Seattle Open Squash Tournament
When: January 23-25, 2015
2020 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Facility Phone: (206)443-1111
Contact (click name to email):
Washington State Open
A huge thank you to the SAC-Downtown, the management and staff, Rob, Zarak, Manuela, Steve, Greg, volunteers, and all of the players for making the return of the Washington State Open a successful, competitive, and fun tournament.
Congrats to the winners:
- Men’s 5.0: Will Gruner
- Women’s 4.0: Katherine Nimmo
- Men’s 4.0: Vincent Wang
- Men’s 3.0: Christopher Greenwood
The Seattle Squash Racquets Association will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Thursday, September 9th, 2014 at 7pm. All SSRA members are invited to attend. Food and drink will be provided.
General order of business:
- Induct new trustees
- Appoint officers / positions
Washington State Open Tournament
Venue: Seattle Athletic Club – Downtown
When: October 10th-12th, 2014
The SAC-DT and SSRA are kicking off the 2014 singles squash season with the Washington State Open on October 10th.
- 11-point PAR scoring.
- Light refreshments and continental breakfast.
Feel free to contact either of the SAC squash professionals if you have any questions.
Manuela Manetta at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 443-1111 ext. 274
Zarak Khan at email@example.com or (206) 443-1111 ext. 275
(PSA)Colony Ford Lincoln National Squash Academy Open 2014 Toronto, Canada
Posted: Aug 25th, 2014
Seattle based squash professional player Shah Khan achieved a new milestone by reaching his first final in a PSA tournament. Shah reached the final by beating the #1 seed and 3-time defending champion Dane Sharp (Canada) in a 5-game semi-final (7, (9), 8, (7), 4). He advanced and played well in the final but was beaten by #2 seeded Zac Alexander (Australia). Shah is currently world #121 and may soon crack the top 100 with a few more successes like this. When asked about this tournament, Shah commented, ” I am really happy to play my first PSA final it was a great one. I am really thankful to Allah, my family, my dad and coach Zarak Khan (former world no.8). I worked really hard for it. And inshallah, I hope many more to come“.