The Canary Wharf Classic is London’s leading squash tournament and we’ve teamed up with the organiser to offer readers some fantastic prizes.
This sell-out event brings the world’s leading players to the spectacular East Wintergarden venue, with world number four Omar Mosaad of Egypt this year’s No.1 seed.
Mosaad will be attempting to become the first Egyptian champion as the tournament enters its 13th year. Although every ticket has sold out, readers of The Wharf still have the chance to be there thanks to a competition launched in conjunction with the Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf.
One lucky winner will receive two tickets for the final on Friday, March 11, plus a room for two and breakfast at the Radisson near Canary Wharf, which features a range of top quality facilities and unrivalled views across the Thames.
For a chance to win just answerthis simple question: Who is the top seed for the 2016 Canary Wharf Squash Classic?
To enter email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, February 25.
There are also three runners-up prizes of a pair of tickets to see the exciting first round action on Monday, March 7, in Canary Wharf.
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