Hi-Tec is proud to support Amr Shabana (also known as the prince of Cairo), professional squash player from Egypt and the first Egyptian World number 1.

Shabana has been playing squash professionally since 1995 when he was only 16 years old! He has won numerous titles and championships since then and in April 2006 he was ranked as the ASP World number 1 squash player. In September 2009 he was ranked as the senior World number 3.

Shabana continues to make waves in the squash world.

Professional squash player from Egypt, Amr Shabana was born on July 29, 1979 in Cairo, Egypt, and internationally he represents Egypt in squash tournaments. From the beginning he has been very much interested in squash. His marital status is married and he stands 5 and 7 inches tall, and his weight is about 73 kgs.

He lives in Giza, Egypt. Spending some years in youth career and professional training, finally Shabana started to play the professionally in 1995, and as of September 2009, he was ranked World No. 3 in senior professional squash ranking and his highest ranking is 1 ( Apr 2006 ).

In national squash ranking of Egypt he is ranked at No. 2. On the points table, Shabana had 7350 points as in September 2009 having played in several tournaments including Cimb Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2009, Hurghada International 2009, Iss Canary Wharf Squash Classic 2009, Davenport North American Open 2009 and J.p. Morgan Tournament Of Champions 2009.

Shabana says that his main interests are family and he spent a lot of time apart from playing and practicing squash. When asked about his aim in the upcoming season he replied "winning world open."

1993: First showed his promise when he was runner-up (to compatriot Ahmed Faizy) in the British U14 Open in January

1999: Shabana won his first Tour title by when he won the Puebla Open in Mexico. Seven days later he won his second Tour title when he defeated Craig Rowland in the final of the Mexico Open.

2006: Ranked as the ASP World number 1 squash player

2007: he was crowned world champion for the third time in five years at the World Open

2009: Ranked as the senior World number 3

2011: Shabana triumph in the US open.

2012: Shabana defeated Gregory Gaultier in the final of the World Series finals.

2007: Shabana was crowned world champion for the third time in five years at the World Open in Bermuda and later in January 2009, Shabana's 33-month reign as World No. 1 was ended by his countryman Karim Darwish.

2014: Shabana became the oldest professional to win a World Series title by defeating Gregory Gaultier in the finals of Tournament of Champions.