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PSA Dubai World Series Finals live streaming guide: Elite of the game descend on Dubai Opera

Brendan O'Neill in Squash 31 May 2017

The season-ending PSA Dubai World Series Finals will see 16 of the world’s best squash players descend on Dubai Opera from June 6-10 to compete for one of the sport’s most sought after titles.

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PSA Dubai World Series Finals Preview

This season's event is a mouth-watering prospect with 10 current and former World No. 1's set to compete for the $160,000 prize money on offer in both the Men's and Women's tournaments.Laura Massaro (R) of Great Britian plays a backhand to Nour El Sherbini of Egypt (Photo by MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images)6x5x4x3x

The top eight players on the Road To Dubai Standings qualified for berth at the tournament and it was Egyptian World Champion Karim Abdel Gawad who topped the bill on the men's side after finishing ahead of the field following a breakthrough season that saw him triumph at the Qatar Classic and Tournament of Champions as well as qualifying for the final of the Hong Kong Open and El Gouna International. 

He overtook defending World Series Finals champion Gregory Gaultier of France at the top of the standings on May 1, who is followed by former World No.1 Mohamed Elshorbagy in third and World Series Finals debutant Marwan Elshorbagy in fourth.

English pair Nick Matthew and James Willstrop make up the fifth and sixth seeds respectively, while Germany’s Simon Rösner and Ramy Ashour complete the top eight.

Frenchwoman Camille Serme, who won the U.S. Open and Tournament of Champions, topped the women’s standings.

Two-time World Champion Nour El Sherbini took second spot ahead of reigning PSA Dubai World Series Finals champion Laura Massaro in third. 

Fellow English woman and seventh placed finisher Sarah-Jane Perry will be making her debut at the tournament.

Raneem El Welily, Nouran Gohar, eight-time World Champion Nicol David and Alison Waters, who is an injury replacement for Amanda Sobhy, complete the qualifiers.

The eight players in each division will make up two groups of four, with a round-robin play determining the semi-finalists. Each player faces at least three matches, and the top two finishers in each group progress to the next phase of the tournament.

In the men's tournament, Group A consists of Karim Abdel Gawad, Marwan ElShorbagy, Nick Matthew and Simon Rosner. Group B is made up of Gregory Gaultier, Mohamed ElShorbagy, James Willstrop and Ramy Ashour.

Group A of the women's tournament will see Camille Serme, Raneem Elwelily, Nouran Gohar and Alison Waters face off. Group B, meanwhile, will pit Nour El Sherbini, Laura Massaro, Nicol David and Sarah Jane-Perry against one another.

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