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15/06/2009
WORLD OPEN 2009
 

Richest World Open has London Start in August

 

Richest World Open has London Start in August

 

Qualification for the championships will be held in London, England on the 28th August 2009 at St Georgeís Hill Squash & Tennis Club. Thirty-two players will compete for sixteen main draw places in the main draw that will be played in Kuwait. The thirty-two Qualifiers will comprise the twenty highest ranked PSA players, eight WSF selected players and four Kuwaiti nominated players. The Main Draw of six-four participants will consist of the forty-seven top ranked PSA players, sixteen successful Qualifiers and one Kuwaiti Wildcard, Abdullah Al-Meyzeyan, the Kuwaiti No.1 who will have the honour of playing the first match of the event following the Opening Ceremony.

 

The prize fund of US$275,000 is the largest ever offered by any World Open or World Tour event. The Championship will be held in Kuwait between the 1-7 November.

 

The Tournament will stage a glittering Opening and Closing Ceremony as well as hosting an Official Championship Gala Dinner.

 

Professional Squash Association Chief Operating Officer Lee Beachill said: "The PSA were delighted to award the 2009 Menís World Open to Sheikha Fadyah Al-Sabah. Over the past few years Kuwait has produced some of the most spectacular events on the PSA World Tour and we have no doubt, as the prize money suggests, this will the biggest and the best PSA Menís World Open we have ever seen. Sheikha Fadyah Al-Sabah and her event management team have a wealth of experience in producing high class squash events and together with the top sixty-four players in the world this is certainly a World Open not to be missed."

 




. Reports
. Men's Draw
 


MEN'S DRAW
 
Round One
 
Round Two
 
Round Three
 
Quarters
 
Semis
 
Final
 
           
 
   
 
     
 
   
 
       
 
   
 
     
 
   
 
         
 
   
 
     
 
   
 
       
 
   
 
     
 
   
 

Qualifying: