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Squash: Tickets on sale for Canary Wharf Classic

PUBLISHED: 07:42 02 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:29 02 October 2018

Mohamed ElShorbagy celebrates winning the 2018 Canary Wharf Classic (pic Steve Line/Squashpics.com)

Mohamed ElShorbagy celebrates winning the 2018 Canary Wharf Classic (pic Steve Line/Squashpics.com)

Steve Line/SquashPics.com

Tickets are now on sale for the 2019 Citigold Wealth Management Canary Wharf Classic, taking place in Docklands from March 10-15 next year.

London’s favourite squash tournament has sold out every seat for the past eight years and organisers expect another scramble to grab a prized ticket for the 2019 edition.

And there is more great news for fans in that the tournament will be extended for another day in a new-look draw, with play starting on Sunday, March 10.

There has been some good news for the team behind the event with the signing of new title sponsors Citigold Wealth Management,who will be backing a Corporate Challenge for company teams as well as the main event.

The Canary Wharf Classic features the world’s top players and was won this year by world champion Mohamed ElShorbagy, who beat rival Tarek Momen in an all-Egyptian final.


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