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Five new glass backed squash courts have been officially opened at the University of Hull as it prepares to host the British Open Masters competition in May.

World number three James Willstrop officially opened the courts and was joined by university vice chancellor Calie Pistorius and British Open title sponsor Dr. Assem Allam.

The tournament will run alongside the main British Open event, which will be held at the all-glass court at KC Stadium.

Willstrop said: "As a Yorkshireman it's even more prominent for me that by holding the British Open in Hull we can also create a lasting legacy for students and the local community.

"Sport and in particular squash is really thriving in Yorkshire and these courts will only help to get more people involved in our sport."

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Five new glass backed squash courts have been officially opened at the University of Hull as it prepares to host the British Open Masters competition in May.
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