Men's Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2013

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Malaysian Open 2013
Logo Malaysian Squash Open 2013.jpg
Details
Event name Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2013
Location Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Venue National Squash Centre
Bukit Jalil
Website
www.squashsite.co.uk/2009/malaysianopen2013.htm
PSA World Tour
Category International 50
Prize money $50,000
Year World Tour 2013
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The Men's Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2013 is the men's edition of the 2013 Malaysian Open Squash Championships, which is a tournament of the PSA World Tour event International (Prize money: $50,000). The event took place in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia from the 12 September to the 15 September. Peter Barker won his first Malaysian Open trophy, beating Tarek Momen in the final.

Prize money and ranking points[edit]

For 2013, the prize purse was $ 50,000. The prize money and points breakdown is as follows:[1]

Prize Money Malaysian Open (2013)
Event W F SF QF 1R
Points (PSA) 875 575 350 215 125
Prize money $ 8,075 $ 5,525 $ 3,615 $ 2,230 $ 1,275

Seeds[edit]

  1. Egypt Karim Darwish (First Round)
  2. England Peter Barker (Champion)
  3. Spain Borja Golan (Semifinals)
  4. Egypt Tarek Momen (Final)

Draw and results[edit]

First round   Quarter finals   Semi finals   Final
1  Egypt Karim Darwish 11 15 4 1 rtd  
 England Chris Simpson 9 17 11 2      England Chris Simpson 6 12 11 11  
Q  Egypt Omar Abdel Aziz 5 9 3    India Saurav Ghosal 11 10 9 9  
 India Saurav Ghosal 11 11 11        England Chris Simpson 11 7 11 9 5  
 Finland Olli Tuominen 11 6 10 6       4  Egypt Tarek Momen * 6 11 9 11 11  
Q  Egypt Mazen Hesham 8 11 12 11     Q  Egypt Mazen Hesham 3 9 6
 Australia Cameron Pilley 9 12 4 2   4  Egypt Tarek Momen 11 11 11  
4  Egypt Tarek Momen 11 10 11 11       4  Egypt Tarek Momen 5 11 5 3
3  Spain Borja Golan 12 11 11       2  England Peter Barker * 11 9 11 11
 Egypt Omar Mosaad 10 2 4     3  Spain Borja Golan 8 11 11 11  
Q  Kuwait Abdullah Al Muzayen 4 7 8    Egypt Karim Abdel Gawad 11 8 10 5  
 Egypt Karim Abdel Gawad 11 11 11       3  Spain Borja Golan 9 10 2
 Malaysia Ong Beng Hee 3 3 9       2  England Peter Barker * 11 11 11  
WC  Malaysia Mohd Nafi. Adnan 11 11 11     WC  Malaysia Mohd Nafi. Adnan 8 0 11 2
Q  Egypt Omar Abdel Meguid 9 5 4   2  England Peter Barker 11 11 7 11  
2  England Peter Barker 11 11 11  

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