Everything you need to know about the 2018 WSF World Juniors …
|Tue 17th||Opening Ceremony||17.15 ISA|
|Wed 18th||Individual Early Rounds||10.00-20.00 ISA|
|Thu 19th||Last 32||13.00-18.30 ISA|
|Fri 20th||Last 16||11.00-15.40 ISA|
|Sat 21st||Individual Quarter Finals||14.00-18.30 EA|
|Sun 22nd||Individual Semi Finals||16.00-20.00 EA|
|Mon 23rd||Individual Finals & Ceremony||17.00-19.00 EA|
|Tue 24th||Team Pools Day One||ISA|
|Wed 25th||Team Pools Day Two||ISA|
|Thu 26th||Teams Last 16||ISA & EA|
|Fri 27th||Teams Quarters||EA|
|Sat 28th||Teams Semis||EA|
|Sun 29th||Teams Finals||EA|
|Indian Squash Academy||116A EVR PeriyarSalai Nehru Park Chennai 600084|
|Express Avenue Shopping Mall||Whites Road Express Estate Chennai|
Entry is FREE, but passes will be issued to control seating at the Mall.
The tournament will be providing all meals at the Hotel for all Players, Parents and Coaches.
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The Logo for the ‘WSF World Junior Championships 2018, Chennai’ is inspired by two elements… the traditional South Indian ‘Kolam’ and the spirit of the game!
Chennai is a historical city known for its tradition and heritage. One aspect of the South Indian culture is the practice of drawing Kolam in front of households at dawn or at dusk. A pattern drawn using rice powder, the Kolam is considered an auspicious sign signalling prosperity.
The Logo interestingly brings together the universality of the game Squash, with a regional significance, to create a property that is fresh, interesting and at the same time ‘relevant’.
The WSF World Junior Championships are an annual event to determine the best Junior Squash Players in the world.
Although the ISRF World Junior Team Championship started in 1980 there had been a forerunner operating since 1972.
In England it was decided to start a team event to coincide with the British Junior Open, and the first was held between 11 / 13 April 1973. Four countries, England, Scotland, Wales and Sweden took part at the courts of the National Westminster Bank Sports Ground in South London, playing for a shield presented by the Bank. The event was titled the Junior International Festival.
Every year until 1980 the unofficial international festival was staged, gaining in numbers and breadth of International competition.
Prior to 1980 there was no individual event to accompany the unofficial team events, which tended to be played in conjunction with existing junior open championships.
Until 2009 the events were held biannually, but since then both individual events have been held annually, with the team event alternating between Boys and Girls.