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Netsuite Open 2022
Men's Draw
30 Sep  - 04 OCT
San Fransisco, USA, $121k

ROUND TWO
01 OCT
QUARTERS
02 OCT
SEMIS
03 OCT
FINAL
04 OCT
[1] Diego Elias (PER)
11-2, 11-6 (21m)
[9/16] Faraz Khan (USA)

Diego Elias

11-8, 11-4 (24m)
Aly Abou Eleinen
 
Diego Elias
13-11, 7-11, 11-7 (40m)
Marwan Elshorbagy
Marwan Elshorbagy
6-11, 11-9, 11-2, 11-8 (58m)
Mohamed Elshorbagy
Aly Abou Eleinen (EGY)
11-8, 7-11, 14-12 (72m)
[7] Youssef Soliman (EGY)
[6] Miguel Rodriguez (COL)
13-11, 11-7 (34m)
Nick Wall (ENG)

Miguel Rodriguez
8-11, 11-9, 11-6 (49m)
Marwan Elshorbagy
 
[4] Marwan Elshorbagy (EGY)
11-3, 11-9 (18m)
[9/16] Cesar Salazar (MEX)
[3] Mazen Hesham (EGY)
8-11, 11-7, 11-9 (35m)
[9/16] Ramit Tandon (IND)

Mazen Hesham
11-9, 8-11, 11-7 (45m)
Shahjahan Khan
 
Mazen Hesham
11-8, 8-11, 11-5 (40m)
Mohamed Elshorbagy
[8] Shahjahan Khan (USA)
9-11, 11-7, 11-7 (44m)
[9/16] Lucas Serme (FRA)
[5] Saurav Ghosal (IND)
11-6, 13-15, 11-3 (57m)
[9/16] George Parker (ENG)

Saurav Ghosal
11-6, 11-6 (34m)
Mohamed Elshorbagy
 
[9/16] Mahesh Mangaonkar (IND)
11-9, 11-6 (26m)
[2] Mohamed Elshorbagy (ENG)

ROUND ONE

[1] Diego Elias (PER) bye
[9/16] Faraz Khan (USA) bt Henry Leung (HKG) 11-7, 11-8 (36m)
Aly Abou Eleinen (EGY) bt [9/16] Abdulla Al-Tamimi (QAT) 11-8, 11-8 (25m)
[7] Youssef Soliman (EGY) bye
[6] Miguel Rodriguez (COL) bye
Nick Wall (ENG) bt [9/16] Tayyab Aslam (PAK) 11-3, 11-4 (14m)
[9/16] Cesar Salazar (MEX) bt Martin Svec (CZE) 11-6, 11-3 (18m)
[4] Marwan Elshorbagy (EGY) bye
[3] Mazen Hesham (EGY) bye
[9/16] Ramit Tandon (IND) bt Juan Camilo Vargas (COL) 11-5, 11-2 (20m)
[9/16] Lucas Serme (FRA) bt David Baillargeon (CAN) 11-9, 11-6 (27m)
[8] Shahjahan Khan (USA) bye
[5] Saurav Ghosal (IND) bye
[9/16] George Parker (ENG) bt Rui Soares (POR) 11-3, 15-13 (35m)
[9/16] Mahesh Mangaonkar (IND) bt [WC] Zane Patel (USA) 11-8, 11-6 (23m)
[2] Mohamed Elshorbagy (ENG) bye

Netsuite Open 2022
Women's Draw
30 Sep  - 04 OCT
San Fransisco, USA, $121k

ROUND TWO
01 OCT
QUARTERS
02 OCT
SEMIS
03 OCT
FINAL
04 OCT

[1] Amanda Sobhy (USA)
11-8, 11-1 (15m)
[9/16] Sana Ibrahim (EGY)

Amanda Sobhy
11-5, 14-12 (19m)
Chan Sin Yuk
Amanda Sobhy
11-9, 11-9 (22m)
Hollie Naughton
Amanda Sobhy
9-11, 11-5, 11-3, 11-7 (41m)
Farida Mohamed
[9/16] Chan Sin Yuk (HKG)
11-5, 11-7 (15m)
[6] Olivia Clyne (USA)
[7] Hana Ramadan (EGY)
11-7, 11-0 (15m)
Emilia Soini (FIN)

Hollie Naughton
11-8, 11-8 (20m)
Hana Ramadan
 
[4] Hollie Naughton (CAN)
11-4, 7-11, 11-9 (26m)
[9/16] Rachel Arnold (MAS)
[3] Farida Mohamed (EGY)
12-10, 11-9 (23m)
Lucy Beecroft (ENG)

 Farida Mohamed
11-8, 11-4 (19m)
 Lisa Aitken

 
Farida Mohamed
11-6, 10-12, 11-9 (35m)
Joelle King
[8] Lisa Aitken (SCO)
11-3, 6-11, 11-7 (33m)
Marie Stéphan (FRA)
[5] Sabrina Sobhy (USA)
12-10, 11-4 (20m)
[9/16] Zeina Zein (EGY)

Sabrina Sobhy
11-5, 11-8 (19m)
Joelle King 

 
[9/16] Tomato Ho (HKG)
12-10, 11-6 (23m)
[2] Joelle King (NZL)

ROUND ONE

[1] Amanda Sobhy (USA) bye
[9/16] Sana Ibrahim (EGY) bt Tsz-Wing Tong (HKG) 11-6, 11-7 (21m)
[9/16] Chan Sin Yuk (HKG) bt [WC] Riya Navani (USA) 11-7, 11-2 (16m)
[6] Olivia Clyne (USA) bye
[7] Hana Ramadan (EGY) bye
Emilia Soini (FIN) bt [9/16] Anna Serme (CZE) 11-8, 11-4 (18m)
[9/16] Rachel Arnold (MAS) bt Cristina Gomez (ESP) 11-4, 11-7 (15m)
[4] Hollie Naughton (CAN) bye
[3] Farida Mohamed (EGY) bye
Lucy Beecroft (ENG) bt [9/16] Énora Villard (FRA) 11-3, 10-12, 11-5 (31m)
Marie Stéphan (FRA) bt [9/16] Nicole Bunyan (CAN) 11-5, 11-6 (20m)
[8] Lisa Aitken (SCO) bye
[5] Sabrina Sobhy (USA) bye
[9/16] Zeina Zein (EGY) bt Millie Tomlinson (ENG) 12-10, 11-7 (23m)
[9/16] Tomato Ho (HKG) bt Ka Yi Lee (HKG) 8-11, 11-7, 11-4 (32m)
[2] Joelle King (NZL) bye

REPORTS

Amanda Sobhy & Mohamed ElShorbagy Both Claim Third Oracle NetSuite Open Titles



USA’s Amanda Sobhy and England’s Mohamed ElShorbagy have both claimed their third Oracle NetSuite Open titles in San Francisco after beating Egyptian duo Farida Mohamed and Marwan ElShorbagy in tough four games battles.

The women’s final opened the play on finals night as No.1 seed Amanda Sobhy took on surprise finalist Farida Mohamed to defend her Oracle Netsuite Open title in front of a packed crowd at Pier 70, San Francisco.

The pair had met twice previously on the PSA World Tour with the American taking both encounters 3-0, the latest of which being at the J.P Morgan Tournament of Champions in May. Sobhy took control of the opening game and lead 8-5, hitting hard to the back corners and finishing loose returns superbly. Mohamed found her way back into the game however and fired off several winners to storm into the lead and take the opening game 11-9.

Sobhy didn’t panic however and used her experience to stick to her game plan and started to dominate proceedings once more. By finding terrific length and working Mohamed into all four corners, the World No.4 took the next two games 11-3, 11-5 to lead 2-1 and place one hand on the trophy.

The No.1 seed’s momentum continued as her relentless hitting was constantly troubling her younger opponent in all areas of the court. Mohamed tried her best to contain the pressure of Sobhy but struggled to lift under pressure which only gave more chances to Sobhy. The defending champion sealed the fourth game 11-7 to successfully defend her title and claim her third Oracle NetSuite Open win.


Amanda Sobhy celebrates her win

She had this to say after her win:

“I’m relieved, I’m happy, I’m ready to take a 12-hour sleep. But you know, I’m just over the moon to win three times. San Fran is my lucky place, I love this tournament, I love you guys

“I love playing in front of a home crowd. This tournament has always been good to me, I’ve been coming here since 2015. Even though it’s a lot of travelling it’s really fun to perform in front of you guys and the atmosphere is incredible. I only get to come here to San Francisco once a year and to win a third title is amazing.

“I was a bit nervous throughout it all, I hope I didn’t show it too much. Even though I lost the first game I played the right tactics and she just slotted some amazing shots and that’s what she’s capable of. But you know, a few amazing shots can turn into some aggressive tins so I had to brush it off and stick to my positive game plan. I thought we played a really good match today and I wish her all the best in her college squash season.”

The men’s final was a special occurrence as brothers Mohamed and Marwan ElShorbagy went head to head for the Silver event title. The brothers have previously played 19 times on the PSA tour with Mohamed holding a positive 14-5 lead over his younger brother, the most notable win coming in the 2017 PSA World Championships final in Manchester.

Marwan started the better of the two, catching his older brother slightly off guard, and firing off quick winners to take a commanding lead. He eventually took the opening game 11-6 and looked sharp and focused heading into game two.

Mohamed has already captured a Platinum event title this season, convincingly winning the Qatar Classic last month in Doha. That form was showcased in the following game, cutting the ball severely into the front corners and testing the movement of Marwan. After securing the game 11-9, Mohamed stormed to a 5-0 lead in the third and wasted no time taking a 2-1 lead by winning 11-2.

The former World No.1 looked to be in a league of his own in the fourth game and really started to turn the screw against his brother, who was trying his best to stay in the match. Marwan is renowned for his fighting abilities and used his smart brand of squash to take a 7-6 lead in the crucial fourth game to give himself a lifeline in the match. Mohamed responded again however and moved from strength to strength to take five of the next six points and close out the match 11-8 to score his third Netsuite Open title and second title of the new season.


The ElShorbagy brothers embrace

“I think we both give something very special to the sport,” said Mohamed after his win.

“It’s very unique to have two brothers playing against each other. I think everyone loves watching us battle it out on court, I’m not sure that we both love it too much but I think we made our parents proud today. We played a high-quality match.

“My brother didn’t play well last season and to see him playing well again this season and to see hi playing that well again means a lot to me. I’m very thankful to his team and Rodney Martin for getting him back to this and for giving him another life. It’s only the start of the season but he’s already made two finals and I’m sure we will see him in more this season.

“I would like to thank John [Nimick] and his team, his tournaments are always special. All the players always feel so welcome from him and his team and that’s why we always get great crowds every year, because of his efforts. I already can’t wait to be at his next event in three months’ time in New York at the Tournament of Champions.

“I’d like to thank my fitness coach back in Birmingham. Gregory Gaultier, he has done an incredible job with me. I’m very grateful to him for helping me win two of my first three events of the season. England Squash, I’m very grateful for their support, they believed in me when no one else did and I’m so grateful for that. I’d also like to thank Evan [Goldberg], for sponsoring the event. To have someone like you sponsoring the event means so much to the players and we’re very lucky to have you in our sport.”

PSA World Tour attention now turns to the prestigious US Open, taking place from The Arlen Specter Center in Philadelphia from October 8th – 15th. The PSA World Tour Platinum event will feature the world’s best players as they battle it out for the title.
 
Home Favourite Sobhy Leads Top Seeds Through To Oracle NetSuite Open Semis



USA No.1 and World No.4 Amanda Sobhy was one of eight top seeds who progressed through to the Oracle NetSuite Open semi-finals on day three in San Francisco as she defeated surprise quarter finalist Chan Sin Yuk in a difficult two-game encounter.

The women’s top seed took a comfortable opening game 11-5 after finding her length early in the game and pinning Chan deep in the back corners to give her no opportunity to attack. The Hong Kong No.2 was on a 10-match unbeaten streak on the PSA Tour and found that form in the following game to trouble Sobhy in the front corners. Chan’s fearless approach in the second game earned her two game balls to equalise but Sobhy’s experience came through to take the match and reach the semis to keep her title defence alive.

Sobhy had this to say after her win:

“I just tried to play my strong, basic game and I knew that she was deadly from the middle and so if I could get my length and put her under a fast pace then hopefully that would do the trick. But she hung in really well and she’s definitely one to look out for.

“She kind of reminds me of myself when I was younger. I think our styles are quite similar, I was very attacking from the middle and we love to take it short and play attacking squash. She was gutsy and she really made me work for it so I respect the fact that she came out here and played fearlessly.”

Sobhy’s semi-final opponent will be Canada’s Hollie Naughton who produced a strong performance to overcome dangerous Egyptian Hana Ramadan. Naughton, who comes into this season full of confidence, after her Silver medal at the Commonwealth Games gave Ramadan no opportunity to attack in the match and used her superior accuracy to score a 2-0 win.

The other women’s semi-final match will be played between the No.2 and three seeds Joelle King and Farida Mohamed as they confidently beat USA’s Sabrina Sobhy and Scotland’s Lisa Aitken respectively. King was the first player to reach the final four in today’s action and wasted no time in despatching the younger Sobhy sister, Sabrina in straight games. King dominated from the outset and looked sharp in every aspect to win
2-0.


Joelle King & Sabrina Sobhy

Egypt’s Farida Mohamed was just as clinical, as she made light work of Scottish No.1 Lisa Aitken to reach the semi-finals. Mohamed’s aggressive style of play has catapulted her up the PSA rankings in recent years and she shows no signs of slowing down. Mohamed constantly asked questions of Aitken in all areas of the court and needed just 19 minutes to secure the victory.

The men’s matches were also full of quality on day three In San Francisco with the match of the day coming from No.4 seed Marwan ElShorbagy and former British Open Champion Miguel Rodriguez. The Colombian trailed for the majority of the opening game but managed to string several winners together at the back end of the game to take an important 1-0 lead in the final match of the evening.


Marwan ElShorbagy celebrates his win

ElShorbagy, who is renowned for his intelligent style of play, fought back however and used his court craft and accurate straight line hitting to restrict Rodriguez. The World No.9 started to put some serious work into the legs of the Colombian and even the outrageous acrobatic abilities of Rodriguez weren’t enough to deny the No.4 seed a place in the final four. ElShorbagy had this to say about his win and upcoming match.

“It was very tough. Miguel is a great player and has had a great start to the season, beating the World No.1 in Doha so I knew how tricky he was going to be. I thought in the first game I played quite fast which didn’t work out too well for me so I tried to straighten up which worked better as I felt more in control. I felt my hitting was good but it was mostly in the mind today, I’m glad I didn’t lose my focus from the second game and just glad I could get the win.

“We just played last week in Egypt and Diego [Elias] is a great player and one that I really enjoy watching and tomorrow in the best of three will be tough because in this format you always feel in survival mode. But I hope it will be a good one for the crowd.”

No.1 seed Diego Elias displayed his trademark casual style in his match with giant killer Aly Abou Eleinen to progress to the semi-finals. The Peruvian didn’t have it all his own way however and was pushed hard at times by the Egyptian who had nothing to lose in the encounter after beating two higher ranked players (Al Tamimi & Soliman) in the previous two rounds. But Elias was simply too good and won 2-0 in 24 minutes.

Earlier in the day, England’s Mohamed ElShorbagy recorded an eleventh consecutive victory over India’s Saurav Ghosal to move into his fifth Oracle NetSuite Open semi-final. ‘The Beast’ lived up to his name throughout the entire match as his intensity and aggression reached new levels as he pulverised the ball to the back corners to dominate the middle of the court at all costs. Ghosal struggled to impose his accurate, delicate game on the match and lost both games 11-6 in 34 minutes.

Mazen Hesham will be ElShorbagy’s opponent in the semi-finals, after he came through a tricky encounter with USA No.1 Shahjahan Khan on the all-glass court at Pier 70 in San Francisco. Hesham’s erratic style of play was troubling the American at first with the lack of rhythm working in the Egyptian’s favour. After losing the first game, Khan came back fighting and with the help of the home crowd secured the second game to force an exciting decider.

The final game was neck and neck up until 7-7, but some uncharacteristic errors from Khan, partnered with two refereeing decisions not going his way gave Hesham the following four points to earn him a spot in his first NetSuite Open semi-final.

All of the semi-final action from the Oracle NetSuite Open will be played on the all-glass court at Pier 70, San Francisco starting at 17:30 (GMT-7) and will be shown live on SQUASHTV.

For more information on the event, visit the tournament  website or follow PSA Events on Twitter or Facebook, InstagramYouTube, TikTok and SQUASHTV.
 
Sin Yuk & Eleinen Claim Big Wins To Gatecrash Oracle NetSuite Open 2022 Quarter Finals


Chan Sin Yuk

Hong Kong’s Chan Sin Yuk and Egypt’s Aly Abou Eleinen scored the only upsets in round two of the Oracle NetSuite Open 2022 to gatecrash the PSA World Tour Silver event quarter finals, beating Olivia Clyne and Youssef Soliman respectively.

World No.36 Chan Sin Yuk has been in impressive form heading into this week’s event, winning her previous two events in Australia in convincing fashion. After defeating wildcard Riya Navani in round one, Sin Yuk continued her fine form as she came up against USA’s Olivia Clyne for a place in the last eight. Sin Yuk wasted no time in taking the ball short as she dominated the middle of the court and forced Clyne into several tough movements in the front corners.

Clyne tried her best to get into the match but the accuracy of her younger opponent was simply too good. After just 15 minutes, the 20-year-old secured her place in the biggest quarter final of her career, winning 11-5, 11-7. She had this to say after her win:

“This is the first time I’ve made it through to a PSA Silver event quarter final so that’s really big for me and I’m really pleased with this result. I’ll play either Amanda [Sobhy] or Sana [Ibrahim] tomorrow but I always watched Amanda on SQUASHTV and I love watching her play so I’m hoping I get to play her.”

Sin Yuk’s hopes came true later in the evening as No.1 seed Amanda Sobhy secured her place in the quarter finals after a confident 2-0 win over Egypt’s Sana Ibrahim. Earlier in the day, No.2 seed Joelle King booked her place in the final four as she beat Hong Kong’s Tomato Ho in straight games to progress. King’s opponent will be USA’s Sabrina Sobhy, who overcame talented Egyptian Zeina Mickawy in a 20-minute 2-0 to move into her first Silver event quarter final.

The top four men’s seeds all advanced on the all-glass court at Pier 70 in San Francisco in different styles. No.3 seed, Mazen Hesham, was first to book his place in the last eight as he overcame India’s Ramit Tandon in a hard-fought three games with errors from Tandon at a crucial time in the third game heavily aiding the Egyptian. Both ElShorbagy brothers [Mohamed and Marwan] recorded business-like straight sets victories over Mahesh Mangaonkar and Cesar Salazar, respectively, whilst top seed Diego Elias was in sumptuous form as he cruised to victory over USA’s Faraz Khan.


Marwan ElShorbagy in action

The play was again spread across different venues in round two with matches taking place at the University Club, Olympic Club and Squash Zone Club in the afternoon. Egypt’s Aly Abou Eleinen scored an upset in round one beating Qatar’s Abdulla Mohd Al Tamimi and continued his run in the event by taking out compatriot and No.7 seed Youssef Soliman in a mammoth three-set match at the Olympic Club to reach the quarter finals.

Eleinen took the first game, which have been described by players as crucial in the best of three format, by hitting his targets accurately to the back of the court to set up attacking opportunities. Soliman responded in the second to equalise and after a scrappy third game, it was Eleinen who kept his concentration best to close out a nail-biting third game 14-12.


“It feels amazing,” said Eleinen.

“I had ten good days of training before this tournament to prepare and coming into a silver event, I didn’t feel any pressure, Its on the more experienced guys. I just wanted to enjoy my squash and give it my best.

“I’ve actually played both Al Tamimi and Soliman before and against Soliman, I lost a close 80-minute match and this time I just wanted to give it my best. Given the best of three, I had to warm up well to give myself the best chance. At 12-12 in the third game, I had to just try and stay tough and control the controllables. Being in the quarter finals of a Silver event is massive for me and regardless of who I play, just want to enjoy the moment and give it my all.”

Over at the University Club, Canada’s Hollie Naughton had to dig deep to overcome in form Malaysian Rachel Arnold to progress to the last eight, winning 11-9 in the third game. The pair had played twice before on the PSA World Tour with Arnold winning the most recent encounter back in February this year. Naughton was sharp from the outset and by mixing the pace, pinned Arnold in the back corners and attacked intelligently to take the opening game 11-4. Despite the Malaysian equalising, Naughton was able to maintain her focus and play the big points well to take the final game 11-9 and advance.

Just two matches took place at the Squash Zone Club in Redwood City, with both seeded players progressing to the next round. India’s Saurav Ghosal overcame England’s George Parker in a three-set encounter just shy of the hour mark. Whilst Scotland’s Lisa Aitken needed all three games to defeat France’s Marie Stephan to advance to the quart finals.

All of the quarter final action from the Oracle NetSuite Open will be played on the all-glass court at Pier 70, starting again at 12:00 (GMT-7) and will be shown live on SQUASHTV.

For more information on the event, visit the tournament  website or follow PSA Events on Twitter or Facebook, InstagramYouTube, TikTok and SQUASHTV.
 
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World No.18 Nicolas Mueller Withdraws From Upcoming Oracle NetSuite Open

Nicolas Mueller

World No.18 and Swiss No.1 Nicolas Mueller has unfortunately been forced to withdraw from the upcoming Oracle NetSuite Open after picking up a calf injury.

‘The Swiss Rocket’ has featured in the event four times previously but will not be fit to return this year but hopes to be able to play in the upcoming US Open in October.

USA’s Shahjahan Khan has subsequently moved to a top eight seeding position and after receiving a bye in round one, will play either France’s Lucas Serme or Canada’s David Baillargeon in round two.

USA’s Faraz Khan has moved up to a 9/16 seed and will play Hong Kong’s Henry Leung in round one with a match against the No.1 seed Diego Elias awaiting the victor.

Czech Republic’s World No.83, Martin Svec has taken the vacant space in the draw and will play Mexico’s Cesar Salazar for a spot in round two.

All of the glass court action at the Oracle NetSuite Open will be streamed live on SQUASHTV.

For more information on the event, visit the
tournament  website or follow PSA Events on Twitter or Facebook, InstagramYouTube, TikTok and SQUASHTV
.
 
USA No.1 Sobhy Returns to Defend Oracle NetSuite Open Title

Amanda Sobhy celebrates her 2021 Oracle NetSuite Open win

The draws for the 2022 Oracle NetSuite Open have been released, with United States No.1 and defending champion Amanda Sobhy starring alongside Peru’s Diego Elias in San Francisco between September 30 – October 4. The prestigious tournament, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary on the San Francisco waterfront, moves to Building 12 at Pier 70, a restored, renovated and historic maritime building set to become the hub of Brookfield Properties’ massive Dogpatch neighborhood development.

Sobhy claimed the women’s title in 2021 at Embarcadero Plaza, putting in a string of confident performances to win the title without dropping a game. The 29-year-old will be the top seed for this year’s edition as she aims to become the first female player to win the Oracle NetSuite Open on three occasions.

After a bye through to the opening round of the competition, the American will do battle with either Hong Kong’s Tsz-Wing Tong or Egypt’s Hana Ibrahim, before possibly then facing off against national team-mate Olivia Clyne, the tournament’s No.6 seed, in the quarter finals.

New Zealand’s Joelle King, who became the joint-most decorated squash player in Commonwealth Games history this summer, will be the No.2 seed for the tournament. She will begin her campaign against either Hong Kong’s Tomato Ho or Ka Yi Lee.

Egypt’s Farida Mohamed, who took her biggest title at the RMCLUB Women’s Open Presented by Expression Networks in Mauritius in June, and Commonwealth Games silver medallist Hollie Naughton will make up the rest of the top four seeds for the event.

The men’s event will be led by Elias, who is the only Peruvian player in history to reach the world’s top five. The World No.4 will begin his week in San Francisco against either Hong Kong’s Henry Leung or US No.1 Shahjahan Khan.

England’s Mohamed ElShorbagy will be aiming for a third Oracle NetSuite Open crown, to tie France’s Gregory Gaultier as the most in the history of the event, and he will begin against either American wildcard Zane Patel or India’s Mahesh Mangaonkar in the second round.

Mohamed’s younger brother, Marwan, along with fellow Egyptian Mazen Hesham, will be amongst the top four seeds, with Hesham scheduled to face either Mazen Gamal or India’s Ramit Tandon in the last 16. Marwan could face USA’s Faraz Khan or Mexico’s Cesar Salazar in the second round.

A glass court will be erected in Pier 70 for the event, while SquashZone, the Olympic Club and the University Club will host some of the action from the earlier rounds of the tournament.

The tournament will use a best-of-three games scoring format up to and including the semi-finals, before reverting to the traditional best-of-five games scoring format for the finals.

All of the glass court action at the Oracle NetSuite Open will be streamed live on
SQUASHTV.

For more information on the event, visit the
tournament  website or follow PSA Events on Twitter or Facebook, InstagramYouTube, TikTok.
 

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ROUND ONE
30 SEP
ROUND TWO
01 OCT
QUARTERS
02 OCT
SEMIS
03 OCT
FINAL
04 OCT
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