KARIM T. HUSSEIN
Karim began his U.S. Squash career at Avon Old Farms School, where he was named All-American in 2014. In 2015, he helped lead his team to win the HEAD U.S. Squash High School Team Squash Championships for the first time in the school's history. Karim continued his squash career at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a top player from 2015-2019, and was named Rookie of the Year in 2016. Karim helped the Penn team climb to #3 in the nation - the highest ranking in the program's history at the time. Since beginning at Corner Squash, he has found success at the 2019 Southampton Open, where he was runner-up. As of October 2020, Karim's Professional Squash Player World Rank is #382.
Ziad grew up playing squash in his hometown of Alexandria, Egypt. On the pro tour, he has successfully represented Egypt five times in the All-Arab Team Squash Championships. Ziad has won four PSA titles, and has been the runner-up at another two. One of his most notable accomplishments was ending the 2019 season as the #1 ranked player in the Men's category in Egypt. He also won the 2019 Universities Championship for individuals. As of August 2020, Ziad's Professional Squash Player World Rank is #263.
Ismail has had a long and successful career as a professional player in both his home country, Egypt, as well as in the U.S. Some of his key accolades are being ranked in Egypt from 2009-2012, winning the Penticton Open in Canada in 2016, and winning the Cityview Challenger in New York in 2017, among many other PSA titles. Ismail has previously served as a coach at FAASP Squash in Stamford, CT, Cityview Racquet Club in New York, and Wady Degla Sporting Club in Cairo, Egypt. In 2017, he became Head Pro at SYS (our Southampton location), where he currently coaches and trains professionally. As of August 2020, Ismail's Professional Squash Player World Rank is #270.