2000 Women's World Open Squash Championship

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Women's World Open 2000
17th WISPA World Squash Championship
LocationScotland Edinburgh, Scotland
Date(s)November 11–17, 2000
WISPA World Tour
CategoryWorld Open
Prize money$80,000
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionAustralia Carol Owens
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upNew Zealand Leilani Joyce
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsEngland N Grainger / Australia S Fitzgerald
← 1999 United States Australia 2001 →

The 2000 Women's Eye Group World Open Squash Championship was the women's edition of the 2000 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place in Edinburgh in Scotland from 11 November until 17 November 2000. Carol Owens won the World Open title, defeating Leilani Joyce in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. New Zealand Leilani Joyce (Final)
  2. Australia Carol Owens (Champion)
  3. England Natalie Grainger (Semifinals)
  4. England Linda Charman (Quarterfinals)
  5. England Tania Bailey (Quarterfinals)
  6. England Suzanne Horner (Quarterfinals)
  7. Australia Sarah Fitzgerald (Semifinals)
  8. England Fiona Geaves (Second Round)
  9. Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson (Second Round)
  10. England Stephanie Brind (Quarterfinals)
  11. Australia Rachael Grinham (Second Round)
  12. Germany Sabine Schoene (Second Round)
  13. England Rebecca Macree (Second Round)
  14. South Africa Claire Nitch (First Round)
  15. England Jenny Tranfield (Second Round)
  16. Scotland Pamela Nimmo (Second Round)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1 New Zealand Leilani Joyce 9 9 9
Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 2 5 1 1 New Zealand Leilani Joyce 9 5 9 9
8 Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 9 9 9 9 Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 2 9 5 5
United States Latasha Khan 1 2 3 1 New Zealand Leilani Joyce 9 9 9
6 England Suzanne Horner 9 9 9 6 England Suzanne Horner 2 6 0
Egypt Maha Zein 4 5 2 6 England Suzanne Horner 9 9 10
13 England Rebecca Macree 4 3 9 13 England Rebecca Macree 2 3 8
France Isabelle Stoehr 4 2 7 1 New Zealand Leilani Joyce 9 9 9 4 9
3 England Natalie Grainger 10 9 1 9 3 England Natalie Grainger 6 3 10 9 5
Denmark Ellen Petersen 8 7 9 0 3 England Natalie Grainger 9 3 9 9
11 Australia Rachael Grinham 9 6 10 1 9 11 Australia Rachael Grinham 6 9 7 7
Egypt Salma Shabana 4 0 1 3 England Natalie Grainger 9 9 9
10 England Stephanie Brind 9 10 9 10 England Stephanie Brind 2 5 3
Australia Natalie Grinham 5 0 4 10 England Stephanie Brind 9 3 8 9 9 Final
8 England Fiona Geaves 9 10 9 8 England Fiona Geaves 0 9 10 2 2
Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 1 8 0 1 New Zealand Leilani Joyce 9 9 8 6 1
2 Australia Carol Owens 9 9 9 2 Australia Carol Owens 7 3 10 9 9
England Janie Thacker 0 1 4 2 Australia Carol Owens 9 9 9
England Vicky Botwright 9 9 9 England Vicky Botwright 3 0 2
14 South Africa Claire Nitch 3 6 1 2 Australia Carol Owens 9 9 9
5 England Tania Bailey 9 1 9 9 5 England Tania Bailey 5 0 1
Scotland Senga Macfie 6 9 3 6 5 England Tania Bailey 9 10 9
12 Germany Sabine Schoene 10 9 9 12 Germany Sabine Schoene 2 9 7
South Africa Annelize Naudé 8 4 7 2 Australia Carols Owens 9 9 7 5 9
7 Australia Sarah Fitzgerald 9 9 9 7 Australia Sarah Fitzgerald 6 5 9 9 6
Australia Liz Irving 3 0 3 7 Australia Sarah Fitzgerald 9 9 9
15 England Jenny Tranfield 9 9 9 15 England Jenny Tranfield 0 1 2
Norway Elin Blikra 5 0 4 7 Australia Sarah Fitzgerald 9 9 9
4 England Linda Charman 9 9 9 9 4 England Linda Charman 3 0 1
13 Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu 1 4 6 4 England Linda Charman 9 9 9
16 Scotland Pamela Nimmo 7 9 9 10 16 Scotland Pamela Nimmo 5 2 2
New Zealand Shelley Kitchen 9 4 4 8

Notes[edit]

Cassie Campion was unable to defend her title due to injury.
The new world champion Carol Owens would switch nationality the following year.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

[1]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Seattle (United States)
1999
World Open
Edinburgh (Scotland)

2000
Succeeded by
Melbourne (Australia)
2001
  1. ^ "Womens Squash World Open 2000".