WIndy City Open Regional Skill Level Championship Regional Adult Championship

Entry Form

Tournament Dates: 04/15/2016, 2001-01-01, 2001-01-01 - 04/17/2016

US Squash members can track the action during the event with the Live Scoreboard.
Live Scoreboard
University Club of Chicago
Facility Phone: 312-726-2840
Contact (click name to email): John Rooney:
Contact Phone: 3126962265

Divisions: Check Starting Times
  • Men 2.5 Singles (5 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 3.0 Singles (11 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 3.5 Singles (15 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 4.0 Singles (12 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 4.5 Singles (12 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 40+ Singles (No Entrants)
  • Men 5.0 Singles (4 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 5.5 Singles (5 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 50+ Singles (No Entrants)
  • Men 60+ Singles (No Entrants)
  • Women 2.0 Singles (No Entrants)
  • Women 3.0 Singles (No Entrants)
  • Women 4.0 Singles (No Entrants)
  • Women 5.0 Singles (No Entrants)

Please refer to the above tabs for all information about this tournament


Entry Deadline:

  • Regular tournament entry is until 04/06/16 at 12pm NOON EST at $95
  • Student tournament entry at $65


Entries after this will be accepted on a case by case basis.

Non-members of US squash are charged an addional $15 fee



NO REFUNDS will be issued to players who withdraw after the regular entry deadline

Champions and Finalist Information

Champions and finalists from each of the Regional Championships are eligible for free entry into the US National Skill Levels Championships.  US Squash will reach out to all winners and finalists of each Regional Championship to offer free entry to these players in the Skill Level Championships.

Skill Level Information

For Regional Championships, a player’s rating must be in appropriate rating range or below prior to the tournament start date in order to compete in the Regional Championship.  Players may "play up", but may not play in a rating division below the specified range for that division.  For example, if a player has a 4.713 skill rating, they may play in a 5.0 division or above.  They would not be able to participate in the 4.5 division, or any division lower than their player rating.  Note that players can always play up, but they cannot play down.



  • 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 a player's rating, followed by a review by a seedings committee.


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. 


How to Withdraw or Change Divisions in a 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.  
  1. Go to the “tournaments” tab on your player profile.  
  1. Click on “Withdraw/Change Division” next to the tournament you would like either withdraw from or request a division change.  
  1. Select “Request Change Division” or “Request Withdraw/Refund”  
  1. If selecting “Request Change Division,” select the division you would like to change to and click “Submit.”  
  1. If selecting “Request Withdraw/Refund” read all US Squash policies and check the “Yes, I wish to withdraw” box and click “Submit.”  
  1. 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.  



  • NO REFUNDS will be issued to players who withdraw from the main draw after the regular entry deadline. 
  • All players MUST be current US Squash members.