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As a junior, Amanda became the first U.S. player to win a world junior title, and the first sixteen-year-old to win four professional titles. Following her junior career, Sobhy attended Harvard where she earned a degree in Anthropology upon graduating in 2015. Amanda achieved a remarkable 62-0 undefeated college career, including three team titles and becoming just the third player in history to win four college individual titles.
Amanda is the first U.S.-born male or female to reach the world’s top ten rankings, which she cracked in 2015. Sobhy has spent forty-six consecutive months in the world’s top ten since 2019 and reached a career high of world No. 3 in 2021. She has captured nineteen titles on the PSA Tour, and has won five U.S. Women’s Championship titles. Amanda has been supported by the US Squash Elite Athlete Program since 2015.
Amanda has represented Team USA in three Pan American Championships, two Pan American Games and five World Team Championships. At the 2015 Pan American Games, Amanda became the first squash athlete to win three gold medals in the same year: women’s singles, women’s doubles with Natalie Grainger and women’s team with Grainger and Olivia Blatchford. Sobhy then repeated her historic triple gold medal performance at the 2019 Pan American Games in Peru.
Sobhy led Team USA to its all time best finish of second place at the 2022 Women’s World Team Championship.