1997 Men's World Open Squash Championship

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Men's World Open 1997
21st PSA World Squash Championship
LocationMalaysia Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Date(s)November 4–9, 1997
PSA World Tour
CategoryPSA World Open
Prize money$ 130,000
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionAustralia Rodney Eyles
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upScotland Peter Nicol
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsWales A Gough / England P Marshall
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The 1997 PSA Men's ASCM-Sharp World Open Squash Championship is the men's edition of the 1997 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place in Petaling Jaya in Malaysia from 4 November to 9 November 1997. Rodney Eyles won his first World Open title, defeating Peter Nicol in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Australia Rodney Eyles (Champion)
  2. Scotland Peter Nicol (Final)
  3. Canada Jonathon Power (Quarterfinals)
  4. England Simon Parke (Second Round)
  5. Egypt Ahmed Barada (Quarterfinals)
  6. England Chris Walker (Second Round)
  7. England Del Harris (First Round)
  8. Australia Brett Martin (First Round)
  9. Pakistan Zubair Jahan Khan (First Round)
  10. Australia Dan Jenson (Second Round)
  11. England Mark Cairns (Quarterfinals)
  12. Australia Anthony Hill (Quarterfinals)
  13. England Mark Chaloner (Second Round)
  14. Wales Alex Gough (Semifinals)
  15. Australia Craig Rowland (First Round)
  16. Republic of Ireland Derek Ryan (First Round)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1 Australia Rodney Eyles 15 15 15
Egypt Amir Wagih 10 11 5 1 Australia Eyles 15 15 5 15
Q South Africa Craig Wapnick 17 15 15 Q South Africa Wapnick 11 13 15 12
9 Pakistan Zubair Jahan Khan 15 7 10 1 Australia Eyles 15 17 15
7 England Del Harris 13 14 15 12 12 Australia Hill 8 16 2
Canada Graham Ryding 15 17 9 15 Canada Ryding 15 9 9
Q England Nick Taylor 7 10 10 12 Australia Hill 17 15 15
12 Australia Anthony Hill 15 15 15 1 Australia Eyles 10 15 15 15
3 Canada Jonathon Power 15 15 15 Q England Marshall 15 8 8 6
France Julien Bonetat 8 11 4 3 Canada Jonathon Power 15 15 15
Q Pakistan Amjad Khan 9 12 15 15 15 Q Pakistan A Khan 9 6 4
16 Republic of Ireland Derek Ryan 15 15 10 10 12 3 Canada Power 12 14 15 9
8 Australia Brett Martin 10 15 13 11 Q England Marshall 15 15 2 15
Q England Peter Marshall 15 11 15 15 Q England Marshall 15 15 15 Final
Q England Tim Garner 15 15 9 13 12 10 Australia Jenson 6 6 13
10 Australia Dan Jenson 13 8 15 15 15 1 Australia Eyles 15 15 15
14 Wales Alex Gough 15 15 15 2 Scotland Nicol 11 12 12
England Paul Gregory 9 13 12 14 Wales Gough 9 10 15 15 15
England Paul Johnson 15 10 6 7 6 England Walker 15 15 12 10 12
6 England Chris Walker 2 15 15 15 14 Wales Gough 15 15 15
11 England Mark Cairns 15 15 15 11 England Cairns 12 11 9
Q Malaysia Kenneth Low 8 11 9 11 England Cairns 15 15 3 15
South Africa Craig Van der Wath 14 4 13 4 England Parke 10 14 15 8
4 England Simon Parke 15 15 15 14 Wales Gough 13 8 5
13 England Mark Chaloner 15 11 15 15 2 Scotland Nicol 15 15 15
Scotland Martin Heath 6 15 13 3 13 England Chaloner 10 3 9
England Tony Hands 15 9 9 7 5 Egypt Barada 15 15 15
5 Egypt Ahmed Barada 12 15 15 15 5 Egypt Barada 15 15 7 13 3
15 Australia Craig Rowland 15 10 11 13 2 Scotland Nicol 9 14 15 15 15
Q Wales David Evans 9 15 15 15 Q Wales Evans 12 7 5
England Stephen Meads 7 8 7 2 Scotland Nicol 15 15 15
2 Scotland Peter Nicol 15 15 15

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mens Squash World Open 1997". paderborner-squash-club.de. Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved 2014-08-24.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Pakistan (Lahore)
1996
PSA World Open
Malaysia (Petaling Jaya)

1997
Succeeded by
Qatar (Doha)
1998