2012 Men's Australian Open (squash)

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Australian Open 2012
31st PSA Australian Open
Logo Australian Squash Open 2012.jpg
Details
Event name Hi-Tec Australian Open 2012
Location Australia Canberra Australia
Venue National Convention Centre
Website
www.australiansquashopen.com
PSA World Tour
Category International 70
Prize money $70,000
Year World Tour 2012
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The Men's Australian Open 2012 is the men' edition of the 2012 Australian Open, which is a tournament of the PSA World Tour event International (Prize money: $70,000). The event took place in Canberra in Australia from 13 August to 18 August. Ramy Ashour won his second Australian Open trophy, beating Omar Mosaad in the final.

Prize money and ranking points[edit]

For 2012, the prize purse was $ 70,000. The prize money and points breakdown is as follows:[1]

Prize Money Australian Open (2012)
Event W F SF QF 2R 1R
Points (PSA) 1225 805 490 300 175 90
Prize money $ 10,940 $ 7,185 $ 4,375 $ 2,655 $ 1,565 $ 780

Seeds[edit]

  1. Egypt Ramy Ashour (Champion)
  2. Egypt Omar Mosaad (Final)
  3. England Tom Richards (Semifinals)
  4. Australia Cameron Pilley (Semifinals)
  5. Malaysia Ong Beng Hee (Quarterfinals)
  6. Switzerland Nicolas Mueller (Quarterfinals)
  7. Scotland Alan Clyne (Quarterfinals)
  8. Malaysia Mohd Nafiizwan Adnan (Second round)

Draw & Results[edit]

First round   Second round   Quarter finals   Semi finals   Final
1  Egypt Ramy Ashour 11 11 11  
Q  New Zealand Kashif Shuja 6 6 6     1  Egypt Ramy Ashour 11 11 11  
 England Olivier Pett 11 11 11    England Olivier Pett 7 4 7  
Q  Hong Kong Dick Lau 4 5 7       1  Egypt Ramy Ashour 10 11 9 11 11  
 Hong Kong Leo Au 11 11 10 11       6  Switzerland Nicolas Mueller 12 4 11 8 1  
Q  Austria Aqeel Rehmann 7 7 12 6      Hong Kong Leo Au 11 4 2 2
Q  Australia Aaron Frankcomb 5 7 6   6  Switzerland Nicolas Mueller 4 11 11 11  
6  Switzerland Nicolas Mueller 11 11 11       1  Egypt Ramy Ashour 8 11 11 11  
8  Malaysia Mohd Nafi. Adnan 11 11 11       4  Australia Cameron Pilley 11 7 7 7  
Q  Argentina Gonzalo Miranda 7 5 5     8  Malaysia Mohd Nafi. Adnan 3 9 11 6  
 Egypt Omar Abdel Aziz 11 2 11 11    Egypt Omar Abdel Aziz 11 11 7 11  
 New Zealand Campbell Grayson 3 11 7 7        Egypt Omar Abdel Aziz 9 11 7 11 6
 Australia Zac Alexander 11 7 11 11       4  Australia Cameron Pilley 11 9 11 4 11  
WC  Australia Rex Hedrick 8 11 2 3      Australia Zac Alexander 6 11 9 11 3
 Australia Matthew Karwalski 7 5 7   4  Australia Cameron Pilley 11 9 11 7 11  
4  Australia Cameron Pilley 11 11 11       1  Egypt Ramy Ashour 11 11 11
3  England Tom Richards 11 11 14       2  Egypt Omar Mosaad 9 9 6
 Malaysia Kamran Khan 7 7 12     3  England Tom Richards 11 9 11 11  
 Malaysia Muhd Asyraf Azan 5 9 8    Australia Ryan Cuskelly 7 11 4 4  
 Australia Ryan Cuskelly 11 11 11       3  England Tom Richards 11 11 11  
 New Zealand Martin Knight 11 11 9 11       7  Scotland Alan Clyne 7 6 4  
Q  Australia Justin Beard 5 9 11 4      New Zealand Martin Knight 7 11 8 11
 India Siddharth Suchde 7 5 8   7  Scotland Alan Clyne 11 7 11 11  
7  Scotland Alan Clyne 11 11 11       3  England Tom Richards 11 3 3 3
5  Malaysia Ong Beng Hee 12 11 11       2  Egypt Omar Mosaad 9 11 11 11  
 Malaysia Ivan Yuen 10 8 7     5  Malaysia Ong Beng Hee 11 8 11 11  
 Egypt Amr Khaled Khalifa 11 11 11    Egypt Amr Khaled Khalifa 9 11 7 7  
Q  New Zealand Evan Williams 10 5 8       5  Malaysia Ong Beng Hee 11 5 10
 Czech Republic Jan Koukal 11 11 11       2  Egypt Omar Mosaad 13 11 12  
Q  Australia Mike Corren 5 2 4      Czech Republic Jan Koukal 7 8 11 10
 Hong Kong Max Lee 2 10 4   2  Egypt Omar Mosaad 11 11 8 12  
2  Egypt Omar Mosaad 11 12 11  


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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World series Prize Money". Retrieved 2012-06-29. 
  2. ^ "Tournaments | Tournament Details | HI-TEC Australian Open 2012". PSA World Tour. Retrieved 2013-09-04. 

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