The Kuwait Men’s World Open 2009, a first-class squash event where the Egyptian Amr Shabana won the World Open Title for the fourth time, have just finished. And the series of events continues with the Punj Lloyd Master (5th – 10th December). The Masters (152.500 US$) are the first PSA Super Series to be carried out in India after twelve years and the promoters decided to have the ASB ShowGlassCourt just like in Kuwait.
And also the last big tournament of the year – the Saudi International (13th – 10th December 2009) will be carried out on an ASB ShowGlassCourt. During this tournament with a prize money of 250.000 US$, the 32 top players of the world will again rely on the quality and reliability of this court. In addition to many other advantages it is especially the even ball rebound of the walls and the floor, which is highly appreciated by the players.