1964 Men's British Open Squash Championship

The 1964 British Open Championship was held at the Lansdowne Club in London from 25 November - 4 December 1963.
Roshan Khan seeded four pulled out of the main draw with an elbow injury to be replaced by lucky loser Sami Nadim. Abdelfattah Abou Taleb defeated Mike Oddy in the final. Aftab Jawaid won the third place play off by beating defending champion Mo Khan 9-6 5-9 5-9 10-8 9-1.[1]

British Open Squash Championships
26th British Open Championships
Details
LocationLondon, England
VenueLansdowne Club
← 1963
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SeedsEdit

Draw and resultsEdit

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First qualifying roundEdit

  Sherif Afifi beat   Peter Fuente w/o
  John Skinner beat   Terry Pickering 3-9 9-1 9-10 9-3 9-1
  Arthur Catherine beat   Henry Macintosh 4-9 6-9 9-7 9-4 9-7
  Richard Hawkey beat   John Mocatte 9-5 9-3 9-4
  Maged Abaza beat   Ken Watson 2-9 9-6 9-1 9-0
  Samir Nadim beat   George Chisholm 9-6 9-5 10-9
  Jeremy Lyon beat   Tony Gathercole 6-9 9-1 9-3 9-4
  Aly Abdel Aziz beat   Pat Kirton 9-0 9-3 9-1
  Mike Corby beat   Sharif Khan 9-5 9-7 9-3

Second qualifying roundEdit

  Lyon beat   Nadim 9-1 1-9 5-9 10-9 10-8
  Catherine beat   Richard Hawkey 9-7 9-3 5-9 5-9 9-5
  Gerald Massy beat   Abaza 9-3 9-0 9-1
  Skinner beat   Afifi 9-5 9-0 10-9
  Aziz beat   Corby 9-6 9-1 4-9 9-6

Main drawEdit

First round Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
1   Mo Khan 9 9 9
  Gerald Massy 7 4 3 1   Mo Khan 9 4 9 9
  Tewfik Shafik 9 9 9   Shafik 1 9 5 5
  John Skinner 2 0 3 1   Mo Khan 1 6 2
  Mike Oddy 9 9 9   Oddy 9 9 9
  Aly Abdel Aziz 3 1 4   Oddy 9 9 9
  Kamal Zaghloul 1 9 5 9 9   Zaghloul 5 5 3
3   Ken Hiscoe 9 5 9 5 5   Oddy 3 7 0
2   Abdelfattah Abou Taleb 9 10 9 2   Taleb 9 9 9
  Jeremy Lyon 7 8 2 2   Taleb 9 9 9
  Arthur Catherine 0 2 8   Amin 3 2 0
  Ibrahim Amin 9 9 10 2   Taleb 9 9 9
  Denis Hughes 2 9 7 1   Jawaid 3 7 1
  Aftab Jawaid 9 5 9 9   Jawaid 10 9 7 10
  Muhammad Yasin 9 9 9   Yasin 9 6 9 8
  Samir Nadim 2 4 0
Preceded by
1963
British Open Squash Championships
England (London)

1964
Succeeded by
1965

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Times Archives 1963 Open Championship". Oxfordshire Libraries.
  2. ^ "Squash Rackets". The Times Archives.