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About Ahmed Barada Ahmed Barada (born 25 April 1977, in Cairo, Egypt) is a former professional squash player from Egypt. He finished runner-up at both the World Open and the Super Series Finals in 1999 (losing in both finals to Peter Nicol). His career-high world ranking was World No. 2, which he reached in December 1998. Barada won the World Junior Open squash title in 1994, as well as 4 British Junior Open titles in 1991-94 (1 under-14, 2 under-16, and 1 under-19). He shot to stardom on the professional circuit in 1996, when he became the first wildcard player ever to reach the final of a Professional Squash Association Super Series event, finishing runner-up at the inaugural Al-Ahram International Championship in Cairo. In 2000, Barada was stabbed by an unknown assailant outside his home in Cairo. Following his recovery from this injury, Barada had a short-lived comeback, before officially announcing his retirement from the game in August 2001. Barada is now a professional singer.

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Egypt Athletes Ranking

Rank Person Name Total
1. Karam Gaber 1243
2. Mark Seif 459
3. Ahmed Barada 234
4. Amr Shabana 187
5. Nahla Ramadan 118
6. M. Ali Rashwan 117
7. Khadr El Touni 71
8. Ramy Ashour 65
9. Mamdouh Farag 6
10. A. Mohamed Ashoush 6

Athletes Ranking

Rank Person Name Total
181. Karim Sadiq 261
182. Muhammad Aamer 269
183. Adhemar F.da Silva 266
183. Lakshmipathy Balaji 254
184. Henrique Mecking 248
185. Ahmed Barada 234
186. Siyar Bahadurzada 234
187. Abdullah bin Mateb 232
188. Massoud Azizi 225
189. Robina Muqimyar 214
189. N. Kaklamanakis 221