2009 Women's World Open Squash Championship

The 2009 Women's World Open Squash Championship is the women's edition of the World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The championship is part of the WISPA Platinum series of the Women's International Squash Players' Association (WISPA) World Tour. The event took place in Amsterdam in the Netherlands from 20 to 27 September 2009.[1]

Women's World Open 2009
26th WISPA World Squash Championship
Women's World Squash 2009.jpg
LocationNetherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date(s)September 20–27, 2009
Website
www.squash.me.uk/wwo
WISPA World Tour
CategoryWISPA World Open
Prize money$118,000
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionMalaysia Nicol David
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upNetherlands Natalie Grinham
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsAustralia Rachael Grinham
England Alison Waters
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Omneya Abdel Kawy and Samantha Terán during their 2nd round

Ranking pointsEdit

In 2009, the points breakdown were as follows:

World Open (2009)
Event W F SF QF 2R 1R
Points (WISPA) 5300 3630 2150 1150 575 330

SeedsEdit

  1.   Nicol David (Champion)
  2.   Natalie Grinham (Final)
  3.   Rachael Grinham (Semifinals)
  4.   Alison Waters (Semifinals)
  5.   Jenny Duncalf (Quarterfinals)
  6.   Omneya Abdel Kawy (Quarterfinals)
  7.   Madeline Perry (Quarterfinals)
  8.   Laura Lengthorn-Massaro (Quarterfinals)
  9.   Isabelle Stoehr (First Round)
  10.   Kasey Brown (Second Round)
  11.   Vanessa Atkinson (Second Round)
  12.   Annie Au (Second Round)
  13.   Rebecca Chiu (Second Round)
  14.   Jaclyn Hawkes (First Round)
  15.   Samantha Terán (Second Round)
  16.   Raneem El Weleily (Second Round)

Draw and resultsEdit

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1   N David 11 11 11    
WC   O Noom 6 4 6     1   N David 11 11 11    
9   I Stoehr 8 13 7 7       C Serme 3 5 0    
    C Serme 11 11 11 11   1   N David 11 11 11 11  
5   J Duncalf 11 11 11     5   J Duncalf 6 13 6 7  
    D Arnold 4 3 4     5   J Duncalf 11 11 11    
14   J Hawkes 10 7 13 8       E Kheirallah 9 9 9    
    E Kheirallah 12 11 11 11   1   N David 4 11 15 11  
4   A Waters 11 11 11     4   A Waters 11 6 13 7  
Q   S Kippax 6 3 4     4   A Waters 10 11 11 11 11
16   R E Weleily 11 11 11     16   R E Weleily 12 7 5 13 7
Q   J Chinappa 5 4 6     4   A Waters 11 11 11 11  
7   M Perry 11 11 9 11   7   M Perry 5 8 13 2  
Q   L Khan 3 3 11 5   7   M Perry 11 11 11     Final
13   R Chiu 2 11 11 6 11 13   R Chiu 8 4 5    
Q   A Sobhy 11 9 3 11 6 1   N David 3 11 11 11  
    S Pierrepont 11 0 7 7   2   N Grinham 11 6 3 8  
15   S Terán 6 11 11 11   15   S Terán 11 9 7 9  
Q   N E Tayeb 7 9 11 4   6   O A Kawy 8 11 11 11  
6   O A Kawy 11 11 9 11   6   O A Kawy 11 11 1 6 8
    T Bailey 10 11 5 5   3   R Grinham 6 7 11 11 11
11    V Atkinson 12 8 11 11   11   V Atkinson 11 11 6 6 3
    D-L Walter 5 7 4     3   R Grinham 7 8 11 11 11
3   R Grinham 11 11 11     3   R Grinham 13 6 6 4  
Q   D Urquhart 11 9 2 3   2   N Grinham 11 11 11 11  
12   A Au 8 11 11 11   12   A Au 11 9 7 9  
Q   J Chan 6 6 8     8   L L-Massaro 8 11 11 11  
8   L L-Massaro 11 11 11     8   L L-Massaro 6 4 6    
Q   A Blake 7 11 6 11 1 2   N Grinham 11 11 11    
10   K Brown 11 6 11 7 11 10   K Brown 4 8 8    
    L Briggs 1 3 5     2   N Grinham 11 11 11    
2   N Grinham 11 11 11    

Note: * Q = Qualifier, * WC = Wild Card, * w/o = Walkover, * r = Retired

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Tournament official website". womensworldopen.com. Archived from the original on 2009-02-12. Retrieved 2009-09-21.

External linksEdit

Preceded by
England (Manchester)
2008
WISPA World Open
Netherlands (Amsterdam)

2009
Succeeded by
Egypt (Sharm el-Sheikh) 2010