The DPD Open Squash will kick-off in 75 days at an ASB Glass Court which will be erected specifically for the event at the new headquarters of DPD Nederland in the Dutch city of Eindhoven.
A total prize money fund of $215,000 is available for the brand new PSA World Tour Gold event, which will be split evenly between the men and the women. Whilst entries don’t close until early March, the DPD Open is expected to attract a stellar line-up of top-ranked players from around the globe.
Opening round matches of the DPD Open will be played on Tuesday April 9th at a purposely build squash arena at the DPD premises and at Squashtime, a 15-court facility in Eindhoven which is the home of Dutch National Champion Milou van der Heijden. From April 10-14, all matches will be played on the ASB Glass Court only.
Tickets have gone on sale earlier this month through Ticketmaster and are proving popular amongst squash fans in the Netherlands (and abroad) with only 50 seats left (out of the 500) for the semi-finals.