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DPD Open 2019
About the DPD Open

The world’s greatest men and women squash players will travel to Eindhoven for the DPD Open Squash 2019. It is the 3th edition of the DPD Open but the first time that this event has grown to a PSA World Tour Gold event and will be staged at the new headquarters of DPD in Eindhoven to mark the grand opening of their new distribution centre. Is has been eight years since there has been an event like the DPD Open in Holland. Back then it was the World Open Squash in Rotterdam. We expect a great line up with world class players including Nour El Sherbini, Joelle King, Simon Rosner and Paul Coll expected to take part . The spectacular setting in the new DPD HUB & expected outstanding line-up is sure to make this one of this year’s must-see squash events.

The Venue

The DPD Open will be staged at the new headquaters of DPD NL in Eindhoven. The DPD HUB will replace the current parcel centre of DPD. In the new HUB, DPD can sort 50.000 parcels per hour and 750.000 parcels per day to be ready for the future. DPD will be in full operation during the DPD Open. This will give spectators a great insight in the business of parcel delivery.

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Cultural highlights

In Eindhoven you can soak up the culture all year around. Visit one of the top museums or creative initiatives like exhibition spaces, art galleries and design studios.
A must-see during your stay is the Eindhoven Museums & Design Studios. Find out about the history of Philips at the Philips Museum, visit the famous Van Abbemuseum for modern art, or visit one of the other museums.

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Did you know that Eindhoven is one of the greenest cities in the Netherlands? With the wide range of parks and other green oases, Eindhoven is an ideal city for nature lovers. Sport fans can indulge themselves in Eindhoven as well. Visit a PSV Eindhoven football match, swimming contest or work out in one of the sports clubs. Squash can be played at Squash Time Eindhoven which will be used during the DPD Open 2019.

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