Manchester Open 2022 Event Info
The world’s best squash players descend on Manchester and this year, the event will be bigger and better!
The Manchester Open is one of Europe’s biggest squash tournaments and forms part of the jam-packed PSA World Tour calendar.
A PSA World Tour Silver tier event, the Manchester Open will feature 48 of the world’s greatest squash players, including the cream of British talent, such as England’s No.1 Sarah-Jane Perry and Welsh World No.8 Joel Makin.
Hosted at the National Squash Centre in a stunning all-glass court arena – located on the Etihad Campus in the East of the city – the Manchester Open has seen players from across the globe lift the trophy. Manchester has a close association with world-class squash and also hosted the AJ Bell PSA World Championships in 2017 at the Manchester Central Convention Complex.
Peru’s Diego Elias and Egypt’s Hania El Hammamy taking the titles last time out, in 2021. Former World No.1 Mohamed ElShorbagy, the talented Nour El Tayeb, and New Zealand’s highest ranked female player, Joelle King, have also got their hands on the title in recent years.
This year’s Manchester Open will be the fourth instalment of the event and is expected to be bigger and better than ever. For this year’s event a series of activities have been designed to provide an amazing squash experience to all fans of the sport, including:
- An interactive squash wall
- A dedicated fan zone with a mini court and multiple pop-up squash nets
- Our friends from Dunlop and Racketware showcasing their great products
- The Manchester Open Graded, a squash event anyone can enter
- The Northwest Counties Squash League finals on Monday, April 18th
2022 Tournament Schedule:
13th to 18th April
|Wed 13th||Round ONE||12.00 – 21.30|
|Thu 14th||Round TWO||12.00 – 21.30|
|Fri 15th||QUARTERS||14.00 – 18.00|
|Sat 16th||QUARTERS||14.00 – 18.00||Manchester Graded|
|Sun 17th||SEMIS||15.00 – 19.00|
|Mon 18th||FINALS||15.00 – 17.30|
Manchester Open Graded
Running alongside the Manchester Open is the Manchester Graded event – entries are open
National Squash Centre, Rowsley Street, M11 3FF
How to watch Live
Live coverage of the entire tournament will be shown on SQUASHTV and the semi-finals and final will also be shown live on mainstream broadcasters such as BT Sport.