2003 Women's World Open Squash Championship

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Women's World Open 2003
19th WISPA World Squash Championship
LocationHong Kong Hong Kong, China
Date(s)December 07–13, 2003
WISPA World Tour
CategoryWISPA World Open
Prize money$57,500
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionNew Zealand Carol Owens
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upEngland Cassie Jackman
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsNetherlands V Atkinson / Malaysia N David
← 2002 Qatar Malaysia 2004 →

The 2003 Women's Credit-Suisse Privilege World Open Squash Championship was the women's edition of the 2003 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place in Hong Kong in China from 7 December until 13 December 2003. Carol Owens won her second World Open title, defeating Cassie Jackman in the final.[1]

Seeds[edit]

  1. New Zealand Carol Owens (Champion)
  2. United States Natalie Grainger (Second Round)
  3. Australia Rachael Grinham (Quarterfinals)
  4. England Cassie Jackman (Final)
  5. England Linda Charman (Quarterfinals)
  6. Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson (Semifinals)
  7. Australia Natalie Grinham (Quarterfinals)
  8. England Tania Bailey (First Round)
  9. England Rebecca Macree (Second Round)
  10. England Jenny Tranfield (Second Round)
  11. England Vicky Botwright (Second Round)
  12. England Stephanie Brind (Second Round)
  13. England Fiona Geaves (Quarterfinals)
  14. Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy (Second Round)
  15. New Zealand Shelley Kitchen (Second Round)
  16. England Jenny Duncalf (First Round)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1 New Zealand Carol Owens 9 9 9
Pakistan Carla Khan 2 6 3 1 New Zealand Owens 9 9 9
11 England Vicky Botwright 9 9 5 9 11 England Botwright 5 3 3
Egypt Engy Kheirallah 5 6 9 1 1 New Zealand Owens 9 9 9
7 Australia Natalie Grinham 9 9 9 7 Australia N Grinham 6 3 1
England Vicky Lankester 0 0 3 7 Australia N Grinham 9 9 9
12 England Stephanie Brind 9 9 9 12 England Brind 2 3 2
United States Latasha Khan 7 4 4 1 New Zealand Owens 9 9 9 9
6 Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 9 9 9 6 Netherlands Atkinson 9 7 6 6
Scotland Wendy Maitland 2 2 4 6 Netherlands Atkinson 9 3 9 4
9 England Rebecca Macree 9 9 5 9 9 England Macree 0 9 2 9 ret
Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu 7 5 9 4 6 Netherlands Atkinson 9 9 3 10
3 Australia Rachael Grinham 9 9 9 3 Australia R Grinham 1 0 9 8
England Alison Waters 3 1 1 3 Australia R Grinham 9 9 9 Final
10 England Jenny Tranfield 9 9 9 10 England Tranfield 3 1 3
Scotland Pamela Nimmo 0 2 1 1 New Zealand Owens 3 9 9 9
2 United States Natalie Grainger 9 9 9 4 England Jackman 9 2 7 3
England Laura Lengthorn 9 9 9 2 United States Grainger 9 3 5 7
14 Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 0 2 3 Malaysia David 4 9 9 9
Malaysia Nicol David 4 1 7 Malaysia David 9 9 2 9
13 England Fiona Geaves 9 9 9 13 England Geaves 4 1 9 9
Belgium Kim Hannes-Teunen 5 1 1 13 England Geaves 9 9 9 9
France Isabelle Stoehr w/o France Stoehr 10 4 5 3
8 England Tania Bailey scr Malaysia David 7 3 4
4 England Cassie Jackman 9 4 9 4 England Jackman 9 9 9
Malaysia Sharon Wee 7 9 7 5 4 England Jackman 9 9 9
15 New Zealand Shelley Kitchen 9 9 9 15 New Zealand Kitchen 2 0 6
New Zealand Tamsyn Leevey 1 2 4 4 England Jackman 9 9 9
5 England Linda Charman 9 9 9 5 England Charman 5 2 3
Netherlands Annelize Naudé 1 2 4 5 England Charman 10 9 9
Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 9 9 9 Republic of Ireland Perry 8 1 0
16 England Jenny Duncalf 7 5 2

Notes[edit]

Sarah Fitzgerald did not defend her title after retiring from competitive play.
Natalie Pohrer change her name back to Natalie Grainger and represented the United States after changing nationality.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Womens Squash World Open 2003".

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Doha (Qatar)
2002
World Open
Hong Kong

2003
Succeeded by
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
2004