UPDATE:
World’s top Masters head for Hull

World’s top Masters head for Hull

The world’s finest Masters players are set to descend on Hull between 14 and 18 May to compete for the much sought-after British Open titles.

To date, players from 14 countries are confirmed for a full range of age-category competitions – from over-35s to over-75s – at the fantastic University of Hull facilities, with both the traditional squash nations represented and those not generally known for their love of the sport, like Croatia.

Germany currently lead the way with 10 players already committed to the tournaments, which will run alongside the two main Allam British Open Championships.

The University of Hull, an event partner, will be an integral part of the Championships and will host both the PSA and WSA qualification tournaments, as well as the women’s first round, before concentrating on more than 250 Masters players expected in the city.

Entries and Info on the MASTERS Page