Karakal Stars Seeking Success in San Francisco
The Oracle NetSuite Open returns to San Francisco today and features the largest prize fund in its 10-year history with $242,000 split equally between the men’s and women’s events. The increase in prize money has seen the tournament attract arguably its strongest ever draw and is an exciting time for the tournament.
The event gets under way as the PSA World Tour Gold tournament sees the top players in the world, including Karakal's Tesni Evans, Cameron Pilley, Tom Richards and Karim Ali Fathi, battle it out on the glass Squash Engine Court in the shadow of San Francisco's iconic Ferry Building.
Round one and two matches will be split between the Bay Club San Francisco, SquashZone, the Olympic Club and The University Club. All matches from the quarter-finals onwards will be held on the Squash Engine Court at Embarcadero Plaza.
Tickets start from just $25 and are available through the tournament’s official website. You can also stay up-to-date by following the tournament on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Matches from the Squash Engine Court at the Embarcadero Plaza will be broadcast live on SQUASHTV (rest of world), Eurosport Player (Europe only) and the official Facebook page of the PSA World Tour.