The 2019 U.S. Century Doubles Championships joins New York City squash week alongside the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions this weekend, January 18-21, at the University Club of New York, Heights Casino, New York Athletic Club, Racquet & Tennis Club, Union Club and Apawamis Club.
Celebrating the notion that squash is a lifetime sport, the “Tournament of the Century” requires that the combined age of each team to be one hundred years or greater. The Century brings together partnerships with father & son, father & daughter, husband & wife, twin brothers, brothers and friends alike in a well-spirited, yet competitive weekend of doubles. Ninety teams–including players from Canada and Mexico–will compete across the seven divisions: Open, A, Women’s, Mixed, Grand Champions (80+), Masters (70+) and Legends (60+).
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The tournament has partnered with the ToC for the first time with a delegation of Century Doubles players set to attend the professional singles tournament Sunday night. Finals day will take place on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 21, at the University Club of New York.
After making history in 2018 by becoming the first partnership to win three consecutive Open division titles, Dominic Hughes & Nigel Thain will aim for a fourth title in a row as the top seeds. In Masters division, William Hartigan & Edward Minskoff will hope to emulate Hughes & Thain in winning a fourth consecutive title together.
After pulling off a perfect tournament in 2018 without dropping a game, Katheryn Grant & Lissen Tutrone return to defend their women’s division title. 2018 Grand Champions winner A.R. Vandoren returns with a new partner, Robert Gallucio, in search of a second straight title.
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