in Dubai. The Colombian, who is ranked No 6 in the world, was given a chance to progress to the semi-final after French star Mathieu Castagnet was forced to withdraw as he had a recurrence of an adductor injury during the second game.
Egyptian Elshorbagy will face Pilley in the first semi-final, while the remaining two, Angel Rodriguez and Gaultier, will play the second semi-final. The winner of these two clashes will face each other in the final on 28 May.
World No 1 and England's Laura Massaro will be one of the firm favourites to win the women's final. But she will face competition from three others, Nour El Sherbini, Nicol David and Raneem El Welily.
Massaro faces El Sherbini in the first semi-final, which will be the first semi-final clash (of both women's and men's) on Friday. David and El Welily take on each other in the other semi-final.