Egypt's Mohamed Elshorbagy beat younger brother Marwan to reach the men's final at the PSA Hong Kong Open ©PSA

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) Hong Kong Open will feature two all-Egyptian finals for the first time in its 32-year history after Mohamed Elshorbagy, Ali Farag, Nour El Sherbini and Raneem El Welily all claimed wins today.

The tournament becomes the third PSA World Series event of the season to host all-Egyptian finals, with the US Open and Qatar Classic also seeing players from the country dominate.

Two-time champion Elshorbagy beat younger brother Marwan 13-11, 11-5, 12-10 to reach a sixth successive PSA World Tour final.

Standing between him and top honours is Farag, who defeated world champion and compatriot Karim Abdel Gawad 11-8, 11-9, 6-11, 11-7 at the Hong Kong Park Sports Centre.

The men’s final will be a repeat of that at last month's US Open, where Farag lifted a maiden PSA World Series title.

"It was far from easy today - he [Gawad] has won most of our matches," Farag said.

"To get the win against him today is such a pleasure.

"He’s very talented, so tough to read, but I always enjoy playing him because it’s always a fair match.

"I hope we keep playing a lot of matches with each other in the future.

"In the last three tournaments, me and Mohamed have either won the tournament or lost to each other.

"I really enjoy our battles.

"The last two times he beat me, the time before that I won, so hopefully it’s going to be a great match for the crowd and for us as well.”

Two-time runner-up Raneem El Welily is through to the women's final ©PSA
Two-time runner-up Raneem El Welily is through to the women's final ©PSA

The first-ever all-Egyptian women’s final at the Hong Kong Open will be a repeat of April’s PSA World Championship as El Sherbini and El Welily battle for their first World Series title of the season.

El Sherbini came from behind today to beat 2015 runner-up Laura Massaro of England 11-7, 5-11, 5-11, 11-8, 11-3.

"Playing Laura is very hard, and in the middle of the match, I thought that I just needed to give it everything," El Sherbini said.

"I’m feeling good, it’s only my second time here in Hong Kong.

"I’m happy with the way I’m playing and hopefully I can keep on going tomorrow."

Two-time runner-up El Welily, meanwhile, overcame world number three Camille Serme of France 5-11, 11-7, 11-6, 6-11, 11-6.

Victory means she reaches her second PSA World Series final of the season after she lost out to fellow countrywoman Nour El Tayeb in the US Open title match.

"I started slowly today, I felt flat and mentally wasn’t prepared," El Welily said.

"I didn’t think I had anything left in the tank, but in the second my coach gave me the push I needed, my husband [men’s world number seven Tarek Momen] too.

"I’m very happy to be through, to be in the final is amazing.

"It was a great match today against Camille, she played really well."

The finals are due to take place tomorrow.