|Birthday:||December 30, 1996|
|1st professional season:||2010|
|Best placement:||29 (July 2020)|
|Last update of the infobox: July 1st, 2020|
|Sources: official player profiles at PSA and Squashinfo (see web links )|
Sabrina Sobhy started her career in 2009 and has so far won five titles on the PSA World Tour . She achieved her best placement in the world rankings with rank 29 in July 2020. With the US national team , she took part in the World Cup in 2012 , 2014 , 2016 and 2018 .
At the Pan American Championships, she won the title with the team in 2013, 2014 and 2018. In 2013 she won the doubles title with Natalie Grainger , and in 2018 she won another title with her sister Amanda . In singles, she also reached the singles final in 2018, which she lost to her sister. In 2019 , she secured the gold medal in doubles and with the team at the Pan American Games in Lima . In 2014 she became the US national champion .
Sobhy is the daughter of former Egyptian international Khaled Sobhy, who also acts as her coach. In 2015 she began studying psychology at Harvard College , for which she is also active in college squash.
- Vice Pan American Champion : 2018
- Pan American champions with the team: 3 titles (2013, 2014, 2018)
- Pan American champions in doubles: 2013 (with Natalie Grainger ), 2018 (with Amanda Sobhy )
- Won PSA -Titel: 5
- Pan American Games : 2 × gold (doubles and team 2019)
- American champion : 2014
- Sabrina Sobhy. In: gocrimson.com. Harvard Atletics, accessed January 21, 2018 .
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American squash player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 30, 1996|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||New York , United States|