Each year, the PSA World Tour features over 1000 matches from tournaments across the globe, with the best squash players in the world showing their power and athleticism. The PSA World Championships is the sport’s premiere event, with the World Tour Finals bringing the best of the best together for an end of season tournament.
PSA World Tour Platinum events are the elite level of the Tour, with 48-player draws in stunning locations such as Grand Central Terminal and the Great Pyramid of Giza. PSA World Tour Gold, Silver and Bronze events feature 24-player draws, with events in London, San Francisco, Mauritius.
As well as being able to watch all the action on SQUASHTV, the PSA World Tour is also broadcast around the world.
The semi-finals and finals of all major tournaments will be shown on the following broadcasters, with the exception of Egyptian broadcaster OnSport, who will show the quarter finals onwards of all major tournaments, along with all glass court matches from events in Egypt. Dutch broadcaster Ziggo will not show action live, instead showing highlights of all major events.
Wherever you are around the world, you can catch the best of the action from the PSA World Tour via the following broadcasters:
beIN Sports (Middle East)
BT Sport (United Kingdom)
ON Sport (Egypt)
Oversport (Albania & Kosovo)
Sky Sports (New Zealand)
Super Sport (Pan-Africa)
Viacom18 (Indian Sub-continent)
SQUASHTV is the only place to watch every match live, with over 600 hours of live squash each year, along with an extensive archive of over 5000 match replays, plus features, interviews, coaching videos and more.