The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions—one of the sport's most iconic events—returns for its twenty-fourth staging in Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall, May 1-7, in New York City.

The women’s main draw is set for a guaranteed first-time champion with Egypt’s world No. 1 Nouran Gohar leading the draw as the top seed. Gohar, the 2020 runner up, is seeded to meet American world No. 4 and two seed Amanda Sobhy in the final. Sobhy, the 2016 ToC runner up, leads a group of four top-ranked Americans in the draw, including world No. 11 Olivia Fiechter, world No. 17 Olivia Blatchford Clyne and world No. 23 Sabrina Sobhy.
The men’s draw sees the return of 2019 ToC champion and world No. 2 Ali Farag, who enters the tournament as the top seed. Compatriot and world No. 4 Mostafa Asal opposes Farag in the draw as the two seed.

Two Challenger draws—featuring ten Americans—will be held this week at local New York City Clubs, April 27-29. The Challenger finals will commence glass court play Saturday, April 30 with both winners qualifying for main draw play.

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Team USA’s Olivia Fiechter defeated Canada’s Hollie Naughton to win her third and largest PSA title at the $30,000 Oxford Properties Canadian Open Friday, April 15, at the Bow Valley Country Club in Calgary. Fiechter, world No. 11, entered the tournament as the top seed and reached the final without dropping a game.

Mission Squashlocated in a public school building in one of the nation’s fastest growing squash communities, Houston, Texashas become the eleventh US Squash Community Affiliate Network member facility.
US Squash has launched the Senior Class of 2022 Gift following the momentum built by the success of the 2020 and 2021 Class Gift initiatives. The 2022 campaign was formally announced at the unveiling of the Senior Class Gift permanent exhibit during a special ceremony held during Junior Nationals at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center Saturday, March 18.

Team USA closed out the 2022 Pan American Championships by earning team silver medals—falling short in the gold medal match against Colombia—adding to doubles and singles bronze medals, April 3-9, in Guatemala.

Egypt's world No. 8 Rowan Elaraby fulfilled her top seeding to win the $50,000 Carol Weymuller Open Sunday, April 24. The twenty-one-year-old dispatched Cornell senior Sivasangari Subramaniam in a four-game final at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn.

Hundreds of juniors are set to compete in the U.S. Junior Doubles Championships and U.S. Junior Bronze Championships this weekend, April 29-May 1, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center. Follow live scores for both events on the respective tournament pages and watch live streaming using the daily playlists on the US Squash Youtube Channel.

The 2022 U.S. Parent Child Doubles Championships produced repeat champions in the form of Scott & Hudson Poirer and Xan & Andrew Matuch, while Ilya & Maya Voloshin won the inaugural parent-child division and Robert & Robby Berner earned their first Open title Sunday, April 24, at the Field Club of Greenwich and Round Hill Club in Greenwich, Connecticut.

The fifteenth U.S. Century Doubles will have new names on the Open champions list as Mike Puertas & Nathan Dugan captured their maiden title, while Thomas Harrity added a third straight to his name and first in the 60+ division, April 8-10, in New York City.

The U.S. Women's and S.L. Green U.S. Men's Championships will be contested June 14-17, with Olivia Blatchford Clyne and Todd Harrity defending their U.S. titles at the Specter Center. Register today to compete against the nation's best on the National Singles tournament page.

Professional doubles celebrated a new milestone for the sport with the staging of the first professional Mixed Doubles draw—with rankings points for both the men’s and women’s professional tours on offer—which was won by doubles stalwarts Suzie Pierrepont & Adam Bews April 1-3 at the Jonathan Club in Los Angeles.

Two weeks after claiming the Boston Pro Am title, Chris Callis & Manek Mathur continued their winning streak at the Tavern Club Invitational, April 23-24, in Cleveland. The SDA Tour welcomed the return of the Tavern Club Invitational for the first time since 2019 as the event celebrated its fifteenth edition.

Former singles world No. 1 John White and women’s pro doubles world No. 6 Georgina Stoker upset the top two seeds to win the inaugural $20,000 Onwentsia Masters Mixed Pro title—the second Professional Mixed Doubles event of the season—April 10, in Lake Forest Illinois.

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The Specter Center hosted 422 students from Squash and Education Alliance (SEA) member programs for the eighteenth SEA Team Nationals, April 8-10. (Photo credit: SEA)