🏆 Stand by for six days of world-class squash in the spectacular surroundings of East Wintergarden as the Canary Wharf Squash Classic returns for 2022.
NEWSFLASH: Congratulations to Fares Dessouky who was victorious at the 2022 Canary Wharf Squash Classic. World No 10 Dessouky beat Mostafa Asal 3-0 (11-5, 13-11, 12-10) in an all-Egyptian final.
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Squash is one of the fastest games on the planet and fans need to be up to speed to grab the hottest tournament tickets in London. The 19th edition of the Canary Wharf Squash Classic – a PSA World Tour Gold event – takes place in the heart of Canary Wharf at the fabulous East Wintergarden venue from 13 to 18 March.
London’s favourite squash tournament has sold out every ticket, every day for the past ten years and the 2022 Classic is set to continue the sequence. The event begins with the popular People’s Sunday programme, featuring eight first rounds matches, and culminates in the traditional Friday finale.
Paul Coll (pictured below) became the first New Zealander to win the title in March 2019, beating Egyptian Tarek Momen to claim the coveted trophy. Last year – in a tournament delayed until November due to the COVID-19 pandemic – Coll returned to claim his second title beating another Egyptian (this time world No.1 Ali Farag) in a thrilling match on the final day. That followed another memorable final in 2020 when Farag was again the loser in a showdown with follow countryman Mohamed El Shorbagy.
Coll is back in 2022 in search of a hat-trick of wins. Now the world No.2 ranked men’s player after his 2021 exploits, Coll had this to say after gaining his second Canary Wharf Classic title: “The crowd make it and it’s my favourite venue to come to. Thanks also to Canary Wharf Group.
“To have the event in such a special location I know all the players feel so privileged to come here and play. Having it full every day from the first round is very special. Tournament Director Tim Garner and the whole team make it such a brilliant event.”
Six days of action take place on the all-glass court inside the spectacular East Wintergarden venue in the heart of the famous Canary Wharf financial district, and the world’s leading stars are once again lined up to provide some explosive entertainment in this PSA World Tour Gold event.
🎟️ Tickets are currently off-sale.
🗝️ Doors open (times provisional): 1pm on Sunday 13 March. 5pm on 14-18 March.
🏆 Matches start (times provisional: 2pm on Sunday 13 March. 6pm on 14-16 March. 6.30pm on Thursday 17 March. 7.30pm on Friday 18 March.
🗒️ 2021 Canary Wharf Classic Draw – will appear here as soon as published
🚊🚗 Travel tips: The nearest station is Canary Wharf tube station which is on the Jubilee Line and within 7 minutes of London Bridge, 11 minutes of Waterloo and 15 minutes of Green Park. Likewise Heron Quays, on the DLR (Docklands Light Railway), is just a couple of minutes walk from the venue and within 11 minutes travel time from Bank and 14 minutes from Stratford. Plan your journey at the Transport for London website.
Car parks lie directly beneath the shopping malls: Cabot Place entrance Westferry Circus, and Canada Place & Waitrose Food & Home. Canary Wharf now boasts 2800 car parking spaces. For more information call 020 7418 2752.