Men’s $6k Challenger, 25-28 Feb, Houston, USA
Two tough semi-finals in Houston as Shahjahan Khan and Spencer Lovejoy set up an all-American final, which top seed Khan won in straight games.
Twenty four men hailing from eight different nations will be aiming to take home the title.
Egypt, England, France, Jamaica, Malaysia, Nigeria and Pakistan will all be represented, along with 11 Americans featuring on home soil at the Life Time City Center in downtown Houston.
World No.58 Shahjahan Khan will be the top seed for the event, while Jamaica’s Christopher Binnie, Englishman Lyell Fuller and USA’s Faraz Khan, all inside the top 100 in the World Rankings, will be the top four seeds for the event.
Nigerian No.1 Babatunde Ajagbe, who led his country at the 2019 WSF Men’s World Team Squash Championships, will feature, along with four juniors. Three of those are Americans, in Vandrick Inman-Benavente, Omar Cochinwala and Arsalan Saeed, who will all be playing in just their second events on Tour.