French Junior Open : The world squash's continuation ready to set the club on fire

Written by Floriane Nizard

Lille is getting ready to plunge into the world of junior squash with the Open de France Juniors 2024, and the least we can say is that it promises to be grandiose.


The future stars of international squash will be in Lille. 

Our young prodigies are ready to rock the courts at the Open de France Juniors. They've been working hard for a year! Competition is all about fun. Expect tight matches, unexpected surprises and unexpected performances.


A high level of competition awaits in every category.

Saoirse Boulanger (in the middle) -  Photo credit: Czech Junior Open

Max Pelikan -  Photo credit: Czech Junior Open

In GU11: 

Saoirse Boulanger, who won 1ʳᵉ at the Czech Junior Open. 


In BU13: 

Max Pelikan, who has won numerous European tournaments and could be formidable for our young French players.

Ali Abdullah -  Photo credit: British Junior Open

Amir Khaled-Jouselin -  Photo credit: British Junior Open


Abdullah Ali, finalist in the British Junior Open, is a big name in the under-15s. In this category, the battle to win will be tough. 



Amir Khaled-Jousselin, who continues to progress and finished 5ᵉ in the British Junior Open. With his track record, he is bound to impress us during this competition.

Ona Blasco -  Photo credit: PSA Couzeix 2023

In GU19 :

Ona Blasco's first appearance at the French Junior Open, and she has every chance of winning the title. A very high level in this category, with players who are often found in international tournaments. 


Stay tuned for all the latest news from the 2024 French Junior Open.  See you on the courts!

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