The player entry list for the 2018 Oracle NetSuite Open has been confirmed with Egyptian reigning world champions Mohamed ElShobagy and Raneem El Welily headlining the men’s events, respectively, and the strongest field in tournament history set to descend on San Francisco, September 27-October 2. The Oracle NetSuite Open boasts one of the most unique […]Read More
Squash Engine and Oracle NetSuite have today agreed to a name change for Squash Engine’s all glass, state-of-the-art portable squash court. The court, formerly named the NetSuite Challenge Court, now will be called the NetSuite SuiteSuccess Court. The four-year-old court, fabricated by McWIL Squash, one of the leading squash court manufacturer’s in North America, features […]Read More
(Above: World No. 1 Mohamed ElShorbagy (l) confirmed to defend Oracle NetSuite Open title.) World Class squash returns to the San Francisco Bay Area this fall for the ninth Oracle NetSuite Open Squash Championships, September 27-October 2, with four days of play on the all-glass NetSuite SuiteSuccess court at Embarcadero Plaza, September 29-October 2. Mark […]Read More
The Oracle NetSuite Open trophies will have two new names engraved on them after Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy and England’s Sarah-Jane Perry both claimed their first titles Saturday night in front of a capacity crowd at Justin Herman Plaza, San Francisco.Read More
Egypt’s Karim Abdel Gawad and Mohamed ElShorbagy marked their Oracle NetSuite Open debuts with gripping five-game semifinal victories, while Nicol David made quick work of Dipika Pallikal Karthik to reach her maiden final Friday night at Justin Herman Plaza.Read More
Diego Elias (r) eliminated three seed Nick Matthew in four games. For the second year in a row, Peru’s Diego Elias has made a surprise run to the Oracle NetSuite Open semifinals, while England’s Sara-Jane Perry dethroned defending champion Laura Massaro in the first women’s semifinal Thursday night in Justin Herman Plaza. Twenty-year-old Elias and […]Read More
The first day of Oracle NetSuite Challenge Court play saw Mohamed ElShorbagy and James Willstrop set up a Friday night semifinal, while women’s two seed Nicol David edged a five-game match against Victoria Lust 12-10 in the fifth at Bay Club San Francisco.Read More
The first round of 2017 Oracle NetSuite Open main draw play saw seven of the eight men’s and women’s seeds progress to the quarterfinals, with Peru’s Diego Elias and India’s Dipika Pallikal Karthik pulling off the sole upsets Tuesday at Bay Club San Francisco, Bay Club Redwood Shores and the University Club of San Francisco.
The traditional courts made for close matches throughout the three clubs.Read More
Round one of the 2017 Oracle NetSuite Open is underway at Bay Club San Francisco Tuesday afternoon.
While we are still one day away from action on the glass court, fans can follow round one live scores from all venues and watch live streams from Bay Club San Francisco and Bay Club Redwood Shores.Read More
The 2017 Oracle NetSuite Open men’s and women’s main draws are complete following Monday night’s qualifying finals at Bay Club San Francisco and the Olympic Club. Qatar’s Abdulla Al Tamimi pulled off the biggest upset of the day in the men’s draw, taking out France’s one seed Gregoire Marche. The women’s draw saw three Canadian women progress to the main draw.Read More
The field of thirty-two Oracle NetSuite Open qualifiers is down to sixteen qualifying finalists after the opening day of play in San Francisco Sunday afternoon at Bay Club San Francisco and the University Club.
The first match of the day produced the biggest upset when Egyptian world No. 95 Nouran El Torky defeated France’s world No. 26 Coline Aumard.Read More