2010 Racquetball World Championships

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XV Racquetball World Championships
- South Korea 2010 -
Host Seoul
South Korea South Korea
Dates August 13 - August 21
Men's singles
Gold Gold medal.svg United States Rocky Carson
Silver Silver medal.svg United States Jack Huczek
Bronze Bronze medal.svg Bolivia Ricardo Monroy, Canada Vincent Gagnon
Women's singles
Gold Gold medal.svg United States Rhonda Rajsich
Silver Silver medal.svg Mexico Nancy Enriquez
Bronze Bronze medal.svg Mexico Paola Longoria, United States Cheryl Gudinas
Men's doubles
Gold Gold medal.svg United States Ben Croft & Mitch Williams
Silver Silver medal.svg Canada Mike Green & Tim Landeryou
Bronze Bronze medal.svg Venezuela Cesar Castro & Jorge Hirsekorn, Mexico Alejandro Landa & Miguel Perea
Women's doubles
Gold Gold medal.svg Mexico Paola Longoria & Samantha Salas
Silver Silver medal.svg United States Jackie Paraiso & Aimee Ruiz
Bronze Bronze medal.svg Canada Frédérique Lambert & Brandi Jacobson Prentice, Japan Naomi Wakimoto & Toshiko Sakamoto
Men teams
Champions Gold medal.svg United States United States
Runners-up Silver medal.svg Mexico Mexico
Third place Bronze medal.svg Canada Canada
Fourth place Bolivia Bolivia
Women teams
Champions Gold medal.svg United States United States
Runners-up Silver medal.svg Bolivia Bolivia
Third place Bronze medal.svg Canada Canada
Fourth place Chile Chile

The 15th Racquetball World Championships were held in Seoul (South Korea) from August 13 to 21, 2010, with 16 men's national teams and 11 women's national teams; and several players in the Singles and Doubles competition.

The incumbent champions in men's and women's singles were Americans Rocky Carson and Rhonda Rajsich, respectively, and they successfully defended their titles in Seoul.

In doubles, the Americans successfully defended the men's doubles title, and Mitch Williams was part of the winning team again, although in 2010 he won with Ben Croft while in 2008 Jason Thoerner was his partner.

In women's doubles, Paola Longoria and Samantha Salas broke a 22-year streak of American victories by defeating the defending champions Jackie Paraiso and Aimee Ruiz and claiming the first women's doubles title for Mexico.

Men's Singles Competition[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                   
 
 
1 United States Jack Huczek 15, 15
33 Argentina Daniel Maggi 13, 12
33 Chinese Taipei Wien-Chang Wen 1, 2
32 Argentina Danny Maggi 15, 15
1 United States Jack Huczek 15, 15
16 Costa Rica Ivan Villegas 2, 4
 
 
17 Costa Rica Ivan Villegas 15, 15
16 Dominican Republic Simon Perdomo 12, 5
 
 
1 United States Jack Huczek 15, 15
25 Japan Michimune Kono 3, 2
 
 
9 Japan Michimune Kono 15, 15
24 Guatemala Luis Meza 5, 2
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9 Japan Michimune Kono 15, 15
25 Venezuela Marcelo Laprea 13, 8
25  
40  
25 Republic of Ireland Patrick Hanley 3, 12
8 Venezuela Marcelo Laprea 15, 15
 
 
1 United States Jack Huczek 15, 15
4 Canada Vincent Gagnon 12, 12
 
 
5 Canada Vincent Gagnon 15, 15
37 India Raaj Mohan 4, 6
37 China Jeff Hwang 7, 3
28 India Raaj Mohan 15, 15
5 Canada Vincent Gagnon 15, 15
12 Catalonia Carlos Oviedo 6, 6
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44  
21 Catalonia Carlos Oviedo 15, 6, 11
12 Bolivia Amol Rocha 4, 15, 7
 
 
5 Canada Vincent Gagnon 15, 15
4 Colombia Francisco Gomez 5, 12
 
 
13 South Korea Daeyong Kwon 15, 15
20 Ecuador Jose Daniel Alvarez 7, 9
45  
20  
20 South Korea Daeyong Kwon 9, 3
4 Colombia Francisco Gomez 15, 15
29 Colombia Francisco Gomez 15, 15
36 Tonga Sitaram Vananran 2, 1
29 Colombia Francisco Gomez 15, 15
4 Mexico Eduardo Avila 10, 3
 
 
1 United States Jack Huczek 13, 14
3 United States Rocky Carson 15, 15
 
 
3 United States Rocky Carson 13, 15, 11
35 Argentina Shai Manzuri 15, 8, 4
35 United Kingdom Timothy Baghurst 3, 6
30 Argentina Shai Manzuri 15, 15
3 United States Rocky Carson 15, 15
14 Dominican Republic Luis Pérez 6, 9
 
 
19 Costa Rica Felipe Camacho 14, 15, 8
14 Dominican Republic Luis Pérez 15, 13, 11
 
 
3 United States Rocky Carson 15, 15
11 Colombia Alejandro Herrera 1, 8
 
 
11 Japan Takaaki Hirose 15, 15
22 Guatemala Christian Wer 6, 12
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22  
11 Japan Takaaki Hirose 4, 10
38 Colombia Alejandro Herrera 15, 15
27  
38  
38 Colombia Alejandro Herrera 15, 15
6 Venezuela Cesar Castro 11, 12
 
 
3 United States Rocky Carson 15, 15
10 Bolivia Ricardo Monroy 13, 12
 
 
7 Canada Kris Odegard 15, 15
26 India Sathwik Rai 2, 1
 
 
7 Canada Kris Odegard 9, 0
10 Bolivia Ricardo Monroy 15, 15
 
 
23 Republic of Ireland Joseph Dillon 4, 5
10 Bolivia Ricardo Monroy 15, 15
 
 
10 Bolivia Ricardo Monroy 14, 15, 11
2 Mexico Alejandro Landa 15, 9, 10
 
 
15 South Korea Seung Jun Jeon 10, 15, 10
18 Ecuador Fernando Rios 15, 15, 11
 
 
18 Ecuador Fernando Rios 4, 15, 7
2 Mexico Alejandro Landa 15, 13, 11
31 Chinese Taipei Choung-Yew Chang 4, 4
34 Tonga Siaosi Palauni 15, 15
34 Tonga Siaosi Palauni 5, 4
2 Mexico Alejandro Landa 15, 15
 
 
Winner
Rocky Carson United States

Women's singles competition[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                             
1 United States Rhonda Rajsich
32 BYE
1 United States Rhonda Rajsich 15, 15
17 Dominican Republic Claudine Garcia 3, 2
17 Dominican Republic Claudine Garcia 15, 15
16 Venezuela Vivianna Reveron 7, 7
1 United States Rhonda Rajsich 15, 15
8 Japan Maiko Sato 7, 11
9 Bolivia Jenny Daza Navia 15, 15
24 Tonga Sela Brown 3, 2
9 Bolivia Jenny Daza Navia 14, 15, 3
8 Japan Maiko Sato 15, 12, 11
25 Argentina Véronique Guillemette 9, 8
8 Japan Maiko Sato 15, 15
1 United States Rhonda Rajsich 9, 15, 11
5 Mexico Paola Longoria 15, 10, 5
5 Mexico Paola Longoria
28 BYE
5 Mexico Paola Longoria 15, 15
12 Ecuador Cristina Córdova 4, 3
21 Guatemala Marie Gomar 5, 5
12 Ecuador Cristina Cordova 15, 15
5 Mexico Paola Longoria 15, 15
4 South Korea Jin Young Seok 3, 4
13 Dominican Republic Jin Young Seok 15, 15
20 Republic of Ireland Katie Kenny 2, 4
20 South Korea Jin Young Seok 15, 15
4 Canada Josée Grand'Maître 8, 6
29 BYE
4 Canada Josée Grand'Maître
1 United States Rhonda Rajsich 15, 15
7 Mexico Nancy Enriquez 8, 11
3 United States Cheryl Gudinas
30 BYE
3 United States Cheryl Gudinas 15, 15
14 Venezuela Islhey Mariana Paredes 6, 1
19 Costa Rica Deborah Kessler 11, 7
14 Venezuela Mariana Paredes 15, 15
3 United States Cheryl Gudinas 15, 15
11 Ecuador Maria Jose Vargas 9, 7
11 Bolivia Maria Jose Vargas 15, 14, 11
22 Colombia Cristina Amaya 14, 15, 8
11 Bolivia Maria Jose Vargas 15, 3, 11
6 Japan Etsuko Noda 5, 15, 10
27 BYE
6 Japan Etsuko Noda
3 United States Cheryl Gudinas 15, 14, 5
7 Mexico Nancy Enriquez 5, 15, 11
7 Mexico Nancy Enriquez 15, 15
26 Tonga Pianola Tua'one 4, 1
7 Mexico Nancy Enriquez 15, 14, 11
10 Ecuador Maria Paz Munoz 3, 15, 6
23 Guatemala Maria Renee Rodriguez 5, 1
10 Ecuador Maria Paz Muñoz 15, 15
7 Mexico Nancy Enriquez 15, 15
2 Canada Jennifer Saunders 9, 9
15 South Korea Jung Eun Anh 15, 15
18 Republic of Ireland Majella Haverty 2, 0
18 South Korea Jung Eun Anh 8, 15, 4
2 Canada Jennifer Saunders 15, 11, 11
31 BYE
2 Canada Jennifer Saunders
Winner
Rhonda Rajsich United States

Men's doubles competition[1][edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter finals Semi finals Finals
                             
1 United States Ben Croft & Mitch Williams
 
1 United States USA 15, 15
17 Tonga Tonga 3, 2
17 Tonga Loleni Tuaone & Tevita Tangulu Forfeit
16 Chinese Taipei Wen-chang Went & Choung-yew Chang
1 United States USA 15, 15
9 Costa Rica Costa Rica 6, 13
9 Costa Rica Ivan Villegas & Felipe Camacho
9 Costa Rica Costa Rica 15, 15
8 Guatemala Guatemala 14, 11
8 Guatemala Christian Wer & Luis Meza
1 United States USA 15, 6, 11
4 Venezuela Venezuela 10, 15, 5
5 Japan Michimune Kono & Hiroshi Shimizu
5 Japan Japan 11, 11
12 South Korea South Korea 15, 15
12 South Korea Min Soo Park & Dong Min-jang
12 South Korea South Korea 2, 11
4 Venezuela Venezuela 15, 15
13 India Srikaran Kandadai & Raaj Mohan
13 India India 1, 4
4 Venezuela Venezuela 15, 15
 
4 Venezuela Cesar Castro & Jorge Hirsekorn
1 United States USA 15, 15
3 Canada Canada 2, 13
3 Canada Mike Green & Tim Landeryou
 
3 Canada Canada 15, 15
14 Republic of Ireland Ireland 6, 4
14 Republic of Ireland Patrick Hanley & Joseph Dillon
3 Canada Canada 7, 15, 11
6 Argentina Argentina 15, 7, 3
11 Dominican Republic Luis Perez & Simon Perdomo
11 Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 15, 3, 10
6 Argentina Argentina 8, 15, 11
6 Argentina Shai Mazuri & Daniel Maggi
3 Canada Canada 15, 15
2 Mexico Mexico 2, 5
7 Bolivia Ricardo Monroy & Carlos Keller Vargas
7 Bolivia Bolivia 15, 10, 9
10 Ecuador Ecuador 10, 15, 11
10 Ecuador Jose Daniel Alvarez & Fernando Rios
10 Ecuador Ecuador 7, 15, 9
2 Mexico Mexico 15, 8, 11
15 Colombia Juan Herrera & Alejandro Herrera
15 Colombia Colombia 8, 12
2 Mexico Mexico 15, 15
 
2 Mexico Alejandro Landa & Miguel Perea
Winners
United States Ben Croft & Mitch Williams

Women's doubles competition[2][edit]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                       
1 United States Jackie Paraiso & Aimee Ruiz
16 BYE
1 United States USA 15, 15
8 Venezuela 5, 5
9 Guatemala Maria Renee Rodriguez & Marie Gomar 4, 8
8 Venezuela Islhey Mariana Paredes & Vivianna Reveron 15, 15
1 United States USA 15, 15
4 Japan Japan 9, 3
5 Bolivia Jenny Daza Navia & Maria Jose Vargas
12 BYE
5 Bolivia Bolivia 15, 15
4 Japan Japan 12, 2
4 Japan Naomi Wakimoto & Toshiko Sakamoto
1 United States USA 15, 13, 4
3 Mexico Mexico 13, 15, 11
3 Mexico Paola Longoria & Samantha Salas
14 BYE
3 Mexico Mexico 15, 15
6 Ecuador Ecuador 2, 5
11 Tonga Pianola Tua'one & Sela Brown 1, 0
6 Ecuador Cristina Cordova & Maria Paz Muñoz 15, 15
3 Mexico Mexico 15, 15
2 Canada Canada 8, 6
7 South Korea Young-mi Lee & Yunhui Yu 15, 15
10 Republic of Ireland Katie Kenny & Majella Haverty 2, 10
7 South Korea South Korea 9, 6
2 Canada Canada 15, 15
BYE
2 Canada Frédérique Lambert & Brandi Jacobson Prentice
Mexico
Winners
Paola Longoria & Samantha Salas

Men's team competition[edit]

Round of 16 Quarter finals Semifinals Final
                       
1 United States United States 2
16 Tonga Tonga 1
1 United States USA 2
9 South Korea South Korea 1
8 Japan Japan 1
9 South Korea South Korea 2
1 United States USA 3
5 Bolivia Bolivia 0
5 Bolivia Bolivia 3
12 India India 0
5 Bolivia Bolivia 2
4 Venezuela Venezuela 1
13 Guatemala Guatemala 1
4 Venezuela Venezuela 2
1 United States USA 3
2 Canada Canada 0
3 Mexico Mexico 2
14 Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 1
3 Mexico Mexico 1
6 Costa Rica Costa Rica 2
11 Republic of Ireland Ireland 0
6 Costa Rica Costa Rica 3
6 Costa Rica Costa Rica 0
2 Canada Canada 3
7 Ecuador Ecuador 3
10 Argentina Argentina 0
7 Ecuador Ecuador 1
2 Canada Canada 2
15 Colombia Colombia 0
2 Canada Canada 3
United States
Winners
United States

Women's team competition[edit]

Round of 16 Quarter finals Semifinals Final
                       
1 United States United States
BYE
1 United States USA 2
8 Ecuador Ecuador 1
9 Guatemala Guatemala 0
8 Ecuador Ecuador 3
1 United States USA 2
4 Mexico Mexico 1
5 Japan Japan
12 BYE
5 Japan Japan 1
4 Mexico Mexico 2
4 Mexico Mexico
1 United States USA 3
2 Canada Canada 0
3 Bolivia Bolivia
14 BYE
3 Bolivia Bolivia 1
6 South Korea South Korea 2
11 Tonga Tonga 0
6 South Korea South Korea 3
6 South Korea South Korea 1
2 Canada Canada 2
7 Venezuela Venezuela 2
10 Republic of Ireland Ireland 1
7 Venezuela Venezuela 1
2 Canada Canada 2
BYE
2 Canada Canada
United States
Winners
United States

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