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PSA Dubai World Series Finals tickets on sale now

Mohamed ElShorbagy (right) and James Willstrop during last year’s men’s final at Dubai Opera

Time to tee up a trip to Dubai
By SEAN REUTHE

 

Tickets for the 2017-18 edition of the ATCO PSA Dubai World Series Finals, the season-ending tournament which will take place at Dubai’s Emirates Golf Club between June 5-9, are on sale now.

Emirates Golf Club becomes the third stunning location in Dubai to host the World Series Finals after Dubai Opera in 2016-17 and Burj Park in 2015-16 and squash fans will be able to watch the top eight male and female players in the world from AED 55.00.

Some of the biggest names in squash, such as Mohamed ElShorbagy, Ali Farag, Marwan ElShorbagy, Tarek Momen, Simon Rösner, Gregory Gaultier, Nour El Sherbini, Nour El Tayeb, Raneem El Welily, Joelle King and Laura Massaro, have already booked their top eight places on the PSA World Series Standings, with points on offer at all World Series tournaments throughout the 2017-18 season.

England’s Laura Massaro (right) and Nour El Sherbini of Egypt pictured during the 2017 women’s final

Players will go head-to-head in Dubai in the best-of-three games group stages as they battle for a place in the knockout semi-finals and beyond, with one of the sport’s most coveted titles up for grabs, while players also battle for a share of the lucrative $320,000 prize fund, which is split equally between the men’s and women’s events.

The final five places in Dubai will be decided this week at the Allam British Open – the sport’s longest-running tournament – which concludes on Sunday May 20.

Tickets for the 2017-18 ATCO PSA Dubai World Series Finals can be purchased here: dubai.platinumlist.net/event-tickets/70345/atco-psa-dubai-world-series-finals

Squash fans can follow the tournament on www.worldseriesfinals.com
or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/psadubaifinals
 

Article by SEAN REUTHE. Edited by ALAN THATCHER

Pictures courtesy of PSA

 

Posted on May 17, 2018

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Alan Thatcher

Lifelong sports journalist and squash lover. Event promoter, coach, author, voice artist. Founder of World Squash Day.

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