2001 Women's World Open Squash Championship

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Women's World Open 2001
18th WISPA World Squash Championship
LocationAustralia Melbourne, Australia
Date(s)October 11–19, 2001
WISPA World Tour
CategoryWorld Open
Prize money$69,000
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionAustralia Sarah Fitzgerald
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upNew Zealand Leilani Joyce
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsNew Zealand C Owens / England L Charman-Smith
← 2000 Scotland Qatar 2002 →

The 2001 Women's World Open Squash Championship was the women's edition of the 2001 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place in Melbourne in Australia from 11 October until 19 October 2001. Sarah Fitzgerald won her fourth World Open title, defeating Leilani Joyce in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. New Zealand Leilani Joyce (Final)
  2. Australia Carol Owens (Semifinals)
  3. Australia Sarah Fitzgerald (Champion)
  4. England Linda Charman-Smith (Semifinals)
  5. England Fiona Geaves (Quarterfinals)
  6. England Stephanie Brind (Quarterfinals)
  7. England Suzanne Horner (Quarterfinals)
  8. Australia Rachael Grinham (Second Round)
  9. Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson (Second Round)
  10. England Rebecca Macree (Second Round)
  11. England Cassie Campion (Quarterfinals)
  12. Scotland Pamela Nimmo (Second Round)
  13. England Vicky Botwright (Second Round)
  14. New Zealand Shelley Kitchen (Second Round)
  15. Australia Natalie Grinham (Second Round)
  16. Egypt Maha Zein (First Round)

First Qualifying Round (12 Oct)[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Egypt Eman El Amir Australia Karen Morrissey 9-4 9-7 6-9 5-9 9-5
New Zealand Lara Petera Canada Runa Reta 9-3 9-7 7-9 9-4
Malaysia Christina Mak Australia Karen Kronemeyer 9-7 8-10 9-7 9-2
France Isabelle Stoehr Australia Amelia Pittock 9-2 9-0 9-0
Egypt Engy Kheirallah Papua New Guinea Naluge Guy 9-5 9-3 9-2
Malaysia Tricia Chuah Slovenia Petra Vihar 9-2 9-0 9-0
Australia Laura Keating Australia Sally Hunt 9-2 9-5 9-2
Scotland Senga Macfie England Jenny Duncalf 9-2 9-4 9-0
Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu Australia Lisa Camilleri 9-1 9-7 9-1
Belgium Katline Cauwels Australia Georgina Davis 3-9 9-2 9-0 9-1
Malaysia Sharon Wee Japan Mami Nishio 9-1 9-7 9-2
England Dominique Lloyd-Walter England Helen Easton 9-2 9-0 9-7
Scotland Wendy Maitland Australia Shannon McNamara 3-9, 9-1, 4-9, 10-9, 9-5
Belgium Kim Hannes Australia Heidi Mather 9-7, 9-2, 9-2
United States Shabana Khan Japan Eri Tsuchida 3-9, 9-5, 9-4, 9-3
Australia Dianne Desira England Vicky Lankester 9-5, 9-6, 6-9, 9-7

Final Qualifying Round (13 Oct)[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu Belgium Katline Cauwels 9/6 9/2 10/8
Malaysia Sharon Wee England Dominique Lloyd-Walter 9/7 0/9 9/4 9/3
Belgium Kim Hannes Scotland Wendy Maitland 6/9 10/8 0/9 10/9 9/4
United States Shabana Khan Australia Dianne Desira 0/9, 9/4, 4/9, 10/9, 9/4
New Zealand Lara Petra Egypt Eman El Amir 9/1 9/2 9/3
France Isabelle Stoehr Hong Kong Christina Mak 9/7 9/2 9/6
Scotland Senga Macfie Australia Laura Keating 9/5 9/5 9/4
Egypt Engy Kheirallah Malaysia Trishia Chuah 9/5, 8/10, 9/2, 9/2

Main draw[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1 New Zealand Leilani Joyce 9 9 9
New Zealand Lara Petera 1 4 4 1 New Zealand Joyce 7 10 9 9
13 England Vicky Botwright 9 9 7 9 13 England Botwright 9 8 2 0
United States Latasha Khan 7 7 9 5 1 New Zealand Joyce 9 9 9
5 England Fiona Geaves 9 9 4 9 5 England Geaves 3 4 2
Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 2 4 9 5 5 England Geaves 9 1 9 9
15 Australia Natalie Grinham 9 9 10 15 Australia N Grinham 4 9 2 2
Australia Liz Irving 4 2 8 1 New Zealand Joyce 9 9 10
4 England Linda Charman-Smith 9 9 9 4 England Charman-Smith 3 5 8
Egypt Engy Kheirallah 1 2 5 4 England Charman-Smith 9 9 9
Malaysia Nicol David 4 9 9 9 Malaysia David 3 2 1
16 Egypt Maha Zein 9 5 7 1 4 England Charman-Smith 9 9 9
6 England Stephanie Brind 9 10 9 6 England Brind 1 0 7
Scotland Senga Macfie 1 1 7 6 England Brind 9 9 10 Final
14 New Zealand Shelley Kitchen 9 9 1 9 14 New Zealand Kitchen 7 2 8
England Janie Thacker 3 4 9 4 1 New Zealand Joyce 0 3 2
2 Australia Carol Owens 9 9 9 3 Australia Fitzgerald 9 9 9
Belgium Kim Hannes 0 0 2 2 Australia Owens 9 9 9
10 England Rebecca Macree 9 9 9 10 England Macree 0 0 5
Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu 6 7 7 2 Australia Owens 9 9 9
11 England Cassie Campion 9 9 9 11 England Campion 5 4 4
Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 0 4 0 11 England Campion 9 9 9
8 Australia Rachael Grinham 9 9 9 8 Australia R Grinham 4 2 1
Malaysia Sharon Wee 0 4 2 2 Australia Owens 1 1 5
3 Australia Sarah Fitzgerald 9 9 9 3 Australia Fitzgerald 9 9 9
France Isabelle Stoehr 1 4 0 3 Australia Fitzgerald 9 9 9
9 Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 9 4 6 9 9 9 Netherlands Atkinson 4 0 0
Denmark Ellen Petersen 1 9 9 0 3 3 Australia Fitzgerald 9 9 9
7 England Suzanne Horner 9 9 9 9 7 England Horner 0 4 2
South Africa Annelize Naudé 3 2 2 7 England Horner 9 3 9 9
12 Scotland Pamela Nimmo 9 9 9 12 Scotland Nimmo 2 9 6 4
United States Shabana Khan 2 3 1

Notes[edit]

Defending champion Carol Owens represented New Zealand after switching nationality from Australia.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

[1]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Edinburgh (Scotland)
2000
World Open
Melbourne (Australia)

2001
Succeeded by
Doha (Qatar)
2002
  1. ^ "Womens Squash World Open 2001".