Tournaments (2018-2019 Season)

The British Open

Hull, England

May 19, 2019

The Allam British Open is the oldest and most established tournament on the PSA World Tour calendar and has seen some of the greatest players of all time battle it out to lift the trophy. Second only to the PSA World Championships in prestige, the British Open began in 1929 and returns to Hull for a seventh year.

Manchester Open

Manchester, England

May 08, 2019

The inaugural Manchester Open gets under way on Wednesday when a world-class draw, featuring seven of the world’s top 10 female players will line up to battle it out for the PSA World Tour Silver title between May 9-13.The Manchester Open – a women’s only tournament – will see players compete for the inaugural trophy and a $76,000 prize fund at Manchester’s National Squash Centre this week.The tournament is supported by Manchester City Council and follows the successful staging of the award-winning AJ Bell PSA World Championships in the city in December 2017, where equal prize money was on offer across both the men’s and women’s events for the first time in the tournament’s history.

El Gouna International 2019

El Gouna, Egypt

April 17, 2019

The El Gouna International returns to Egypt’s Red Sea for an eighth edition in April, once again as a PSA Platinum event featuring men’s and women’s events offering equal prize money, $165,000 in each event.

THE RACQUET CLUB PRO-SERIES

St. Louis, MI

April 03, 2019

J WARREN YOUNG MEMORIAL TEXAS OPEN

Dallas, Texas

March 26, 2019

The Texas Open hosted alternately between Dallas & Houston, is the 2nd oldest running women's pro squash tournament in the US.

The 2019 J Warren Young Memorial Texas Open is in memory of our dear friend and colleague, Warren, who has served the DFW squash community over the last  35+ years as a friend, ambassador, nationally ranked squash player, and an example for all on what sportsmanship means in our sport. 

2018-2019 PSA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS PRESENTED BY THE WALTER FAMILY

Chicago, IL USA

January 23, 2019

The PSA World Championships is the most prestigious tournament in professional squash and will take place in Chicago for the first time between February 23 – March 2, 2019, inside the magnificent Union Station.

128 of the world’s best squash players will descend on Chicago during a high-intensity week of action as they battle for the honour of becoming World Champion, while the stakes are higher than ever before with a record $1 million prize split equally between the men’s and women’s events.

Bhal and Gaynor Cincinnati Cup

Cincinnati, OH

February 06, 2019

Cleveland Classic

Cleveland, OH

January 31, 2019

Tournament Of Champions

New York City

January 18, 2019

The 2019 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions returns to Grand Central Terminal for the 22nd consecutive year as the second richest event on the PSA World Tour with a combined purse of $357,500—the highest prize money in tournament history—held across an expanded nine days of match play, January 16-24, in New York City.

Hong Kong Open

Hong Kong, China

November 19, 2018

Title sponsored by Everbright Sun Hung Kai and presented by Hong Kong Squash the “Hong Kong Squash Open 2018”, as one of the highly anticipated sporting extravaganzas in the world, will be performed at Hong Kong Squash Centre and Hong Kong Park Sports Centre from 19 to 25 November 2018.

Carol Weymuller

Brooklyn, USA

October 17, 2018

My favorite event of the season! Nothing beats playing in front of a home crowd at the club you grew up in!

US Open

Pilidelphia, USA

October 06, 2018

The U.S. Open is the most prestigious squash tournament in the United States and one of the most significant in the world. It is a major international display of supreme talent in squash, showcasing the top players from around the world, and bringing fanatical visitors from across the globe to witness elite competition. The event is a part of the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour.  It is especially unique as it is one of only a few combined Platinum (previously World Series) stops for both Men and Women.

Nash Cup

London, Ontario Canada

September 18, 2018

The NASH Cup began in as an amateur event in 2003 under the name “NASHionals” drawing 50-70 players in its early years. In 2008 the decision was made to add a professional draw to the event with a $5,000 purse. At that time The London Squash & Fitness Club (LSFC) had a long history of hosting exhibition matches, but had never attempted a sanctioned PSA tournament. The effort has been a tremendous success for both LSFC and the region’s squash community.  The 2017 field included 13 of the top 100 men in the world & 14 of the top 100 women. The 2018 event will feature a Challenger 10 Men’s draw and Challenger 20 Women’s draw.

 

Pan American Games

Cayman Islands

August 26, 2018

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