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World class squash returns to Boston 13-15 December

The 2019 Boston Open draws are now available here, with a world class field led by British #1 and world #7 Sarah-Jane Perry, as well as 5x defending champion and world #23 Millie Tomlinson. Tinne Gilis, Hollie Naughton, Julianne Courtice, Coline Aumard and Haley Mendez - all members of the world's top 50 - ensure the women's draw is the strongest and deepest in the event's 23-year history. The men's event is headlined by Rob Downer, world #127, with world #149 Tom Walsh seeded to meet him in what would be expected to be a closely fought final. However, the likes of Mark Fuller - world #161 - and Joe Lee, who has been as high as #29 in the world, will be looking to upset the seedings. Overall, this event is the largest Boston Open since 2006.

As ever, the whole event is free and open for all to come and watch, with play as follows:

Friday 13th December: men's and women's rounds of 32 and 16, from 1.30pm to approximately 9pm.

Saturday 14th December: quarter-finals, women's from 11.30am and men's from 1pm. Semi-finals on one court from 4.30pm.

Sunday 15th December: women's final at 1.15pm, men's final to follow at 2pm.

We look forward to welcoming all spectators and players to Boston!

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