World Tour Calendar 2023/24

World Tour Calendar 2023-24 announced

The PSA has announced its 2023-24 PSA World Tour calendar, with 36 events scheduled to take place across five continents between August 2023 and June 2024.

The season begins in Canada for the inaugural Windsor Cup, while the first Platinum event of the new campaign will then see France hold a major squash tournament for the first time since 1994 when the Paris Squash event marks its debut on the calendar at the end of August.

The Qatar Classic will take place in September, featuring a women’s draw for the first time since 2015, with the U.S. Open taking place the following month.

The  Australian Open will rejoin the World Tour in November in Sydney in what will be the biggest PSA event held in the country since 2012.

2023 ends with the Singapore Open, HKFC Open and Hong Kong Squash Open at the end of November and beginning of December, before the tour signs off for the winter break with the New Zealand Open in December – followed by the WSF Men’s Teams.

2024 kicks off with the Gold-level Florida Open in what will be the State’s biggest ever PSA event. The Tournament of Champions then follows, with the first Platinum event of the New Year being staged yet again at New York’s iconic Grand Central Terminal.

The Windy City Open returns to the calendar at the end of February, and the tour returns to Egypt in April for the Black Ball Open and El Gouna International, while the biggest tournament in squash – the PSA World Championships – will be held in May, with the venue for that tournament set to be announced soon.

The British Open will return to the spectacular Birmingham Rep Theatre at the start of June, before the season wraps up at the PSA World Tour Finals at the end of the month.

PSA World Tour Calendar: August 2023 – June 2024 (dates subject to change)

Aug 15-19 Windsor Cup Bronze M Windsor Canada
Aug 27-02 Paris Squash Platinum M&W Paris France
Sep 09-16 Qatar Classic Platinum M&W Doha Qatar
Sep 27-01 Southwestern Open Gold W Houston USA
Oct 01-05 Open Squash Classic Bronze M&W New York USA
Oct 07-14 U.S. Open Platinum M&W Philadelphia USA
Oct 17-22 Grasshopper Cup Gold M&W Zurich Switzerland
Oct 23-27 QSF 4 Bronze M Doha Qatar
Nov 01-05 Malaysia Squash Cup Bronze M&W Seremban Malaysia
Nov 08-12 Australian Open Bronze M&W Sydney Australia
Nov 14-19 Singapore Squash Open Gold M&W Singapore
Nov 21-25 Hong Kong Football Club Open Bronze M&W Hong Kong
Nov 27-03 Hong Kong Squash Open Platinum M&W Hong Kong
Dec 05-10 New Zealand Open Silver M&W Tauranga New Zealand
Jan 08-14 Florida Open Gold M&W Boynton Beach USA
Jan 17-25 Tournament of Champions Platinum M&W New York USA
Jan 25-29 Carol Weymuller Open Bronze W New York USA
Jan 31-04 Cincinnati Gaynor Cup Silver W Cincinnati USA
Jan 31-04 Motor City Open Silver M Detroit USA
Feb 06-10 DAC Pro Classic Silver W Detroit USA
Feb 07-11 Pittsburgh Open Silver M Pittsburgh USA
Feb 13-18 Houston Open Gold M Houston USA
Feb 14-18 Squash on Fire Open Bronze M&W Washington DC USA
Feb 21-28 Windy City Open Platinum M&W Chicago USA
Mar 03-07 Canadian Open Silver M Calgary Canada
Mar 05-10 Cleveland Classic Sil/Brz W&M Cleveland USA
Mar 12-17 Optasia Championships Gold M London England
Mar 19-24 London Classic Gold M&W London England
Apr 03-07 German Open Bronze M&W Hamburg Germany
Apr 11-16 Black Ball Open Gold M&W Cairo Egypt
Apr 19-26 El Gouna International Platinum M&W El Gouna Egypt
May 09-17 PSA World Championships WC M&W TBA
May 22-26 Manchester Open Silver M&W Manchester England
Jun 02-09 British Open Platinum M&W Birmingham England
Jun 24-28 PSA World Tour Finals WTF M&W TBA

“The 2023-24 season is set to be the busiest ever on the PSA World Tour and we’re excited to add a number of spectacular new locations onto the calendar,” said PSA Chief Executive Alex Gough.

“We begin with brand-new events in Canada and Paris and we’re delighted to stage our first major event in France for almost 30 years. Meanwhile, Australia has traditionally played a major role in the sport with many of the sport’s previous World Champions and World No.1s hailing from the nation, so we’re pleased to return the Australian Open to PSA World Tour level.

“Last season saw a number of intriguing storylines and huge battles play out across the campaign. The new season promises to be even more exciting, with the race for the World No.1 spot in particular as tight as it’s ever been. I hope squash fans enjoy following all the action on SQUASHTV.”

Action from events staged on a glass court will be streamed live on SQUASHTV – the OTT platform of the PSA. The PSA World Championships, PSA World Tour Finals, all Platinum events and selected other tournaments will also be shown live by PSA’s broadcast partners.