Edinburgh Sports Club Squash Open

The Edinburgh Sports Club Squash Open 2020 is taking place from 29th January and with a £30,000 prize pot, our tournament attracts some of the best of the world!

Edinburgh Sports Club Squash Open

About Edinburgh Sports Club Squash Open

The Edinburgh Sports Club Open is Scotland's richest squash tournament. With a £30,000 prize pot our tournament attracts some of the best of the world. Last years winners were New Zealand's Paul Coll (WR5) and Egypt's Hannia El Hammamy (WR10).

The event also supports a graded tournament running alongside, allowing club players to play squash and rub shoulders with the world's Best!

For more information contact the club.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Edinburgh Sports Club Squash Open are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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