The 2022/23 PSA World Tour season reaches its conclusion this week with the final tournament of the campaign, the CIB PSA World Tour Finals, bringing the curtain down on the season.
The last event of the season kicks off tomorrow (Tuesday June 20) at the brand new EDNC SODIC venue in Cairo, Egypt, with the tournament ending on Sunday June 25.
The top eight players on the CIB Road to Egypt Standings face off for the final title of the campaign, with points on offer throughout the PSA World Tour season, while winners of the Platinum events and the World Champions automatically locked in their places.
Players are split into two groups with one of each of the 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 seeding brackets allocated into each group. Each player will play the other three members of their group over the first four days of the event, with the top two from each group going through to the semi-finals.
For more information on how the CIB PSA World Tour Finals work, you can watch our explainer video here.
The draw throws up some exciting match-ups in the group stages, with World No.1 Nouran Gohar and World No.3 Hania El Hammamy reigniting their rivalry in Group A.
In the men’s draw, reigning champion Mostafa Asal, who’s aiming for a third World Tour Finals success in a row, meets top seed Diego Elias on the second day of the group stage.
There could be change at the top of the Men’s and Women’s World Rankings, with Nour El Sherbini vying for a return to the summit, while Elias is also hoping to reclaim top spot.
Two, new rules will be trialled during the event, with power plays and sudden death in use – more information on those rules
Play begins on Tuesday June 20 at 19:30 (GMT+3) and you can watch all the action live on SQUASHTV.
The semi-finals and the finals will be also be available to watch on the channels of contracted broadcast partners.
Admission for the tournament is free.