Swedish Squash Open 2016

The UCS Swedish Open 2016 is the 2016 Swedish Open, which is a tournament of the PSA World Tour event International (prize money: $70,000). The event took place in Linköping in Sweden from 4 February to 7 February. Karim Abdel Gawad won his first Swedish Open trophy, beating Tarek Momen in the final.

Swedish Open 2016
13th Swedish Open
Swedish Squash Open 2016 logo.png
Details
Event nameCase Swedish Open 2016
LocationSweden Linköping Sweden
VenueLinköpings Sporthall
Website
www.swedishopensquash.se
Men's PSA World Tour
CategoryWorld Tour International 70
Prize money$70,000
YearWorld Tour 2016
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Prize money and ranking pointsEdit

For 2016, the prize purse was $70,000. The prize money and points breakdown is as follows:[1]

Prize Money Swedish Open (2016)
Event W F SF QF 1R
Points (PSA) 1225 805 490 300 175
Prize money $11,875 $8,125 $5,315 $3,280 $1,875

SeedsEdit

  1.   Simon Rösner (Semifinals)
  2.   Karim Abdel Gawad (Champion)
  3.   Tarek Momen (Final)
  4.   Max Lee (Quarterfinals)
  5.   Daryl Selby (Semifinals)
  6.   Fares Dessouky (First Round)
  7.   Cameron Pilley (Quarterfinals)
  8.   Chris Simpson (Quarterfinals)

Draw and resultsEdit

First round Quarter finals Semi finals Final
1   Simon Rösner * 11 11 11
Q   Ben Coleman 7 4 6 1   Simon Rösner * 9 11 12 11
Q   Laurens Jan Anjema 4 11 8 9 7   Cameron Pilley 11 7 10 6
7   Cameron Pilley * 11 3 11 11 1   Simon Rösner 11 12 6 11 9
6   Fares Dessouky 11 11 7 2 3   Tarek Momen * 5 14 11 7 11
Q   Lucas Serme * 8 13 11 11 Q   Lucas Serme 9 6 3
  Adrian Waller 9 8 11 2 3   Tarek Momen * 11 11 11
3   Tarek Momen * 11 11 8 11 3   Tarek Momen 10 11 9 11 4
4   Max Lee * 11 11 4 10 11 2   Karim Abdel Gawad * 12 8 11 3 11
  Alan Clyne 6 7 11 12 8 4   Max Lee 9 5 14
Q   Olli Tuominen 5 9 7 5   Daryl Selby * 11 11 16
5   Daryl Selby * 11 11 11 5   Daryl Selby 9 4 8
8   Chris Simpson * 11 11 11 2   Karim Abdel Gawad * 11 11 11
  Greg Lobban 7 7 5 8   Chris Simpson 11 6 6 11 7
WC   Rasmus Hult 5 8 8 2   Karim Abdel Gawad * 7 11 11 9 11
2   Karim Abdel Gawad * 11 11 11

[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "World series Prize Money" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-11-25. Retrieved 2013-01-27.
  2. ^ "Tournaments - Professional Squash Association".

External linksEdit