Resides Philadelphia, PA
Club Arlen Specter US Squash Center
Birthdate December 30, 1996
Hometown Sea Cliff, NY
College Harvard University
National Titles 1
PSA Titles 5
Sabrina Sobhy joined the PSA World Tour full time in 2019 and has since earned gold medals for Team USA and cracked into the world’s top twenty players.
Sabrina enjoyed a successful junior squash career during which she captured three consecutive U19 national titles from 2012-2014. Shortly after winning her third junior national title in 2014, Sabrina upset her older sister, Amanda, to win her first National Singles title. Sabrina represented Team USA at five World Juniors, reaching the individual quarterfinals three times and contributing to a record three consecutive World Junior Teams second place finishes in 2011, 2013 and 2015.
At Harvard, Sabrina contributed to four consecutive national team titles and four Ivy League titles. Sabrina also earned numerous accolades including two CSA first team All-American honors.
Following her graduation, Sabrina played an important role on the biggest international stage for Team USA at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru. Sabrina earned two gold medals for the U.S., one in doubles with her sister, Amanda, and one as a part of the three-player team with Amanda and Olivia Blatchford Clyne.
After becoming a full-time professional and joining the US Squash High Performance Program, Sobhy consistently ascended up the world rankings. Sabrina ended the 2019 calendar year with a flourish of three PSA titles in just a few weeks, including the $12k Pakistan International Championship, $20k Monte Carlo Classic and $12k London Open. Sabrina began 2021 by reaching world No. 20, her first time breaking into the world’s top twenty.
World No. 29 Sabrina Sobhy is set for just her second career third-round appearance in a PSA Platinum event after defeating U.S. teammate Olivia Blatchford Clyne in the second round of the CIB Egyptian Open in Cairo Sunday, October 11. Sobhy and Blatchford Clyne, a 9/16 seed, were meeting just for the second time on […]
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Olivia Blatchford Clyne against Tesni Evans Team USA’s Olivia Blatchford Clyne and Sabrina Sobhy are through to the last sixteen of the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions following second round wins Sunday, January 12, in New York City. Blatchford Clyne’s win came in unfortunate fashion against Wales’ world No. 9 Tesni Evans in the first […]
Team USA’s Sabrina Sobhy ended the 2019 calendar year on a high note by winning her third consecutive PSA World Tour title–the $12,000 Hauawai Pakistan International–December 19, in Islamabad, Pakistan. Sobhy’s hot streak began with what was then her largest career title at the $12,000 London Open in November. The week of December 9-13, Sobhy […]
Team USA’s Sabrina Sobhy has won back-to-back PSA titles in recent weeks–the $12,000 London Open and $20,000 Monte Carlo Classic–her first two titles as a full-time touring professional. In November, the twenty-three-year-old captured what was then her largest career PSA title to date in London. Sobhy took out the tournament’s top two seeds on her […]
Team USA’s Sabrina Sobhy lifted her second PSA title of 2019, and first since becoming a full-time professional, at the $12,000 London Open Sunday, November 24, at the Cumberland Club. Sobhy, world No. 52, entered the draw as the lone American representative and the tournament’s six seed. After a three-game win to open the tournament, […]
Sabrina Sobhy Reaches First National Singles Final in Five Years; Harrity and Hanson Set up S.L. Green Final
Watch the 2019 S.L. Green U.S. Men’s Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship finals at 5:40pm on ussquash.com/live.