ISLAMABAD Pakistan No 1 Aamir Atlas Khan will be the 12th seeded player in the forthcoming British Grand Prix Squash Championship which will be held from September 15 to 20 at Manchester, England. Pakistan No 2 Farhan Mehbbob will is seeded 16th in the prestigious international squash fixture, as local boy Nick Matthew, who is also world number one, will be top seed player. A star-studded field, boasting six former world number one and eight players from the current worlds top 10 will be in action. The $92,500 championship will take place at the National Squash Centre in Sport City and has attracted players from 13 countries, including England, Egypt, France, Australia, Pakistan, India, USA, Brazil, Italy, New Zealand, Germany, South Africa and Scotland. Matthew, who became Englands first World No.1 for six years in June, leads a high-quality international field including Egyptians Ramy Ashour and Amr Shabana, Frenchmen Gregory Gaultier and Thierry Lincou, and Australian David Palmer. Behind Matthew, domestic interest in the UKs premier World Tour event will come from James Willstrop, Daryl Selby, Adrian Grant, Alister Walker and Chris Ryder.