There is 100 days remaining until the Squash World Cup returns to in Chennai will be returning for the first time in 12 years ©WSF

There are 100 days left until the  Squash World Cup is due to begin in Chennai as the tournament takes place for the first time since 2011 with revamped rules.

The event, due to take place in the Indian city between June 13 and 17, is set to consist of a round robin pool stage, followed by a knockout stage with ties being contested by teams of two men and two women.

Matches will be played will be to seven points, even if they are tied at 6-6, with the a best-of-five games format.

The last World Cup in 2011 was aslo played in Chennai, where an Egypt team consisting of Ramy Ashour, Raneem El Welily and Karim Darwish beat England's James Willstrop, Jenny Duncalf and Tom Richards in the final.