Draw released for
Namur Legends of Squash
Recently retired former world number one David Palmer has
been installed as the top seed for the Namur Legends of Squash
2012, which will be staged from 25-27 May 2012 on an all glass
squash court in Hall Octave Henry in Namur, the capital
of Wallonia, in Southern Belgium.
The 2002 and 2006 World Champion
from Australia, who played his last competitive match on the PSA
World Tour at the World Open in Rotterdam in November 2011, will
be making his first appearance on the Legends of Squash Tour in
the country where he lived for many years during his glittering
professional career. The legendary Aussie, who now resides in
the United States, will take on many-time Irish Champion
Derek Ryan in his opening round match.
Canada’s Jonathon Power, the 1998 World Champion who
retired from the Tour when he was still ranked world number one,
is seeded second, and will kick off his Namur Legends campaign
with a duel against Scotland’s former world number four
Squash Superstar Peter Nicol who among his many titles
won Commonwealth Gold for Scotland and England, will face
business associate Tim Garner in the first round, while
John White, the big-hitting former world number one from
Australia, will take on Englishman Simon Parke in the
final opening match.
The first round matches of the Namur Legends of Squash 2012,
which is part of the Legends of Squash Tour organised by Eventis
Sports Marketing and Event Engine Squash, will kick-off at
8.15pm on Friday May 25th.
The four first round winners will proceed to the semi finals on
Saturday, whilst the remaining four players will also compete
over the next two days in the 5/8 Play-off matches to further
entertain the crowd.
Tickets for the Namur Legends of Squash 2012 are now on sale
Schedule | Info
 David Palmer
 Jonathan Power