Day Four: How To Watch Live

The Allam British Open continues today at the Allam Sport Centre at the University of Hull, with the third round coming to its conclusion. There will be eight matches on the stunning glass court, with places in the quarter finals at stake.

The eight winners yesterday are already guaranteed of a place in the quarter finals of the competition on Friday, but who will join them?

Play gets underway at 12:00 (GMT+1), and you can watch glass court action at the Allam British Open live on SQUASHTV. If you are unable to watch, then you can keep up to date with live scores here.

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Order Of Play

Glass Court

The day’s play starts with No.7 seed Rowan Elaraby taking on USA’s Olivia Fiechter, one of four Americans in action across the day. Both Amanda and Sabrina Sobhy, along with men’s No.1 Shahjahan Khan will also take to the stage. The Sobhys face Jasmine Hutton and Nouran Gohar, respectively, while Khan plays Diego Elias in the final match of the night.

World No.1 Paul Coll will aim to book his place in the last eight of the competition, when he faces Frenchman Gregoire Marche, while there will also be another unseeded player who makes it through to the quarters, as Youssef Soliman and Miguel Rodriguez will do battle for a place.

The sole English player in action on home soil on day four is Patrick Rooney, with the English No.1 taking on Mostafa Asal, aiming to make it into the last eight of a Platinum event for the first time in his career.