2022 Tournament of Champions

Grand Central Terminal — January 13 - 21, 2022

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World Class Squash Returns to Grand Central Terminal


For the 24th year, the ToC will welcome all the world's best squash players back to the greatest building in the greatest city in the world.

Truly, the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions. Every match. Every minute.

January 2022

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1980 U.S. Junior Women’s team honored at 2021 ToC Women’s Leadership Awards

  [Above:1980 U.S. Junior Women’s Squash Team] In a virtual program on April 7th, the long running J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Squash Championships honored the 1980 U.S. Junior Women’s Team with its Women’s Leadership award. The five-member teenage team, many traveling outside of the USA for the first time, made the journey to Kungalv, […]

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Dates Revealed for 2022 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions

The prestigious J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions will return to New York’s iconic Grand Central Terminal between January 13-21, 2022. The global COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation of the 2021 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, which was the first time since 1998 – during the renovation of Grand Central Terminal – the event had […]

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From Squash Engine President John Nimick

During this unprecedented time, all of us at Squash Engine send our best wishes for wellness and health to our supporters of the Oracle NetSuite Open, the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions, their families, and to the players and coaches of the PSA Pro Tour. We are monitoring all developments regarding COVID-19 both in California […]

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Forbes: How Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal Became The Site Of A Prestigious Professional Squash Event

[Above: Camille Serme of France returns a shot from Nour El Sherbini of Egypt, during the Dubai World Series. (image: Associated Press)] Article courtesy of Forbes By Tim Casey Each day, an estimated 200,000 people walk through Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall in midtown Manhattan. They pass by on their way to catch a train […]

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Stellar Serme Lifts Second ToC Title; ElShorbagy Reclaims World No. 1 Ranking With Third Title

France’s Camille Serme and Egypt’s Mohamed ElShorbagy both extended their J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions legacies with their second and third titles, respectively, Friday, January 17, in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.

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RAM Challenge Showcases New Scoring System and World Champions Ahour and Matthew

[Above: Nick Matthew (l) and Ramy Ashour] Finals day of the 2020 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions featured a special showcase of Ramy Ashour’s ‘RAM Scoring System’ in the inaugural RAM Challenge with the three-time world and ToC champion taking on England’s three-time world champion Nick Matthew on the Squash Engine Challenge Court in New […]

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Serme and Momen Pull off Five-Game Upsets to Reach Second Career ToC Finals

France’s Camille Serme and Egypt’s Tarek Momen are both set to make their second final appearance at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions following major five-game upsets against Egypt’s world No. 3 Nouran Gohar and world No. 1 Ali Farag.

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World’s Top Four Men to Contest ToC Semifinals; Three-Time Champion El Sherbini to Meet King

The top-four-ranked men in the world—all Egyptians—will contest the 2020 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions semifinals after world No. 3 Karim Abdel Gawad and world No. 2 Mohamed ElShorbagy progressed, while Egypt’s three-time ToC women’s champion Nour El Sherbini will meet New Zealand’s Joelle King in the semis following the second half of the men’s and women’s quarterfinals Wednesday night.

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2020 players — All the World's Best

Ali Farag

Ali Farag

EGY

World No. 1

Raneem El Welily

Raneem El Welily

EGY

World No. 1

Mohamed ElShorbagy

Mohamed ElShorbagy

EGY

World No. 2

Nour El Sherbini

Nour El Sherbini

EGY

World No. 2

Karim Abdel Gawad

Karim Abdel Gawad

EGY

World No. 3

Nouran Gohar

Nouran Gohar

EGY

World No. 3

Tarek Momen

Tarek Momen

EGY

World No. 4

Nour El Tayeb

Nour El Tayeb

EGY

World No. 4

Paul Coll

Paul Coll

NZL

World No. 5

Camille Serme

Camille Serme

FRA

World No. 5

Simon Rösner

Simon Rösner

GER

World No. 6

Joelle King

Joelle King

NZL

World No. 6

Diego Elias

Diego Elias

PER

World No. 7

Amanda Sobhy

Amanda Sobhy

USA

World No. 7

Mohamed Abouelghar

Mohamed Abouelghar

EGY

World No. 8

Sarah-Jane Perry

Sarah-Jane Perry

ENG

World No. 8

Marina Stefanoni [U19]

Marina Stefanoni [U19]

USA

World No. 64

Gregory Gaultier

Gregory Gaultier

FRA

World No. 12

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2020 ToC Women's Final – Serme vs. El Sherbini

2020 ToC Men's Final – Elshorbagy vs. Momen

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J.P. Morgan ToC's Women's Leadership Program Goes Virtual for 2021

J.P. Morgan ToC's Women's Leadership Program Goes Virtual for 2021

8th Annual ToC Women’s Leadership Awards Program. Join Us to Honor the World Champion 1980 U.S. Junior Women’s Team. An international achievement never equalled in U.S. squash history. Benefiting the PSA Foundation We Are One Player Fund. April 7, 2021 at 12pm

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Unstrung - Three Decades of ToC Champions

Unstrung - Three Decades of ToC Champions

Join us on Facebook Live for ToC Unstrung this Friday, February 19th from 12:00pm – 1:15pm EST.  John Nimick and Will Carlin host ten former or current ToC Champions for frequently unasked and unexpected questions, and defending champions Mohamed Elshorbagy and Camille Serme will send video messages of a different kind. Special guests round out the fun!

Catch the Tournament of Champions Action Online

Catch the Tournament of Champions Action Online

If you can’t get to Grand Central to watch the matches in person, you can still catch all the action live on SQUASH TV.

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Ramy Ashour vs. Nick Matthew – RAM Champion Challenge

Ramy Ashour vs. Nick Matthew – RAM Champion Challenge

The ToC is excited to host the first-ever RAM Champion Challenge featuring three-time World Champion Ramy Ashour. Ramy will be challenged by World Champion Nick “The Wolf” Matthew using RAM scoring, a timed scoring system developed by “The Artist” himself. The champion will hold the inaugural Golden RAM Racquet trophy until a future challenge is accepted and the Golden RAM Racquet goes back in play. Challenge rules from the RAM Team coming soon! http://ramscoring.com/ram-scoring-system.html

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The World's Grandest Squash Championship

Returns January 13 - 21, 2022