The top four seeds sailed through to the semifinals of the Emerson Racquet Club Pro Series after straight games victories in the PSA World Tour Challenger 10 event at The Racquet Club in St Louis, Missouri—the first event of the 2014 US Pro Squash Series. Continue reading Top Seeds Survive in St. Louis
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Switzerland’s Reiko Peter made the perfect start to his New Year campaign on the PSA World Tour when he upset fifth seed Lewis Walters in the opening round of the Emerson Racquet Club Pro Series, the first event of the 2014 U.S. Pro Squash Series at The Racquet Club in St Louis, Missouri. Continue reading Peter Punishes Walters in U.S. Pro Series Opener
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The U.S. Pro Squash Series returns in 2014 and will begin on Wednesday January 15, when the PSA Challenger 10 Emerson Racquet Club Pro Series event gets underway in St. Louis.
Sixteen players will compete for the first available points on the U.S. Pro Series circuit which will see players from across the globe compete for a bonus prize fund, which will be awarded when the series comes to a conclusion. Continue reading U.S. Pro Squash Series Returns for 2014
Professional singles squash returns to the Racquet Club of Saint Louis in the form of the $10,000 Emerson Racquet Club Pro Series 2014 January 15-18, the city’s first Professional Squash Association event since 2011 and first of the 2014 U.S. Pro Series. Continue reading The Squash Spirit of St. Louis
U.S. Squash and the Professional Squash Association (PSA) have joined in partnership to launch the U.S. Pro Squash Series (www.usprosquashseries.com). The primary goal of the series is to serve as a marketing umbrella for US men’s professional tournaments and to increase the awareness of squash through the professional game. The PSA has a strong tradition of success in the US with more than 25 states from coast-to-coast having embraced the world class athletes in their communities by hosting PSA tournaments. These events, even excluding the three World Series events held in the US, have offered total prize money exceeding $200,000 in each of the last three years. Continue reading U.S. Pro Series Launch