The law firm which will be an event partner is thrilled to be associated with the global squash tournament known as the ‘Wimbledon of Squash’.
Rollits is one of Yorkshire’s leading commercial law firms with offices in Hull and York. Founded in Hull more than 170 years, the firm is keen to get involved with many different initiatives within the community.
The 2013 Allam British Open is the most prestigious squash tournament in the world and will attract the top male and female professional players from across the globe to Hull, including double world champion Nick Matthew, current world number one Ramy Ashour and female star Nicol David.
The main event is being held on a spectacular all-glass court at the KC Stadium between 20-26 May with thousands of spectators expected to descend on the city throughout the week.
Steve Trynka, Senior Partner at Rollits said: “We are excited to have the opportunity to work with England Squash & Racketball by becoming an event partner for the Allam British Open Squash Championships.
“This is another big event for the city and is a fantastic opportunity to show what the region has to offer and really put Hull on the world’s stage with the competition being broadcast live on Sky, with a potential audience of 1.8 billion people.”
Operations Director at England Squash & Racketball, Jim Lord commented: “We’re delighted to be working with Rollits, it’s key partnerships like this that will help us deliver a successful international tournament in Hull. It’s fantastic that we’re working with local businesses in Yorkshire to create a real legacy to this prestigious event.”