The 2019 FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships have arrived in Philadelphia. The world’s best squash players will vie for $370,000 of equal prize money split between the men’s and women’s draws, October 5-12, at Drexel University and the Racquet Club of Philadelphia.
Here’s everything squash fans need to know going into the most action-packed week of squash in the U.S.
Tickets are still available for all rounds with a price range available for every budget. A number of backwall seats have been released for each day of the event, including the previously sold out finals session. First and second round matches will also take place at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia, October 5-6. Tickets to RCOP matches are also available on usopensquash.com/tickets.
Multiple sessions sold out last year, so book your seats today before it’s too late!
Squash fans who can’t be in Philadelphia in person can keep tabs on all U.S. Open matches. All matches on the ASB GlassCourt will broadcast live on SquashTV. The SquashTV feed will also feature live and free on the PSA World Tour Facebook Live feed through the quarterfinals, October 5-10.
All matches on Drexel’s Kline & Specter Court 1 and both courts at Racquet Club of Philadelphia will also stream and score live on usopensquash.com/live.
SquashTV Subscribers can enjoy all rounds including the semifinals and finals on SquashTV.
View the full field of professionals and each match time and location on usopensquash.com/draws.
The U.S. Open will stage a full schedule of special events celebrating the squash community in addition to the on-court matches. It’s not too late to sign up for these unique experiences that celebrate the squash community and those that make it so special.
Sunday, October 6: Doubles Day
Monday, October 7: SquashSmarts VIP Night
Tuesday, October 8: Character in Sports Day
Wednesday, October 9: Women in Sports Day
Saturday, October 12: Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon
Saturday, October 12: World Squash Day
While the world’s best players will be in the spotlight at Drexel, the celebration of squash extends to three other major squash tournaments in the greater Philadelphia area.
The nation’s best juniors will compete in the Arlen Specter Philadelphia JCT, October 4-6, at Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania. Follow live streaming form six courts and live scores on ussquash.com/live.
Twenty-eight doubles partnerships will take to the doubles courts at Philadelphia Cricket Club for the U.S. Intercollegiate Doubles Championships, October 4-6.
118 players are set to compete in the U.S. Skill Level Championships during U.S. Open finals weekend, October 12-13, at Drexel’s Kline & Specter courts.