Live TV coverage from quarters
PSAlive to bring the action from Hong Kong

BOOK NOW! to catch the action from the Cathay Pacific Credit Suisse World Open, being broadcast on from Hong Kong.

We will be bringing you live coverage from the World Open from the quarter finals onwards from 1st December all the way through to the finals on 4th December.

Join us for all of the PSA action and excitement from this prestigious event where the world best players battle it out for precious world ranking points! This will be a real clash of the Titans!

If you can't join us live, replays will be made available shortly afterwards for you to watch and enjoy at your leisure!

Also available NOW is the US Open 2005 Semis and Final "Live and Uncut" DVD package - now available in our Shop for just £25 -a great Christmas gift.

"Live & Uncut" DVDs from Hong Kong and the Saudi International in December will also be available to buy shortly after each tournament.

We look forward to seeing you in Hong Kong - come and join us in the chat room and enjoy the company of squash fans around the world and watch the best squash in the world!
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Historic World Open
Underway In Hong Kong

The first ever joint men’s and women’s World Open Squash Championships got underway in Hong Kong today (Sunday) with 64 players battling through the first qualifying rounds of the year’s biggest event, sponsored jointly by Cathay Pacific and Credit Suisse Privilege.

Hong Kong’s Christina Mak delighted home crowds when she overturned a two-game deficit to beat Australia’s Lisa Camilleri 1-9 6-9 9-3 9-7 9-3 in 66 minutes to book a place in the women’s qualifying finals against Mexico’s Samantha Teran.

In the men’s event, it took Welshman Alex Gough 80 minutes – the longest match of the day – to overcome Frenchman Jean-Michel Arcucci 11-8 9-11 8-11 11-7 11-8 to set up a meeting with Italy’s Davide Bianchetti in the qualifying finals. It was only three days ago in Doha that the pair – both qualifiers - fought out a second round battle in the Qatar Classic, with the 34-year-old Welsh national champion securing a surprise place in the quarter-finals of the PSA Super Series Platinum event.