02:47 pm | Wednesday 06 January 2021
Mohamed Safwat Wadi Tekla is a tennis player
Tigris Valley Clubs have announced that Egyptian champion Mohamed Safwat will take part in the qualifying rounds for the Australian Open, the first of four major “Grand Slam” tournaments to be held at the Khalifa International Stadium in Qatar from January 10 to 13.
There will be 128 players in the men’s qualifying rounds for the Australian Open, of whom only 16 will qualify for key roles. The Australian Open prize money is A $ 71 million, which equates to US $ 49 million.
Mohamed Safwat, 30, will also compete in the Tokyo Olympics, becoming the first Egyptian to compete in the men’s tennis Olympics after defeating his teammate Karim Mamoon in the final after winning gold at the African Games in Morocco last year. Safwat achieved great results last season and won the Charleston Tennis Championships in Australia.
Sandra Sameer qualifies for the quarterfinals of the Future International Tennis Championships
Sandra Samir, player of the Wadi Tekla Clubs and Egyptian national tennis team, finished second at the Republican level and third at the Arab level, reaching the quarterfinals of the doubles and singles, beating the Belgium-Russian doubles 2/0 in the 8th round, (0/6) And (2/6), at the Future International Championships organized by the International Tennis Federation at the Sulaimania Stadiums in the Arab Republic of Egypt, between January 5 and 19, 2021, with a total of $ 15,000 in prizes.
Mohammed Abdel Mawjood participates in the World Masters Championship for Judo
Olympic judo champion Mohamed Abdel Moukoud, ranked 16th in the world according to the International Judo Federation’s 66kg weight classification, will compete in the World Masters Championships to be held in Doha, Qatar from 11 to 13 January 2021, and the player has qualified for the championship as one of the top 32 in the world rankings.