Squash legend Jonah Barrington, the six times British Open champion, is heartened by the idea of these three events becoming part of a revival mini-tour. "A British circuit? It works very well. It sets in motion sensible thinking people into talking about squash in a positive way for the first time for years and years. It’s now going to happen for more than just a two-week period!"
Boswell, who will play all three events, is a well-known figure in the West Midlands: The 29-year-old from Canberra represented Birmingham club Edgbaston Priory with distinction in the Premier League - establishing a league-record 25-match unbeaten run over four seasons. With 17 PSA Tour titles to his name to date, Boswell opens his Wolverhampton campaign against Frenchman Jean-Michel Arcucci.
Madeline Perry will arrive in Wolverhampton full of confidence - after stretching Malaysia's world No1 Nicol David to four games in last week's Dutch Open in Amsterdam. The 30-year-old from Belfast begins her bid to win a seventh WISPA Tour title with a first round match against England's Jenna Gates, from Brighton in Sussex.
In the women's final, Perry is expected to meet second seed Laura Lengthorn-Massaro, the England international from Lancashire playing for the first time with a new hyphenated surname acquired after marrying Danny Massaro in the summer.
Women's 1st round draw:
 Madeline Perry (IRL) v Jenna Gates (ENG)
 Tenille Swartz (RSA) v Qualifier
 Dominique Lloyd-Walter (ENG) v Qualifier
 Sarah Kippax (ENG) v Laura Hill (ENG)
 Joshna Chinappa (IND) v Carla Khan (PAK)
 Tricia Chuah (MAS) v Orla Noom (NED)
 Line Hansen (DEN) v Qualifier
 Laura Lengthorn-Massaro (ENG) v Qualifier
Kenya Ladies Open