2011 Men's World Team Squash Championships

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Men's World Team 2011
23rd WSF World Men's Team Championship
Logo World Team Squash 2011.jpg
Location Germany Paderborn, Germany
Date(s) August 21 - 27, 2011
Teams 32 (from all the 5 confederations)
Website
www.wmtc2011.com
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Champions Egypt Egypt
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runners-up England England
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Third place Australia Australia
← 2009 Denmark France 2013 →

The 2011 Men's World Team Squash Championships is the men's edition of the 2011 World Team Squash Championships organized by the World Squash Federation, which serves as the world team championship for squash players. The event were held in Paderborn, Germany and took place from August 21 to August 27, 2011. The tournament was organized by the World Squash Federation and the German Squash Association. The Egypt team won his third World Team Championships beating the English team in the final.

Participating teams[edit]

A total of 32 teams competed from all the five confederations: Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania. For Colombia, Namibia and Ukraine, it was their first participation at a world team championship.

Africa
(SFA)
America
(FPS)
Asia
(ASF)
Europe
(ESF)
Oceania
(OSF)
Map
 Egypt (Title Holder)
 Namibia
 South Africa
 Argentina
 Bermuda
 Canada
 Colombia
 Mexico
 United States
 Hong Kong
 India
 Kuwait
 Malaysia
 Pakistan
 South Korea
 Austria
 Denmark
 England
 France
 Finland
 Germany (Host Country)
 Hungary
 Ireland
 Italy
 Netherlands
 Scotland
 Spain
  Switzerland
 Sweden
 Ukraine
 Australia
 New Zealand
Map of the participating nations

Seeds[edit]

  1. England England (Final)
  2. Egypt Egypt (Champion)
  3. France France (Semifinals)
  4. Australia Australia (Semifinals)
  5. Malaysia Malaysia (Quarterfinals)
  6. India India (Quarterfinals)
  7. Canada Canada (Round of 16)
  8. United States United States (Quarterfinals)
  9. Italy Italy (Quarterfinals, then disqualified)
  10. Mexico Mexico (Round of 16)
  11. South Africa South Africa (Round of 16)
  12. Pakistan Pakistan (First Round)
  13. Finland Finland (Round of 16)
  14. Netherlands Netherlands (Round of 16)
  15. New Zealand New Zealand (First Round)
  16. Germany Germany (Round of 16)

Squads[edit]

[1]

Group stage results[edit]

[2]

Finals[edit]

Draw[edit]

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 England England 3 3 2
Hong Kong Hong Kong 0 0 0 1 England England 3 3 1
10 Mexico Mexico 0 3 2 9 Italy Italy 0 0 2
9 Italy Italy 3 0 3 1 England England 3 3 2
4 Australia Australia 3 1 3 4 Australia Australia 0 0 0
14 Netherlands Netherlands 0 3 0 4 Australia Australia 3 3
Denmark Denmark 0 1 6 India India 1 0
6 India India 3 3 1 England England 0 3 1
5 Malaysia Malaysia 3 3 2 2 Egypt Egypt 3 0 3
11 South Africa South Africa 0 2 1 5 Malaysia Malaysia 0 0 0
13 Finland Finland 0 0 1 3 France France 3 3 2
3 France France 3 3 2 3 France France 3 0 2
8 United States United States 3 3 2 Egypt Egypt 2 3 3
7 Canada Canada 1 2 8 United States United States 0 0 1
16 Germany Germany 1 2 0 2 Egypt Egypt 3 3 2
2 Egypt Egypt 3 3 2
Third place match
4 Australia Australia 0 3 3
3 France France 3 1 1

Results[edit]

Quarter Finals[edit]

Semi Finals[edit]

Final[edit]


England
1
FINAL
Paderborn, Germany
27 August 2011
Glass Court

Egypt
2
1 2 3 4 5
1 England
Egypt
N°1 Nick Matthew
N°1 Ramy Ashour
7
11
9
11
12
12
     
2 England
Egypt
N°3 Peter Barker
N°3 Hisham Mohd Ashour
11
6
11
9
11
7
     
3 England
Egypt
N°2 James Willstrop
N°2 Karim Darwish
5
11
11
13
11
9
4
11
   

[5]

 2011 WSF World Team Championship 

Egypt
3rd title
Team
Ramy Ashour - Karim Darwish - Mohamed El Shorbagy - Hisham Mohd Ashour

Post-tournament team ranking[edit]

[6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Denmark (Odense)
2009
Squash World Team
Germany (Paderborn)

2011
Succeeded by
France (Mulhouse)
2013