The British U23 Open, with principle sponsor JW Cannon, sits
perfectly alongside other external tournaments including the JW
Cannon BSPA GP Finals and is a reflection of the Members' efforts
to drive squash participation both internally and externally.
We now boast six glass-back courts including a new, sixth show
court with options for both singles and doubles play. We are
excited to welcome everyone to the event in January 2016 and to see
some world-class squash at the Club.
PSA Chief Executive Officer Alex Gough said: 'The
inception of the European Under 23 Tour will enable young players
to go through a seamless transition as they aim to make the step up
from junior competition to participate on the PSA World Tour. This
endeavour is in keeping with our aim of making PSA World Tour
events more accessible for all our members, helping young players
reach their maximum potential and increasing playing opportunities
across the sport as we continue to try to grow professional squash
around the globe.'
After making its first appearance in 1990 when Jahangir Khan,
Rodney Martin and Susan Devoy lifted the prestigious trophy in the
past, the highly regarded British Under 23 Open will take place
between 7th-10th of January 2016 at