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Ashaway Appointed Official String of British Open Squash

England Squash & Racketball (ESR) has appointed Ashaway as Official String Partner for The Allam British Open Squash Championships to be staged at The Airco Arena in Hull, England from 11th to 17th May.

Chris Nutley, ESR Operations Director, said: “This year’s event has again attracted all of the world’s best players and promises to be one of the most eagerly contested championships in its illustrious history. Preparations are well under way and we are delighted to welcome Ashaway as the Official String Partner.”
Ashaway is committed to the advancement of racket string technology. Squash is at the core of their business.
Paul Smith, Managing Director, Ashaway Europe: “We are proud and excited to be associated once more with the world’s most prestigious tournament. Ashaway is the worlds leading squash string and the British Open is always a great showcase for our brand.”
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The Allam British Open Squash will be held at The Airco Arena in Hull, East Yorkshire from 11-17 May.
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England Squash & Racketball is the national governing body, responsible for the development and promotion from grass roots to elite performance.  Over 500,000 people play squash on a regular basis and ESR promotes squash and racketball with national campaigns around the country, junior development and also leading international tournaments such as the British Junior Open, British Open and PSA World Men’s Championship in 2013.  Sport can make lives better for individuals, families and whole communities and through the Squash and Racketball Foundation, there is the chance to play squash and racquetball at the heart of their community.
Ashaway is best known for manufacturing the world class racket strings used by many of the world's leading professional players. As the only United States manufacturer of racket strings, Ashaway stands alone in meeting the stringing needs of tennis, squash, racquetball and badminton players.