1999 Women's World Open Squash Championship

The 1999 Women's World Open Squash Championship was the women's edition of the 1999 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place in Seattle in the United States from 16 October until 24 October 1999. Cassie Campion won the World Open title, defeating Michelle Martin in the final.[1]

Women's World Open 1999
16th WISPA World Squash Championship
LocationUnited States Seattle, United States
Date(s)October 16–24, 1999
WISPA World Tour
CategoryWorld Open
Prize money$80,000
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionEngland Cassie Campion
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upAustralia Michelle Martin
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsNew Zealand Leilani Joyce
England Natalie Grainger
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SeedsEdit

  1.   Michelle Martin (Final)
  2.   Leilani Joyce (Semifinals)
  3.   Natalie Grainger (Semifinals)
  4.   Cassie Campion (Champion)
  5.   Suzanne Horner (Quarterfinals)
  6.   Linda Charman (Quarterfinals)
  7.   unknown
  8.   Sabine Schoene (Second Round)
  9.   Carol Owens (Quarterfinals)
  10.   Fiona Geaves (Second Round)
  11.   Stephanie Brind (Second Round)
  12.   Rebecca Macree (Second Round)
  13.   Claire Nitch (First Round)
  14.   Liz Irving (Second Round)
  15.   Jenny Tranfield (Second Round)
  16.   Vanessa Atkinson (Second Round)

Draw & resultsEdit

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1   Michelle Martin 9 9 9
  Melanie Jans 0 1 1 1   Michelle Martin 9 9 9
11   Stephanie Brind 9 5 9 9 11   Stephanie Brind 6 5 2
  Pamela Nimmo 4 9 1 4 1   Michelle Martin 6 10 5 9 9
9   Carol Owens 9 5 9 9 9   Carol Owens 9 9 9 3 3
  Maha Zein 0 4 4 9   Carol Owens 9 9 9
14   Liz Irving 4 3 9 14   Liz Irving 2 1 1
  Shabana Khan 2 2 6 1   Michelle Martin 10 9 9
3   Natalie Grainger 10 9 9 3   Natalie Grainger 7 0 6
  Kym Keevil 9 5 3 3   Natalie Grainger 9 9 9
12   Rebecca Macree 9 6 10 1 9 12   Rebecca Macree 5 1 3
  Janie Thacker 6 9 8 9 5 3   Natalie Grainger 9 9 9
6   Linda Charman 9 10 9 6   Linda Charman 1 1 1
  Tegwen Malik 5 8 4 6   Linda Charman 9 9 9 Final
  Rachael Grinham 7 9 9 8 9   Rachael Grinham 5 6 2
  Marnie Baizley 9 6 3 10 2 1   Michelle Martin 6 7 7
4   Cassie Campion 9 9 9 4   Cassie Campion 9 9 9
  Kate Major 1 0 0 4   Cassie Campion 9 9 9
16   Vanessa Atkinson 9 9 9 16   Vanessa Atkinson 2 1 6
  Shelley Kitchen 2 0 5 4   Cassie Campion 9 9 9
5   Suzanne Horner 9 9 7 9 5   Suzanne Horner 4 0 1
  Vicky Botwright 7 3 9 3 5   Suzanne Horner 10 9 9
10   Fiona Geaves 9 9 9 10   Fiona Geaves 9 6 6
  Salma Shabana 1 3 2 4   Cassie Campion 9 9 9
2   Leilani Joyce 9 9 9 2   Leilani Joyce 6 3 3
  Karen Hargreaves 0 5 0 2   Leilani Joyce 9 9 9
15   Jenny Tranfield 9 9 9 15   Jenny Tranfield 3 1 5
  Melissa Vacca 0 0 3 2   Leilani Joyce 9 9 9
  Tania Bailey 9 9 9 9   Tania Bailey 2 4 4
13   Claire Nitch 10 7 5 1   Tania Bailey 10 9 10
8   Sabine Schoene 9 5 9 4 9 8   Sabine Schoene 9 1 9
  Latasha Khan 1 9 3 9 4

NotesEdit

Cassie Campion was formerly Cassie Jackman.
Sarah Fitzgerald was unable to defend her title due to injury.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Womens Squash World Open 1999".

External linksEdit

Preceded by
Stuttgart (Germany)
1998
World Open
Seattle (United States)

1999
Succeeded by
Edinburgh (Scotland)
2000