Egypt has secured all the medals of the African Table Tennis Championships in the women’s singles competitions.
Al-Ahly player Hana Gouda qualified for the semi-finals of the African Championship, after defeating Farah Abdel Aziz, player of Zamalek, with a score of 4-2 in a match that brought them together in the quarter-finals.
Hana Gouda entered history after crossing the obstacle of Farah Abdel Aziz, where she set a record as the first Egyptian player in the history of table tennis to reach the semi-finals of the women’s singles in Africa while she is still 13 years old, according to Egyptian press reports.
In another match, Egyptian Dina Meshref easily beat Tunisian Maram Zoghlami 4-0
Another Egyptian, Yousra Helmy, qualified for the semi-finals, after beating Fadwa Garcia 4-0.
Egypt continued its dominance of the championship, after Maryam Al-Hodeibi beat Nigerian player Edem Ofong 4-3.
Thus, the text of the final will witness two purely Egyptian matches, where the first will combine Hana Gouda and Dina Musharraf, while Yousra Helmy will meet with Maryam Al-Hodeibi, to guarantee Egypt the gold, silver and bronze medals.