Squash On Fire Summer Bronze (16-Player Draws) Junior Bronze

Tournament Dates: 06/15/2019 - 06/16/2019

US Squash members can track the action during the event with the Live Scoreboard.
Live Scoreboard
Squash on Fire (Directions)
2233 M St NW
Washington, DC 20037
Facility Phone: 202-241-2233
Contact (click name to email): Karan Malik: kmalik@squashonfire.com
Contact Phone: N/A
Web Site: www.squashonfire.com

Divisions: Check Starting Times
  • BU11 Singles (No Entrants)
  • BU13 Singles (No Entrants)
  • BU15 Singles (No Entrants)
  • BU17 Singles (No Entrants)
  • BU19 Singles (4 Entrants)  View draw
  • GU11 Singles (No Entrants)
  • GU13 Singles (No Entrants)
  • GU15 Singles (7 Entrants)  View draw
  • GU17 Singles (No Entrants)
  • GU19 Singles (No Entrants)

Please refer to the above tabs for all information about this tournament
Saturday, June 15 2019, all players need to be available starting at 8:00am EST. 
Sunday, June 16 2019, all players need to be available until 4:00pm EST. 
Tournament Timeline    
Registration Deadline and cutlist created Wednesday, June 05, 2019 12:00pm
Late Withdrawal Penalties Monday, June 10, 2019 12:00pm
Registration Taken Down & Draw Sizes Lock Tuesday, June 11, 2019 12:00pm
Player Start Times pubished Wednesday, June 12, 2019 5:00pm
Waitlist Management - until Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:00pm
Online Draws Available Thursday, June 13, 2019 5:00pm

Entry Deadline and Fees 
Early Tournament Entry is until 5/14/19 at 12:00pm, NOON EST at $90*
Regular Tournament Entry is until 6/5/19 at 12:00pm, NOON EST at $110* 
Late Tournament Entry is after 6/5/19 at 12:00pm, NOON EST at $125* 
*Includes a non-refundable $10 processing charge per entrant. 

  • NO REFUNDS will be issued to players who withdraw from the main draw after the regular entry deadline. 
  • Please read through the Junior Rules, Guidelines, and Timelines for all policies governing Junior Accredited Tournaments. 
  • All players who withdraw after 12:00pm, NOON EST on the Monday prior to the start of the tournament will receive a ranking penalty as described in the Junior Rules, Guidelines, and Timelines


  • All players who sign up after the regular entry deadline are considered late entries. These players should assume that they are on the waitlist unless they have been told otherwise by the Tournament Director.


  • This tournament is accredited by US Squash. 
  • All US Squash Accredited Tournaments must abide by the policies outlined here


Code of Conduct 

  • All Players, Parents, Coaches, and Spectators must abide by the US Squash Code of Conduct
  • All Players, Parents, Coaches, and Spectators should review the Rules of the Road for tips and tricks on how to manage common scenarios that may occur at tournaments. 


Protective Eyewear 

  • All players and attendees must comply with the US Squash Eyewear Policy, which requires that eyewear meet ASTM-F803 standards at all times during accredited play. 


Cut List 

  • All age divisions are open to the highest ranked 32 eligible players who enter per division. If less than 32 players enter per division, any eligible player will be accepted. If there are more than 32 players in any division, players will be placed on a waitlist based on their ranking and will only be granted entry if a playing position becomes available. 
  • NOTE: In divisions with waitlisted players, the 30 highest ranked eligible players will gain entry into the tournament. The remaining two players to be admitted into the event will be notified within 48 hours of the release of the Cut List. This is to allow a grace period for any potential registration errors. 



  • Tournament seeding is based off of the rankings calculation that occurs on the Wednesday 1.5 weeks before the start of the tournament. Players will be seeded in accordance with the Seeding Guidelines


Division and Player Start Times 

  • Division Start Times indicate the earliest possible match time a player can expect to play within their division.  
  • Player Start Times indicate the first match time for each player. 
  • Both Division and Player Start Times will be released in accordance with the Junior Rules, Guidelines, and Timelines


How to Withdraw or Change Divisions in a Junior Bronze, Silver, Gold, JCT, or National Championship Tournament  


If a player wants to either withdraw from a tournament or request to change divisions, follow the directions outlined below:  


  1. Log in to your account.  
  2. Go to the “tournaments” tab on your player profile.  
  3. Click on “Withdraw/Change Division” next to the tournament you would like either withdraw from or request a division change.  
  4. Select “Request Change Division” or “Request Withdraw/Refund”  
  5. If selecting “Request Change Division,” select the division you would like to change to and click “Submit.”  
  6. If selecting “Request Withdraw/Refund” read all US Squash policies and check the “Yes, I wish to withdraw” box and click “Submit.”  
  7. Once you submit your request, you will receive an email that states that your request has been sent to the Tournament Director.  If you have not received an email indicating that your request has been processed within 48 hours, please follow up with the tournament director.  


All of the Withdraw and Change Division Policies can be found by clicking here.

Squash on Fire

2233 M St NW
Washington, DC 20037

Practice Court Info

There are practice courts available at Squash on Fire up until the start of the Tournament.  Squash On Fire is a facility that is open to the public -- no membership is required. You can easily book your court online, pay and then show up and play!

Courts are available on a first booked, first served basis. Go to Advantage Booking to create an account, schedule and confirm your reservation. 

The glass exhibition courts are Courts #1 and #8, and will likely book quickly. Many finals and semi finals matches will be played on these exhibition courts.

Court reservations are priced at $20 per court (off peak) or $40 (peak.) Each court reservation is for 45 minutes. 

If you have any questions about booking a court, please call (202)-241-2233 or email contact@squashonfire.com.

Washington DC Sightseeing.  There is a good information page on Washington DC's tourist attractions at this page.


The most convenient place to eat and enjoy the matches will be courtside at the Upper West Side Cafe. The menu is designed to be fresh and healthy while offering a combination of small plates, as well as delicious main dishes like our Thai Grilled Shrimp Salad, Curry Chicken, or Veal Piccata. Or enjoy Smoothies and Fresh Juices to give you a boost!    
Washingtonian's Top Restaurants Finder Webpage. (Select the criteria by food, cheap eats, location, etc).
Rasika, located within one block of the tournament hotels, is widely considered to be one of the top Indian restaurants in the United States. 


Tournament Hotel:

The Wink Hotel, located within a 3 minute walk, is offering 10% off their rates. The hotel is located at 1143 New Hampshire Ave. NW Washington, DC 20037.

Book online CLICK HERE


There is no need to have a car. There are many restaurant options within a few blocks of the hotel.

PARKING OPTIONS: If you do drive a car, there is on street meter parking with a two hour limit on Saturday. You can park on the street all day on Sunday (no time limit). PMI Parking Garage is open after 5 pm Friday and all day on the weekend (2300 M St NW, beneath Westin - you access garage by going down 24th St NW). Squash On Fire validates for three hours at a cost of $10.


You can fly into the DC area via the three regional airports -- Washington Reagan, Washington Dulles and Baltimore Washington (BWI) Airports. Amtrak provides two trains per hour from New York and Boston into Union Station, which is 20 minutes via public transportation to the Squash on Fire venue.

United has many nonstops into Dulles, while American provides many nonstops into Reagan and Southwest provides many nonstops into Baltimore Washington Airport. There are Amtrak and low cost MARC commuter trains (see the info for the "Penn" line) from BWI to Washington DC. Reagan Airport is most convenient to the venues. Reagan is the easiest to use if you plan on using public transportation to get to and from the airport and would have the cheapest cab fares to all the venues.

Southwest Airlines now flies in to Reagan and has a major hub at BWI, which normally has the lowest fares of the three airports.

Estimated times using public transportation from each airport (not counting waiting time for departing trains and buses, but counting walking time to Squash on Fire):

Reagan -- 20-25 minutes

Dulles -- 1 hour

BWI -- 1 hour 15 minutes to 1 hour 45 minutes

Estimated Uber fares and time for Uber X, assuming no surge pricing and travel during off peak hours:

Reagan -- $17-$22, 12-20 minutes.

Dulles -- $40-$50, 30-45 minutes.

BWI -- $50-$60, 45-60 minutes.

Taxis are more expensive, but each airport has plentiful taxi service.

Using public transit to get to the courts:

Reagan: This link explains.

Dulles: This link explains.

BWI: This link explains. Your cheapest fare will be using the MARC train or WMATA Express Bus options. The fastest option is the Amtrak train, assuming you don't have to wait for it.


The most convenient place to eat near the main Squash on Fire venue is the Upper West Side Cafe, located inside the facility. The food is excellent! It's a full-service menu for breakfast, lunch, through to dinner and is designed to be fresh and healthy.

Here are local food writers' top picks for dining in Washington DC:

Washingtonian Magazine's Cheap Eats

Washington Post's Top Restaurants

Washingtonian's Top 100 Restaurants

Washingtonian's Top Restaurants Finder Webpage. (Filter by food, cheap eats, location, etc).

Rasika, located within one block of the tournament hotels, is widely considered to be one of the top Indian restaurants in the United States.