Ashaway Confirmed As ROWE British Grand Prix Squash Championships Official String

Ashaway is the world’s largest and oldest racket string manufacturer and producers of performance string for many of the world’s leading players including former World No.1 and two time World Champion David Palmer.
 
Paul Smith, Partner at Goode Sport, UK distributors for Ashaway said: “We are proud to be associated with the most prestigious tournament in the UK this year. The event offers us the perfect opportunity to launch UltraNick 18® as used by England’s World No.9, Daryl Selby and with the championships being televised and well covered by the media it offers maximum exposure to Ashaway strings which will be on show in many of the world’s top players’ rackets.”
 
Paul Walters of internationalSPORTgroup added: "The ROWE British Grand Prix – Manchester 2010 promises to be one of the most exciting and eagerly contested events on the PSA World Tour and we are very grateful for the support of Goode Sport, who as well as stringing rackets for all players competing in the championships, will also offer spectators exclusive Ashaway string promotions to add to their overall event experience.”
 
The ROWE British Grand Prix – Manchester 2010, one of only ten Professional Squash Association (PSA) Super Series events in 2010, and the only PSA Super Series ranking event to be staged in the UK this year, will include a star-studded field led by newly crowned World No.1 Nick Matthew of England.
 
Tickets for the ROWE British Grand Prix – Manchester 2010 can now be booked online at www.isportgroup.com/ticketing or by telephone on 0844 870 0000.
 
For further information visit the ROWE British Grand Prix – Manchester 2010 Official Website www.britishsquashgrandprix.com or email info@isportgroup.com
 
Issued by media@isportgroup.com on behalf of the ROWE British Grand Prix – Manchester 2010

Event promoters internationalSPORTgroup have announced Ashaway as the Official String Partner of the ROWE British Grand Prix Squash Championships to be staged in Manchester, England from the 15th to 20th September.