2021 Canadian Squash Championships

Canadian Men's and Women's Open Championships (October 20-24, 2021)
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The 2021 Canadian Men’s and Women’s Open Championships will be run as a PSA Challenger 10 Women’s and Men’s Event.

Only the OPEN division will be run in 2021 with our Masters and Companion categories returning in 2022.

PSA members with tied rankings will be broken based on Squash Canada Club Locker Ratings as of October 1st, 2021.

Wildcards will be given to non-PSA members based on Squash Canada Club Locker Ratings as of September 15th, 2021.

For more information on how to register for the 2021 Canadian Men’s and Women’s Open Championships or to express interest in a Wildcard, please contact Director of Athlete Development Jamie Nicholls at jamie.nicholls@squash.ca

Wildcards will be given to non-PSA members based on Squash Canada Club Locker Ratings as of September 15th, 2021 with priority given to Canadian Senior Athletes and Next Gen Squad Athletes.

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Registration priority will be given first and foremost to PSA Members.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre
3401 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON
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Court Location


Novotel Toronto North York Hotel
3 Park Avenue, Toronto, ON
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  • Guestrooms must be booked by October 1, 2021 – rooms available include:
    • Superior Rooms (1 King Bed) at $149 + taxes/fees
    • Executive Rooms (2 Double Bed) at $179 + taxes/fees
  • To make reservations:
    • Call hotel reservation directly at 416-733-2929 ext.1 or 2 or email reservations@novotelnorthyork.com
    • Mention group name ‘Squash Canada 2021 or block ID# 1613109’
    • Car Parking available at $21 per car per night

2019 Canadian Squash Champions:

  • Men’s Open: Nicholas Sachvie
  • Women’s Open: Samantha Cornett

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Canadian Junior Championships (October 21-24, 2021)
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NOTE: The 2021 Canadian Junior Championships registration is by INVITE ONLY.  Please see criteria below and contact Director of Athlete Development Jamie Nicholls at jamie.nicholls@squash.ca and/or your Provincial/Territorial Association for more information.

Qualification Criteria:

For the 2021 Canadian Junior Championships, to be held October 21st – October 24th in Toronto (venue to be confirmed). Squash Canada will be piloting a limited field and subsequent selection process.

  • Each category (GU13, GU15, GU17, GU19, BU13, BU15, BU17, BU19) will be limited to 16 athletes as follows:
    • Top 10 Club Locker Rated Eligible Players per category as of July 15th, 2021
    • 1 Wildcard Selection to each of AB/BC/ON as nominated by October 1st, 2021
    • 3 Wildcard selections to non-AB/BC/ON P/Ts by application. Selections are to be submitted by the P/Ts on behalf of member athletes by September 7th, 2021. Applications will be reviewed by the Squash Canada Junior and High-Performance Committees and determined by September 15th, 2021. Expressions of Interest Forms for non AB/BC/ON athletes can be found HERE (insert link)

Criteria used for selection will include but not be limited to Club Locker Rating, Head-to-Head Results, Provincial/National Playing Experience, Reference from Provincial/Territorial Coaching Staff, and Regional Diversity. The committee may ask for National physical and technical testing results and/or match play video as required.

Unfilled spots will be awarded to the next highest rated Club Locker eligible athletes as of July 15th, 2021.

Ties in Club Locker Rating will be broken by most recent Head to Head results since January 1st, 2018 and then historical Club Locker Rating (ie. if Player’s A and B both have a 4.5 rating, but Player A most recently had a 4.5 and Player B most recently had a 4.45, Player A will be selected).

Wildcards will be given to non-PSA members based on Squash Canada Club Locker Ratings as of September 15th, 2021 with priority given to Next Gen Squad Athletes.

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The Canadian Junior Championships will be held across two venues.  Most matches will occur at a Toronto area squash club, yet to be announced. Medal matches for certain age categories will occur in Squash Canada’s new, state-of-the-art glass court that will be staged in Toronto’s premiere Yorkdale Shopping Centre, see below information.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre
3401 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON
Website
Court Location

Novotel Toronto North York Hotel
3 Park Avenue, Toronto, ON
Website

  • Guestrooms must be booked by October 1, 2021 – rooms available include:
    • Superior Rooms (1 King Bed) at $149 + taxes/fees
    • Executive Rooms (2 Double Bed) at $179 + taxes/fees
  • To make reservations:
    • Call hotel reservation directly at 416-733-2929 ext.1 or 2 or email reservations@novotelnorthyork.com
    • Mention group name ‘Squash Canada 2021 or block ID# 1613109’
    • Car Parking available at $21 per car per night

2019 Canadian Junior Champions:

  • BU11: Elserafy, Mohamed
  • BU13: Khan, Faazil
  • BU15: Lin, Jacob
  • BU17: Ismail, Nikhil
  • BU19: Flynn, James
  • GU11: Dhaliwal, Veera
  • GU13: Min, Maria
  • GU15: Dweek, Jana
  • GU17: Chadwick, Molly
  • GU19: Orcutt, Charlotte

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Please be advised that closer to the event, tournament COVID-19 safety measures appropriate for conditions at that time will be established in consultation with public health authorities. At this time, it is expected that full vaccination will NOT be mandatory as a condition of participation. However, those who are not fully vaccinated or who may be travelling to the championship from outside Canada may be subject to safety measures that may include but not be limited to wearing of masks during competition, negative tests prior to arrival, daily rapid testing on site and/or quarantine protocols, such expense to be the responsibility of the athlete/family.

Squash Canada also advises that there may be restrictions as to the number of persons permitted in the venue at any given time. It may therefore be prudent to consider this possibility when planning on the number of family members who may travel with the athlete, until such restrictions can be confirmed.

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