- Pakistan’s Hamza Khan lost to England’s Finnlay Withington by 2-3.
- Thrilling semi-final of the Men’s World Junior Squash Championship.
Hamza Khan came out on top for the British Junior Squash Championship in January 2020. He then prevailed at the US Juniors.
You’re looking at the first Englishman to reach the Men’s World Junior Championship final since 2002! 🔥
A huge performance from 🏴 [3/4] Finnlay Withington sees him overcome  🇵🇰 Hamza Khan in a five-game thriller
Finnlay won 3-2: 11-2, 11-9, 5-11, 11-13, 11-2 pic.twitter.com/ppALUHkmMi
— 🏴 England Squash (@englandsr) August 15, 2022
The semi-final between the two rivals was an emotional challenge, as it comprised of five sets, where Hamza and Finnlay contended energetically for triumph.
Subsequent to losing the initial two sets, Hamza got back in the saddle by winning the third and fourth sets, in any case, the English squash player got the better of him and dominated the game by 3-2.
Finnlay likewise turned into the primary Englishman to arrive at the Men’s World Junior Championship last starting around 2002.
Prior, Hamza crushed Egypt’s Mohammed Nasser to fit the bill for the last of the occasion.
It ought to be referenced here that the 16-year-old has shown huge potential since making his presentation and is believed to be Pakistan’s quickest rising squash player.