The dates for next season’s U.S. Open Squash Championships are now confirmed, October 5-12, 2019. The PSA World Tour Platinum tournament will be held at Drexel University’s Daskalakis Athletic Center for the ninth consecutive year.
The best professional squash players from around the world—forty-eight women and forty-eight men—will descend on Philadelphia to compete for the prestigious U.S. Open title and equal prize purses. Alongside the exciting professional action on court, the U.S. Open brings together the entire U.S. squash community for a celebration of the sport with special events like Women in Sports Day alongside amateur competitions including the Arlen Specter Pennsylvania Junior Championships, the Intercollegiate Doubles Championships and US Squash Skill Level Championships.
In 2018 Raneem El Welily won her first U.S. Open while Mohamed El Shorbagy took the men’s title. Other top world stars who have made deep runs in the past but come up short—such as Nour El Sherbini, Tarek Momen, Amanda Sobhy and Simon Rösner—will target capturing their first U.S. Open in 2019.
Tickets for the U.S. Open will go on sale in May 2019. Learn more at www.usopensquash.com.