The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions is the world’s most important squash tournament, held in Grand Central Terminal. The PSA Tour World Series tournament features the best players on the planet competing for one of the most coveted titles in professional squash and money prizes in the all-glass Oracle NetSuite Challenge court, specially built for this occasion in the Vanderbilt Hall. Freestanding viewing is available to the public for this event, usually taking place in January, while ticketed seats range in price from $8 to $170.
The Tournament of Champions or ToC is the most viewed squash tournament in the world and the only one to have been held in the same venue for over 20 years. It was first held in 1930 and was previously known as the US Professional Championships. The women's competition started in 2001. If you haven't been to a squash tournament before, you will be amazed by its fast-paced action.