PSA Paris Squash Alpine Championships to take place in Paris in August

April 27 2023

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have confirmed that France will host a major PSA World Tour event for the first time since 1994 when the Paris Squash Alpine Championship will be staged in Paris from the 27th August to 2nd September.

The PSA Paris Squash Alpine Championship will be the first major PSA World Tour event to be held in France since the 1994 French Squash Open, featuring 96 of the world’s leading players and held outside on the grounds of the Palais de Tokyo, one of Europe’s largest contemporary art centers, adjacent to the iconic Eiffel Tower.

Early rounds will be staged at the Jeu de Paume Club, Squash Club Montmartre and the Complexe Omnisports Club.

The Paris Squash Alpine event will be one of the most eagerly anticipated events on the international squash calendar and will attract the best squash players from around the world and provides an opportunity for fans to see their favourite players in action.

The Paris Squash Alpine event is a PSA World Tour Platinum event, which means that it offers a significant number of ranking points for the players who participate. The event also offers a substantial prize pool, with a total prize fund of $167,000.

The event is a knockout tournament, with the players competing in a single-elimination format. The top players in the world receive a bye in the first round, and they enter the tournament in the second round. The event culminates in a thrilling final, where the winner is crowned the Paris Squash Alpine champion.

The Paris Squash Alpine event is not just about the top players in the world. It also provides an opportunity for up-and-coming players to showcase their skills and make a name for themselves. Many young players have used the event as a springboard to success on the PSA World Tour.

The event also has a strong focus on promoting squash in France. Squash is a popular sport in France, and the Paris Squash Alpine event provides an opportunity for local fans to see some of the best players in the world in action. The event will also feature a growing number French players, who will have the opportunity to compete against some of the best players in the world and gain valuable experience.