Necker Pro Squash Open 2019

15th to 26th July 2019 – Le Caudan Waterfront, Port Louis, Mauritius




Matthieu Castagnet
Paul Coll
Raphael Kendra
Christo Potgietier
Gregoire Marche
Nicolas Mueller
Simon Roesner
Gregory Gaultier
Baptist Massoti
Tarek Shehata
Lucas Serme
Tarek Momen
Benjamin Aubert
Greg Lobban
Adam Aukland
Paul Gonzalez


Coline Aumard
Nele Gillis
Elani Landman
Lume Landman
Anna Serme
Fanny Segers
Raneem El weelely
Delphine Scaoin
Kara Lincou
Donna Lobban
Enora Villard
Lauren Aspinall Baltayon
Melissa Alves
Camille Serme
Chloe Mesic
Coralie Segers

Winners Men

1st – Simon Roesner
2nd – Gregoire Marche
3rd – Paul Coll

Winners Women

1st – Raneem El Weelely
2nd – Camille Serme
3rd – Vanessa Alves

Satellite Events

Demonstration Games for JIOI 

The Necker Pro Squash Open 2019 was a demonstration sport for 10th edition of the JIOI, which was hosted in Mauritius. Some of the best players from each of the Indian Ocean islands were invited to represent their nations to bring this sport to a JIOI level.

JIOI Demo Games Players
Vanessa Florens, Pascale Lincou, Richa Beenessreesingh, Christian Bezandry, Sheen Rmadenee, Loic Lagesse, Charles Mamet, Stephane De Chalain, Billy Patton, Kara Lincou, Irchad Razaali, Angelique Payet, Julliette Mollard, Thierry Babosy

1st – Thierry Babosy
2nd  – Pascale Lincou
3rd – Christian Bezandry

School Awareness

The Necker Pro Squash Open, in collaboration with Vanessa Florens -one of the best Mauritian squash players and manager/coach of the Florens Squash Academy- organised satellite events bringing Squash to Mauritian Schools. Several schools around the island were approached with the purpose of creating awareness for children and parents of the health benefits of squash.

Schools visited in 2019
Paul & Virginie, Tamarin
Ecole du nord, Mapou
Telfair, Telfair
Northfield, Mapou

Necker Pro Squash Mauritius Open 2020 Cancelled Due to COVID-19

The Professional Squash Association has confirmed that the Necker Mauritius Open 2020 Presented by Beachcomber has been postponed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The PSA World Tour Gold tournament - which was rescheduled to take place between August 18-22 following the suspension of the PSA World Tour due to the pandemic - would have been the first PSA event to take place on the picturesque island.
The PSA has been working closely with the tournament promoters in order to hold the tournament following the disruption to the PSA World Tour, but border restrictions in place in Mauritius mean that a decision has been made to cancel the tournament.

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