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Tickets for the 2019 Oracle NetSuite Open–which will take place in San Francisco between September 24-30–are on sale now on oraclenetsuite.com/tickets.
Held at Embarcadero Plaza in the shadow of San Francisco’s iconic Ferry Building, the Oracle NetSuite Open will this year feature a prize fund of $242,000, which is the largest in the event’s ten-year history.
Tickets are available for all matches on the all-glass Squash Engine Court in Embarcadero Plaza, September 27-30, and early rounds at local clubs including Bay Club San Francisco, Squash Zone Redwood City and University Club of San Francisco, September 24-26. Patron and series options and group ticket packages are also available by contacting the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 415-738-2517. Download a ticket order form here.
Tickets for Saturday, September 28, also include access to the second annual Fanfest.
The world’s best players will return to San Francisco in September, where a best-of-three games scoring format will be used up to and including the semifinals.
Defending champions Ali Farag and Sarah-Jane Perry claimed silverware last year, while some of the sport’s leading players, such as former world No.1’s Mohamed ElShorbagy, Ramy Ashour, Gregory Gaultier and Laura Massaro, and current United States No. 1 Amanda Sobhy, have all got their hands on the trophy over the past decade.
“This year’s Oracle NetSuite Open will be a landmark edition of the tournament,” said John Nimick, Tournament Director. “The record prize money and a change in scoring format has helped cement the tournament’s commitment to parity and continued growth, and we hope to welcome squash fans from the Bay Area and beyond to San Francisco for what promises to be a spectacular week of squash.”