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Rochester ProAm: enjoy world-class squash – with friends and family

Semi-final Rochester ProAm 2016 Lewis Walter (R) vs Jan van den Herrewegen who won 3-1.

Start enjoying squash early (and often)

Martin Heath, UR coach and former squash world-ranked #3, hits with his son, Cam, after ProAm 2015 action.

Mithun Mukherjee and his son Maanav at the 2016 Rochester ProAm

At the Rochester 2016 ProAm, proud grandfather, Andy Stern, introduces Azalea Bennett to squash as her mom, Abby Stern Bennett, provides gentle support. Azalea soon discovered that squash is yummy.

Great squash starts in Rochester! Rochester ProAm players are rising stars

Rochester 2012 ProAm winner Ali Farag is cheered by the audience. Farag beat Clinton Leeuw, 3-1. As of September 2016, Farag is the PSA world ranked #10 player.

Top collegiate players challenge the pros

Mario Yanez (MEX, UR #1) plays Jesus Camacho (MEX) in Round 1 of 2016 ProAm. Camacho won 3-2.

Tomotaka Endo (JAP, UR #3) vs Supreet Singh in qualifying round #2. Singh won 3-2 in 44 minutes. In the previous round, Singh beat former UR player and tournament director, Oscar Lopez, 3-1 in 45 minutes.

Master of "it doesn't get more exciting than this", Tomotaka Endo, up 2-1 in games teeters the crowd on the edge of their seats with a tie-breaker that ends with Singh winning 18-16 to tie the match - and with Singh ultimately taking the match with a 11-8 win in the fifth game.

Rochester ProAm play never ceases to delight the audience

2016 Rochester ProAm finalists

Jan van den Herrewegen (L) and Martin Knight (R), winner, with Oscar Lopez, tournament director.

Hazlow Electronics: 2016 Rochester ProAm Title Sponsor

Thomson Chew, incoming president of the Rochester Squash Racquets Association, recognizes Andy Publow for his continued support of the Rochester ProAm. The Rochester ProAm squash tournament is made possible solely by support from the Rochester squash community.