Resides Queens, NY
Birthdate July 17, 1986
Hometown New York, NY
National Titles 1
PSA Titles 4
Coach Richard Chin
An experienced member of the PSA...
Resides Boston, MA
Club University Club of Boston
Birthdate June 29, 1993
Hometown Sea Cliff, NY
College Harvard University
National Titles 4
PSA Titles 17
Coach Thiery Lincou
Resides Wilton, Connecticut
Club Chelsea Piers Connecticut
Birthdate January 23,1993
Hometown Brooklyn, NY
National Titles 2
PSA Titles 7
Olivia Blatchford Clyne first rose to prominence at...
Resides Wayne, PA and Bristol, U.K.
Club Merion Cricket Club
Birthdate September 16, 1990
Hometown Bryn Mawr, PA
College Princeton University
National Titles 3
PSA Titles 3
Team USA's Todd Harrity won the fourth and largest PSA title of his career, upsetting top seed Mahesh Mangaonkar in the $20,000 HCL SRFI Indian Tour Chennai Leg 1 final Friday, April 2.
Harrity made a strong start in what was his eleventh career PSA final appearance and first since 2018, taking the first two games 11-9, 11-6. The Indian then mounted a comeback by swiftly winning the third and fourth games 11-7, 11-2.
Amanda Sobhy made history for Team USA by becoming the first American ever to reach the world's top five rankings, ascending to world No. 5 this month following her Black Ball Open final run two weeks ago in Egypt.
Sobhy's achieved her previous career high ranking of world No. 6 in 2016, which she lost in April 2017 following her Achilles rupture. Sobhy returned to the tour as world No. 28 in Jaunary 2018 and...
Todd Harrity has reached his first PSA final in three years and will vie for the biggest title of his career against India's Mahesh Mangaonkar in the $20,000 HCL SRFI Indian Tour final Friday, April 2, in Chennai.
Harrity, world No. 52, entered the tournament as the two seed in what was his fifth PSA appearance since the resumption of the tour in the fall and first on the Challenger Tour level.
The thirty-year-old American reached...
World No. 1 Nour El Sherbini captured her first Black Ball Open title in her third final appearance, topping Team USA's Amanda Sobhy in a four-game final Thursday, March 18, in Cairo, Egypt.
The final marked El Sherbini and Sobhy's second Black Ball Open encounter this season, following December's quarterfinal when Sobhy upset El Sherbini in the Gold edition of the event.
In her third career Platinum final appearance--and first since rupturing her Achilles in 2016--it...
Team USA's Amanda Sobhy is through to her third career PSA Platinum final--and first since rupturing her Achilles four years ago after a Black Ball Open semifinal victory over world No. 10 Salma Hany Wednesday, March 17, in Cairo, Egypt.
Sobhy, world No. 7, entered her seventh career Platinum semifinal with a 2-0 head to head record against Hany, who dispatched U.S. teammate Olivia Blatchford Clyne in the quarterfinals.
The match got off to a competitive...
Team USA's Amanda Sobhy upset world No. 3 Camille Serme in a five game tussle to reach her second consecutive Black Ball Open semifinal Tuesday, March 16, in Cairo, Egypt.
Sobhy, world No. 7, and Serme showcased an enthralling five-game quarterfinal, which included a third game climax where Sobhy saved eight game balls to take the game 15-13.
Serme responded by edging the fourth game 11-9. In the decisive fifth game, Sobhy's shot-making sent her through...