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Tesni Evans (left) and Joelle King (right) contested the inaugural Manchester Open final in 2019

How & Where To Watch The Manchester Open Live

World class squash descends on Manchester, England this week when the PSA Silver level Manchester Open takes place from September 16-22 with action LIVE on SQUASHTV (Rest of World), Eurosport Player (Europe only), and Facebook (excluding Europe and Japan). The semi-finals and finals will be shown live on BT Sport in the UK and other international broadcasters globally.

This will be the first major tournament on the PSA World Tour in over six months, following the enforced six-month suspension of the tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This has led to a world-class field coming to Manchester for the PSA Silver level tournament, with the top eight male players in the world all making the trip to the United Kingdom to take part.

Mohamed ElShorbagy, Ali Farag, Karim Abdel Gawad and Tarek Momen, Paul Coll, Diego Elias, Marwan ElShorbagy and Simon Rösner are all in the draw, and there are plenty of Englishmen playing on home soil as well.

The likes of Adrian Waller, James Willstrop, Declan James, Daryl Selby, Tom Richards and George Parker are in the 32-strong draw, with Patrick Rooney featuring as the wild-card for the event.

World No.3 Camille Serme will be the top seed in the women’s draw, with 14 of the top 20 players in the world all travelling to the United Kingdom, including English No.1 Sarah-Jane Perry, and reigning Manchester Open champion Joelle King.

Coverage from the Manchester Open begins at 11:00 (GMT+1) on Wednesday, September 16 when round one action begins.

SQUASHTV, Eurosport Player & DAZN Schedule: September-October 2020
Manchester Open: September 16-22
CIB PSA World Tour Finals: September 28-October 3
CIB Egyptian Open: October 10-17

Fans based outside of Europe can subscribe to SQUASHTV here.

For fans living in Europe, subscriptions must be made to Eurosport Player.