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Oracle NetSuite Open Day Three: How To Watch Live

The Oracle NetSuite Open quarter finals take place today at San Francisco’s Squash Engine Court in Embarcadero Plaza, as the remaining 16 players battle for the tournament’s joint-highest ever prize fund.

All remaining players in the men's and women's draws are in action, after eight engrossing matches yesterday. Once again, every match today is a best of three on the iconic glass court in San Francisco.

You can catch all the action LIVE on SQUASHTV (worldwide). Sign up to SQUASHTV now using the promo code SEASONWEB15 to get 15 months for the price of 12!

The day’s play begins at 13:00 local time (GMT-7) with a blockbuster matchup, as men's top seed Mohamed ElShorbagy faces Egyptian compatriot and former World No.1 Karim Abdel Gawad.

Any hopes for a home winner lie with women's No.2 seed Amanda Sobhy. The 28-year-old is the sole American left after Olivia Fiechter and Spencer Lovejoy crashed out yesterday. Sobhy faces Fiechter's round one opponent, Wales' No.8 seed Tesni Evans, at 19:30.

Elsewhere, women's top seed Nouran Gohar faces fellow Egyptian and No.6 seed Salma Hany and New Zealand's No.5 seed Joelle King plays Egypt's No.4 seed Hania El Hammamy. England's No.3 seed Sarah-Jane Perry completes the day's action at 21:00, she faces Indian No.7 seed Joshna Chinappa.

Meanwhile, in the men's draw, Egypt's No.5 seed Marwan ElShorbagy plays New Zealand's No.4 seed Paul Coll, No.3 seed Tarek Momen faces No.7 seed Mostafa Asal in an all-Egyptian encounter, and Wales' No.8 seed Joel Makin is up against No.2 seed Ali Farag.

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To celebrate Women's Squash Week, the match between Joelle King and Hania El Hammamy will be streamed live for free on Facebook (worldwide except Egypt).

You can catch all the action LIVE on SQUASHTV (worldwide) and can buy tickets from the tournament site.

Sign up to SQUASHTV now using the promo code SEASONWEB15 to get 15 months for the price of 12!

You can also keep up with the live scores from the event here.

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