Wolverhampton to Host British Squash Grand Prix Qualification

Leading international squash players from as far afield as Hong Kong and India will descend on Wolverhampton Lawn Tennis & Squash Club next week in a bid to qualify for the Springfield Solutions British Grand Prix Championship.

Spanish No.1 and World No.18 Borja Golan is seeded one in the qualifying event with the leading German player and World No.19 Simon Rosner seeded two. Seven countries will be represented within the qualifying field, with all top eight seeds ranked in the world’s top 40.

Matches start at 5.30pm on Tuesday 18th September and 6.00pm on Wednesday 19th September. Entry is free for Wolverhampton Club members with a £5 entry fee per evening for all non-members.

The qualification draw will include eight British players, headed by Scottish World No.31 Alan Clyne, and local interest will be provided by Bridgnorth’s World No.34 Jonathan Kemp, former club professional Chris Ryder and current club professional and a former World No.100 Darren Lewis.

The full list of players who will be in action in Wolverhampton is Borja Golan (Spain), Simon Rosner (Germany), Saurav Ghosal (India), Marwan El Shorbagy (Egypt), Max Lee (Hong Kong), Alan Clyne (Scotland), Jonathan Kemp (England), Chris Ryder (England), Mathieu Castagnet (France), Chris Simpson (England), Siddharth Suchde (India), Gregoire Marche (France), Oliver Holland (England), Adrian Waller (England), Jaymie Haycocks (England) and Darren Lewis (England).

The Springfield Solutions British Grand Prix Squash Championship will be staged at the National Squash Centre in Manchester from 21-24 September.

Tickets for the Springfield Solutions British Grand Prix - Manchester 2012 can now be booked online or by phone on 0844 8797 949.

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