The main draw of the Betty Griffin Memorial Florida Open, PSA M10 event begins on Thursday December 3 with ten nations represented in a draw that showcases the global appeal of the sport.
Pakistan’s Farhan Khan is the favourite to take the title and picked up his last PSA World Tour crown two months ago at the Any Presence Open.
The World No.64 followed that up with a runner-up finish at the Life Time Fitness Chicago Open later on in the month but failed to make it past round one at the Men’s PSA World Championship on his last PSA World Tour appearance.
The number one seed kicks off his tournament against Juan Gomez Dominguez in the opening round, a match that he is a heavy favourite for given that Dominguez has made it beyond the first round just once before.
Indian teenager Kush Kumar is also battling for the title and appears at his last PSA World Tour event of 2015, a year that has seen him claim his maiden PSA World Tour crown at the City of Devonport Tasmanian Open in addition to breaking into the world’s top 100 players.
Kumar will be looking to wrap up the year in style and gets his event under way against Cameron Stafford.
Number three seed Arthur Gaskin is looking to put his disappointment at last month’s Cleveland Skating Club Open behind him where he narrowly missed out on capturing a third PSA World Tour title to Andrew Wagih Shoukry.
The Irishman faces off with Amaad Fareed in round one as the pair do battle for a place in the quarter-final stage.
Shahjahan Khan meanwhile is a dark horse for the title and is looking to improve on his last eight finish here last year. Khan, who won the Colony Ford Lincoln NSA Open against Gaskin in August, will play Indian qualifier Vikram Malhotra when the main draw gets under way.
Main Draw: PSA M10, Betty Griffin Memorial Florida Open, Boca Raton, United States
 Farhan Zaman (PAK) v [Q] Juan Gomez Dominguez (MEX)
[Q] Mohamed Nabil (EGY) v  Angus Gillams (ENG)
 Mike Lewis (USA) v [WC] Joe Lee (ENG)
[Q] Vikram Malhotra (IND) v  Shahjahan Khan (PAK)
 Arthur Gaskin (IRL) v Amaad Fareed (PAK)
[Q] Mauricio Sedano (GUA) v  Christopher Binnie (JAM)
 Reuben Phillips (ENG) v Josue Enriquez (GUA)
Cameron Stafford (CAY) v  Kush Kumar (IND)