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Anjema commits to Dutch Open

Dutch ace Laurens Jan Anjema has announced that he will participate in next month’s Dutch Open Squash 2010, which will take place from 16-21 November 2010 at the renowned squash club Victoria Squash in Rotterdam.

The 27-year old from The Hague is experiencing a successful year and is closing in on becoming the first ever Dutch player to reach the world’s top ten. Anjema already won two PSA Tour titles in the beginning of this year in Canada and reached the final of the US Open only ten days ago, in which he went down fighting to Wael el Hindi.

A good result during the PSA 3 Star championship in Rotterdam might mean that the left handed Dutchmen, currently ranked 11th in the world, will break into the top ten, which adds an extra dimension to the high profile tournament on Dutch soil.

Tournament director Tommy Berden also confirmed that Dylan Bennett was granted the wildcard for the main draw of this year’s Dutch Open, providing the 26-year old from Eindhoven, who proved victorious during two PSA tournaments this year, with a chance to boost his current world ranking of 70.

The third biggest squash tournament in Europe in 2010, the Dutch Open will feature a PSA 3 Star event and a WISPA Silver 20 competition, which will attract some of the world’s best male and female players to Rotterdam, also known as the ‘City of Sports’ in Holland.

The Dutch Open Squash 2010 offers a total prize fund of US$55,000 as well as valuable world ranking points for competitors from all over the world.

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