Mostafa Asal and Nour El Sherbini won the season-ending PSA World Tour Finals titles in Cairo ©PSA World Tour

Egyptian duo Nour El Sherbini and Mostafa Asal claimed the women’s and men’s titles at the season-ending Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour Finals in Cairo.

The women’s final pitted together the top two players in the world, in El Sherbini and world number one and compatriot Nouran Gohar.

It was a repeat of the women’s final at last month’s World Championship, and once again El Sherbini was victorious, triumphing 11-6, 11-5, 11-8.

El Sherbini had been playing with an ankle injury during the World Tour Finals, but still completed a straight games win over the defending champion in the final.

After the match El Sherbini said: "I’m really happy with my performance, I think this was my best performance of the whole season, so I'm glad I'm ending on a win."

The men’s final at the Mall of Arabia pitted fourth seed Asal against second seed Paul Coll of New Zealand, with Coll becoming the first player from outside Egypt to reach the men’s final at the season finale since 2017.

In a repeat of the El Gouna International final, Asal claimed an impressive 13-11, 11-8, 11-7 win in 76 minutes.

The Egyptian produced the quality required to edge the crucial points of a hard-fought contest, which included a 40 minute opening game, on his way to his third PSA title of the season.

After the match Asal said: "It's unbelievable for me, having two trophies for the same tournament and defending my title is unreal."