Growing up, Mohamed Sobhy, from Monufia, Egypt, had the dream of becoming an Olympic Athlete. He started playing sports when he was 12 years old. When he moved to Cairo, his journey with wheelchair tennis began. Mohammed explained that he faced many obstacles when he first started playing wheelchair tennis.
“The first challenge was how
Despite the difficulty and challenges of wheelchair tennis, for Mohamed, “tennis was a joy”. It taught him patience, resilience
Today, he is ranked first nationally and one of the best 200 in the world. Mohamed is also training
Egyptian athletes from various backgrounds and capabilities are creating history all over the sports industry. Their stories offer inspiration to young Egyptian athletes.
Posted on February 5th, 2019