His first tournament under England will take place between June 7th and June 11th at the Necker Mauritius Open.
Former world no. 1 squash champ Mohamed ElShorbagy has officially started playing for England. ElShorbagy, currently ranked third globally, is set to compete at Professional Squash Association (PSA) and World Squash Federation (WSF) under the English flag.
The 31-year-old resided in England since the age of 15, and attended Millfield School in Somerset. He played with six-time British Open champion, Jonah Barrington, and later studied at the University of the West of England in Bristol.
His first tournament under England will take place between June 7th and June 11th at the Necker Mauritius Open, a PSA World Tour event. Afterwards, he will participate at the British National Squash Championships for the first time in Manchester between June 14th and June 18th.