Wolverhampton to host
British Grand Prix Qualification
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
The Springfield Solutions
British Grand Prix Squash Championship will be staged at the
National Squash Centre in Manchester from 21-24 September.
Qualifying draw and coverage
on TODAY at the BGP
Schedule & Tickets
 James Willstrop (Eng)
Daryl Selby (Eng)
Laurens Jan Anjema (Ned)
Jens Schoor (Ger)
Amr Shabana (Egy)
 Gregory Gaultier (Fra)
Peter Barker (Eng)
 Karim Darwish (Egy)
Adrian Grant (Eng)
Alister Walker (Bot)
Tom Richards (Eng)
 Nick Matthew (Eng)