1998 Men's World Open Squash Championship

The 1998 PSA Men's Mahindra World Open Squash Championship is the men's edition of the 1998 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place in Doha in Qatar from 27 November to 5 December 1998. Jonathon Power won his first World Open title, defeating Peter Nicol in the final.[1]

Men's World Open 1998
22nd PSA World Squash Championship
LocationQatar Doha, Qatar
Date(s)November 27 – December 5, 1998
PSA World Tour
CategoryPSA World Open
Prize money$ 175,000
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionCanada Jonathon Power
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upScotland Peter Nicol
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsAustralia Anthony Hill
Belgium Stefan Casteleyn
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SeedsEdit

  1.   Peter Nicol (Final)
  2.   Jonathon Power (Champion)
  3.   Rodney Eyles (Second Round)
  4.   Alex Gough (Quarterfinals)
  5.   Ahmed Barada (Quarterfinals)
  6.   Paul Johnson (Third Round)
  7.   Anthony Hill (Semifinals)
  8.   Simon Parke (Third Round)
  9.   Mark Chaloner (First Round)
  10.   Chris Walker (Third Round)
  11.   Dan Jenson (Second Round)
  12.   Mark Cairns (Second Round)
  13.   Del Harris (Third Round)
  14.   Byron Davis (Second Round)
  15.   Graham Ryding (Third Round)
  16.   Derek Ryan (First Round)

Draw and resultsEdit

FinalsEdit

Quarter finals Semi finals Final
                     
1   Peter Nicol 13 15 17 15
6   Paul Johnson 15 4 16 9
1   Nicol 15 15 15
  Casteleyn 8 13 7
  John White 15 13 9 15
  Stefan Casteleyn 10 15 15 17
1   Nicol 17 7 9 10
2   Power 15 15 15 15
4   Alex Gough 15 11 10 7
7   Anthony Hill 13 15 15 15
7   Hill 3 15 10 8
2   Power 15 13 15 15
5   Ahmed Barada 5 2 3
2   Jonathon Power 15 15 15

Top halfEdit

Section 1Edit

First round Second round Third round Quarter finals
1   Peter Nicol 15 15 15
  Kumail Mahmood 11 6 8 1   Nicol 15 15 15
  Shamsul Islam Khan 5 9 7   Wagih 6 9 13
  Amir Wagih 15 15 15 1   Nicol 15 15 12 15
  Julian Wellings 17 11 15 15   Haddrell 13 5 15 12
  Paul Price 15 15 11 11   Wellings 12 15 15 11 14
  Billy Haddrell 13 16 15 15 15   Haddrell 15 13 9 15 15
9   Mark Chaloner 15 17 11 10 5 1   Nicol 13 15 17 15
13   Del Harris 15 15 15 6   Johnson 15 4 16 9
  Mir Zaman Gul 5 11 7 13   Harris 15 15 15
  Chris Tomlinson 17 15 15   Tomlinson 9 5 6
  Stewart Boswell 16 8 13 13   Harris 15 10 10 17 5
  Davide Bianchetti 17 15 6 6 8 6   Johnson 8 15 15 15 15
  Craig Rowland 15 8 15 15 15   Rowland 14 10 12
  Adam Toes 12 15 4 11 6   Johnson 17 15 15
6   Paul Johnson 15 3 15 15

Section 2Edit

First round Second round Third round Quarter finals
11   Dan Jenson 15 15 15
  Zubair Jahan Khan 6 6 13 11   Jenson 11 12 15 17 10
  John White 15 15 15   White 15 15 12 16 15
  Humayum Khan 11 6 11   White 6 15 13 15 15
  Omar El Borolossy 15 15 15 8   Parke 15 11 15 5 11
  Mika Monto 13 7 12   El Borolossy 12 10 13
  John Williams 5 15 8 10 8   Parke 15 15 15
8   Simon Parke 15 10 15 15   White 15 13 9 15
10   Chris Walker 15 15 15   Casteleyn 10 15 15 17
  Karim El Mistikawi 6 13 8 10   Walker 15 13 15 15
  Janne Kyttanen 7 8 11   Evans 11 15 8 9
  David Evans 15 15 15 10   Walker 17 13 12 8
  Stefan Casteleyn 15 15 15   Casteleyn 15 15 15 15
  Kashif Shuja 8 4 12   Casteleyn 12 15 15 17
  Paul Hargrave 7 14 17 10 3   Eyles 15 10 13 16
3   Rodney Eyles 15 15 14 15

Bottom halfEdit

Section 1Edit

First round Second round Third round Quarter finals
4   Alex Gough 15 15 15
  Abdul Faheem Khan 10 10 13 4   Gough 15 15 15
  Nick Taylor 15 15   Taylor 6 13 5
  Amr Shabana 7 6 rtd 4   Gough 15 15 15
  Lee Beachill 15 6 15 15   Beachill 12 9 11
  Julien Bonetat 11 15 9 8   Beachill 15 15 15
  Glenn Whittaker 13 7 15 12 12   Cairns 13 11 8
12   Mark Cairns 15 15 13 15 4   Gough 15 11 10 7
7   Anthony Hill 15 17 12 10 15 7   Hill 13 15 15 15
  Juha Raumolin 7 15 15 15 9 7   Hill 15 15 13 12 15
  Zarak Jahan Khan 17 5 12 12   Lincou 5 8 15 15 14
  Thierry Lincou 14 15 15 15 7   Hill 15 15 15
  Marcus Berrett 15 15 13 5 15   Berrett 4 8 6
  Stephen Meads 9 11 15 15 13   Berrett 15 15 15
  Nathan Dugan 15 15 15 7 11 13   Davis 9 12 5
14   Byron Davis 9 9 17 15 15

Section 2Edit

First round Second round Third round Quarter finals
5   Ahmed Barada 15 12 15 15
  Joseph Kneipp 13 15 13 11 5   Barada 15 14 15 15
  Anthony Ricketts 17 14 15 13 7   Heath 6 17 11 7
  Martin Heath 16 15 1 15 15 5   Barada 15 15 14 15
  Tony Hands 15 15 15   Hands 7 8 15 9
  Mohd Medhat Morsi 12 8 5   Hands 13 15 15 15
  David Palmer 13 15 17 15   Palmer 15 13 7 7
16   Derek Ryan 15 8 16 13 5   Barada 5 2 3
15   Graham Ryding 15 8 17 15 2   Power 15 15 15
  Ahmed Faizy 11 15 15 11 15   Ryding 15 15 15
  Daniel Forslund 15 12 12 15 11   A Khan 10 13 11
  Amjad Khan 11 15 15 5 15 15   Ryding 4 4 11
  Tim Garner 15 12 15 15 2   Power 15 15 15
  Mohammed Hussain 11 15 7 6   Garner 13 13 8
  Mansoor Zaman 12 8 5 2   Power 15 15 15
2   Jonathon Power 15 15 15

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "WM Herren 1998 - Alle Ergebnisse". paderborner-squash-club.de. Archived from the original on 1999-05-06. Retrieved 2014-08-24.

External linksEdit

Preceded by
Malaysia (Petaling Jaya)
1997
PSA World Open
Qatar (Doha)

1998
Succeeded by
Egypt (Cairo)
1999