The new world champion in the team competition in men's squash team became Egypt. Favorite event Britain and Egypt met again in the finals, to play the winner of the title.
On the courts Salle Vallier in Marseille, Egyptians returned to the title of champion of the world of squash, which they lost to the British in Mulhouse exactly 4 years ago, also in France.
With regard to the English, that this championship was for them 9 in a row since 1983 of the year, where the team reached the finals. It is worth noting, that part of the English team in 2017 , one of the most powerful – It was attended by 3 Player with more than 300 international titles in the general piggy bank. This is probably the most experienced team, ever represented the country in the past 50 s tournament!
in front of, the Egyptian team from 4 People had only one player, who has ever competed in the championship before. Nevertheless, skvoshistov three of the team at this time holds the top 5 in the top five of the world!
In the final,, the current holder of the title, Britain introduced the 37-year-old, three-time world champion, 6 the racket of the world ranking – Nika Metyu, appearing at the event 7 diff with 2003 at opponents 26- year, 4 in the world rankings Karimu Aʙdelь Gavad, championship debutant.
At the end of Matthew was obviously not a player, who beat Australian, number one Ryan Kaskelli Only for 24 hours before. The Englishman was forced to make a three-minute "break makes it possible for a long-standing injury" midway in the second game. After only 34 minutes, Egyptians took the lead, approving the victory with a score of (11-9, 11-3, 11-7).
room 2 world ranking Ali Farag also he made his debut in the final – while English opponent James Uillstrop not only celebrated its 5 succession battle at the World Cup with 2003 of the year, but also its 156th title. 34-summer Uillstrop, He did his best, to keep his 24-year-old opponent at bay, – but Farag was obviously in shock, and through 36 minutes later he score (11-5, 11-9, 11-5) I reached triumph.
Success in Marseille means, that Egypt now has all the male and female, Masters and Juniors, team and individual titles WSF and PSA – EXCEPT the title of world champion among juniors!
 EGYPT VS  ENGLAND 2:0
Karim Abdel Gawad VS Nick Matthew 11-9, 11-3, 11-7 (34 t)
Ali Farag VS James Uillstrop 11-5, 11-9, 11-5 (36 t)
bronze medalists:  AUSTRALIA VS  Hong Kong China
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