2005 Women's World Open Squash Championship

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Women's World Open 2005
22nd WISPA World Squash Championship
LocationHong Kong Hong Kong
Date(s)29 November – 4 December 2005
Website
squashtalk.com/hongkong/2005/wdraw2005.html
WISPA World Tour
CategoryWISPA World Open
Prize money$72,500
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionMalaysia Nicol David
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upAustralia Rachael Grinham
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsNetherlands V Atkinson / Australia N Grinham
← 2004 Malaysia Northern Ireland 2006 →

The 2005 Women's World Open Squash Championship is the women's edition of the 2005 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place in Hong Kong from 29 November to 4 December 2005. Nicol David won her first World Open trophy, beating Rachael Grinham in the final.

Ranking points[edit]

In 2005, the points breakdown were as follows:

World Open (2005)
Event W F SF QF 2R 1R
Points (WISPA) 3360 2310 1365 735 367,5 210

Seeds[edit]

  1. Australia Rachael Grinham (Final)
  2. Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson (Semi-finals)
  3. Malaysia Nicol David (Champion)
  4. Australia Natalie Grinham (Semi-finals)
  5. England Linda Elriani (Quarter-finals)
  6. England Vicky Botwright (Quarter-finals)
  7. England Jenny Duncalf (Second round)
  8. Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy (Quarter-finals)
  9. England Tania Bailey (Second round)
  10. Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry (Quarter-finals)
  11. New Zealand Shelley Kitchen (First round)
  12. Netherlands Annelize Naudé (Second round)
  13. France Isabelle Stoehr (Second round)
  14. England Alison Waters (Second round)
  15. Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu (Second round)
  16. England Laura Lengthorn (Second round)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter-finals Semi-finals
1 Australia R Grinham 9 9 9    
Q Scotland P Nimmo 1 3 4     1 Australia R Grinham 9 9 9    
15 Hong Kong R Chiu 9 9 9     15 Hong Kong R Chiu 3 2 7    
Q Mexico S Terán 6 3 5     1 Australia R Grinham 9 9 10    
7 England J Duncalf 9 9 9     10 Republic of Ireland M Perry 4 4 8    
  England D Lloyd-Walter 2 2 5     7 England J Duncalf 0 6 10 9 5
10 Republic of Ireland M Perry 9 5 9 9   10 Republic of Ireland M Perry 9 9 8 1 9
Q Australia M Martin 3 9 2 4   1 Australia R Grinham 10 9 9    
4 Australia N Grinham 9 9 9     4 Australia N Grinham 8 6 4    
Q England B Botwright 1 0 3     4 Australia N Grinham 9 6 9 9  
12 Netherlands A Naudé 9 9 9     12 Netherlands A Naudé 4 9 0 4  
  United States L Khan 2 2 7     4 Australia N Grinham 9 1 9 9  
8 Egypt O Abdel Kawy 9 9 9     8 Egypt O Abdel Kawy 1 9 4 0  
Q Australia D Desira 4 4 7     8 Egypt O Abdel Kawy 9 8 9 6 9 Final
11 New Zealand S Kitchen 7 6 7     Wales T Malik 4 10 1 9 3
Wales T Malik 9 9 9     1 Australia R Grinham 10 2 6 7  
Q England S Pierrepont 4 4 9 4   3 Malaysia N David 8 9 9 9  
16 England L Lengthorn 9 9 6 9   16 England L Lengthorn 3 4 6    
5 England L Elriani 9 9 9     5 England L Elriani 9 9 9    
Australia A Pittock 3 1 4     5 England L Elriani 4 7 7    
9 England T Bailey 9 9 9     3 Malaysia N David 9 9 9    
Q Netherlands K Kronemeyer 0 0 4     9 England T Bailey 6 5 7    
3 Malaysia N David 9 9 9     3 Malaysia N David 9 9 9    
Egypt E Kheirallah 0 4 0     3 Malaysia N David 6 9 10 9  
14 England A Waters 5 9 9 9   2 Netherlands V Atkinson 9 1 9 3  
New Zealand T Leevey 9 5 3 3   14 England A Waters 4 0 3    
6 England V Botwright 9 9 9     6 England V Botwright 9 9 9    
Q Australia K Brown 4 0 3     5 England V Botwright 6 0 7    
Q England L Briggs 3 5 9 2   3 Netherlands V Atkinson 9 9 9    
13 France I Stoehr 9 9 5 9   13 France I Stoehr 5 10 2 2  
Q Egypt R El Weleily 4 3 2     2 Netherlands V Atkinson 9 9 9 9  
2 Netherlands V Atkinson 9 9 9    

Note: * Q = Qualifier, * w/o = Walkover, * r = Retired [1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hong Kong 2005 Draw". Squashtalk.com. Archived from the original on 5 August 2011. Retrieved 2 February 2012.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
2004
WISPA World Open
Hong Kong

2005
Succeeded by
Northern Ireland (Belfast) 2006