600+ live matches coming your way next season !!!
Over 600 live squash matches will be broadcast through the PSA’s digital platforms after the organisation announced its broadcast schedule for the 2019/20 PSA World Tour season.
From September 2019 – June 2020, squash fans will be able to watch action from the sport’s biggest tournaments live on SQUASHTV (rest of world), Eurosport Player (Europe only), the PSA Facebook page (excluding Europe and Japan), DAZN (Japan only), and a selection of mainstream broadcast channels across the globe.
The first tournament of the season to be broadcast will be the Open de France between 10th and 14th September, while a further eight tournaments will be shown before the end of 2019.
This includes the CIB PSA Women’s World Championships, which will be staged in front of Cairo’s famous Great Pyramid of Giza and broadcast live at the end of November, and the PSA Men’s World Championship in Doha, Qatar in November.
Away from the PSA Tour, the SQUASHTV cameras will also be on location in Washington D.C. to showcase live coverage from the WSF Men’s World Teams in December, and the British Junior Open in Birmingham to start 2020.
New York’s iconic Grand Central Terminal hosts the Tournament of Champions in January, with the British Open, the inaugural Mauritius Open and the season-ending PSA World Tour Finals are all set to be broadcast live before the season draws to a close.
“The PSA Tour calendar continues to go from strength to strength and we’re looking forward to showcasing all of the drama and storylines from the tour as the world’s greatest squash players compete at some of the most iconic locations in world sport,” said PSA Chief Operating Officer Lee Beachill.
“Spectacular venues such as the Great Pyramid of Giza, Grand Central Terminal and East Wintergarden transcend the sport, and we are pleased to be able to bring all of the action from those incredible locations to squash fans around the world.”
|Open de France||Silver||Nantes France||10-14 Sep|
|Oracle NetSuite Open||Gold||San Francisco USA||27-30 Sep|
|U.S. Open||Platinum||Philadelphia USA||05-12 Oct|
|CIB Women’s World Champs||W/Champs||Cairo Egypt||26 Oct – 01 Nov|
|CIB Egyptian Squash Open||Platinum||Cairo Egypt||26 Oct – 01 Nov|
|Men’s World Chams||W/Champs||Doha Qatar||08-15 Nov|
|Channel VAS Champs||Gold||St Georges England||19-24 Nov|
|Hong Kong Open||Platinum||Hong Kong||02-08 Dec|
|WSF Men’s World Teams||WSF W/Champs||Washington USA||15-21 Dec|
|British Junior Open||Junior Gold||Birmingham England||02-06 Jan|
|Tournament of Champions||Platinum||New York USA||09-17 Jan|
|Windy City Open||Gold||Chicago USA||27 Feb – 04 Mar|
|Canary Wharf Classic||Gold||London England||08-13 Mar|
|Black Ball Open||Gold||Cairo Egypt||08-14 Mar|
|Grasshopper Cup||Gold||Zurich Switzerland||18-22 Mar|
|El Gouna International||Platinum||El Gouna Egypt||10-17 Apr|
|Manchester Open||Silver||Manchester England||21-26 April|
|British Open||Platinum||tbc England||25-31 May|
|Mauritius Open||Gold||Mauritius||03-07 Jun|
|World Tour Finals||Platinum||tbc||19-26 Jun|
We’ll be adding links to these tournaments shortly, and maintaining this page over the season