The younger brother of Mohamed Elshorbagy, Marwan is one of only four players to win the junior World Championships twice and has built on his initial promise on the PSA world tour.
Marvan shot to prominence by securing the under-17 British Junior Open and won the under-19 event in 2012. The Egyptian made his World Championship debut at just 17 years of age in 2011 and, after an impressive tournament, made it to the last 16 before being knocked out by then world No.1 James Willstrop
He started 2021 in the perfect way, claiming the Black Ball Open title in his first appearance of the year.
Through the rest of the year, ‘the Jackal’ continued to make it to the latter stages of bigger tournaments, including the last eight at the World Championships, Allam British Open and CIB Egyptian Open, along with making the semi-finals of the Black Ball Open in December. He followed that with a last eight result at the Houston Open, the first event of 2022.
He then made the semis of the Windy City Open, along with quarter final appearances at the Optasia Championships, World Championships and the El Gouna International to round out his 2021-2022 campaign.