2018 British Open Squash
The world’s greatest squash players, including Karakal stars Tesni Evans and Cameron Pilley, will be on show at Hull’s Airco Arena between May 15-20 when the 2018 Allam British Open, the sport’s longest running tournament, takes place with a record prize fund of $165,000 up for grabs in both the men’s and women’s events.
The tournament will be staged in Hull for a sixth year in succession and will feature a host of world-class talent such as World No.1's Mohamed ElShorbagy and Nour El Sherbini. Meanwhile, Karakal's eyes will be on our two Commonwealth medalists, Cameron Pilley and Tesni Evans as they bid for glory at the iconic event. Shortly before the main tournament gets underway a host of other Karakal PSA tour pros including Greg Lobban, Zahed Mohamed, Karim Ali Fathi and Sarah Cardwell will be battling their way though what's sure to be some tough qualifying rounds at the University of Hull Sports and Fitness Centre.
Glass court matches from May 15-20 will be staged at the Airco Arena and will be shown live on SquashTV and Eurosport Player (Europe only), with the semi-finals and finals being shown live on channels across the globe, such as BT Sport, beIN Sports, Fox Sports Australia and Astro.