Eleven Americans will take on the world’s best on home soil this week, May 3-11, during the 2022-2023 PSA World Championships presented by the Walter Family in Chicago.
The first round will take place across two days, May 3-4, at the University Club of Chicago. Watch live streaming from the University Club on worldsquashchamps.com/watch.
The all glass court showcased in the picturesque Union Station will host matches from the second round onward from May 5-11. Tickets are available on worldsquashchamps.com/tickets.
Five Americans will feature on the opening day, May 3. Sixteen seed Sabrina Sobhy will face Hong Kong’s Tsz-Wing Tong on court one at 11:45am CT. Five seed Amanda Sobhy will play Hong Kong’s Tomato Ho on court two at 6:45pm. Thirteen seed Olivia Blatchford Clyne will face India’s Joshna Chinappa on court two at 7:30pm.
World No. 5 Paul Coll awaits Faraz Khan on court one at 5:15pm. Todd Harrity will take on Colombia’s thirteen seed Miguel Rodriguez on court two at 4:30pm.
Seven Americans join the fray on May 4, including both American wild cards Caroline Fouts and Andrew Douglas. Fouts will play Malaysia’s Aifa Azman at 12:30pm on court three, while Douglas will meet France’s Baptiste Masotti on court two at 4:30pm.
Timmy Brownell will make his world championships debut against world No. 3 Mohamed ElShorbagy on court one at 7:30pm. Shahjahan Khan will take on the other ElShorbagy brother and six seed, Marwan, in the ensuing match.
Seven seed Olivia Fiechter will play Egypt’s Nada Abbas on court one at 6pm, and Harvard’s Marina Stefanoni will play Cornell graduate Sivasangari Subramaniam on court three at 6:45pm.
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