There is a bumper entry for the historic London Grand Prix – the final stop of a series which goes back to the 1996/97 series.

A total of 197 players will compete across the Banded events and the four open singles competitions at Redbridge Sports & Leisure Centre over the weekend.

The top seed in the Men’s Singles is Grigory Vlasov, a multiple winner over the years and who prevailed at the Preston and Gloucester Grands Prix earlier this season.

He is followed by Last season’s Gloucester winner Radoslav Kamberov, Larry Trumpauskas and 2022/23 Crawley GP winner Josh Bennett. This season’s Crawley winner, Mihai Nemacuic, is also in the field.

The top seed in the Women’s Singles is national Under-21 champion Tianer Yu, who tasted victory at last season’s Crawley event, and she is followed in the seedings by Hannah Silcock, Elena Todirca and Ewelina Sychta.

Please note, the event is fully subscribed and it is unlikely that scratch entries will be accepted on the day.

Grands Prix will transition to Tiered Open Tournaments over the next two seasons as the Competition Review is implemented. Click here to read more about this or watch the video below.