2011 Women's Australian Open (squash)

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Australian Open 2011
32nd WSA Australian Open
Details
LocationAustralia Canberra Australia
VenueNational Convention Centre
WSA World Tour
Website
www.australiansquashopen.com
CategoryWorld Series Gold
Prize money$74,000
YearWorld Tour 2011
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The Women's Australian Open 2011 is the women' edition of the 2011 Australian Open, which is a tournament of the WSA World Series event Gold (Prize money : 74 000 $). The event took place in Canberra in Australia from 9 August to 14 August. Nicol David won her first Australian Open trophy, beating Jenny Duncalf in the final.

Prize money and ranking points[edit]

For 2011, the prize purse was $74,000. The prize money and points breakdown is as follows:[1]

Prize Money Australian Open (2011)
Event W F SF QF 2R 1R
Points (WSA) 3360 2310 1365 735 365.5 210
Prize money $10,880 $7,360 $4,320 $2,560 $1,440 $800

Seeds[edit]

  1. Malaysia Nicol David (Champion)
  2. England Jenny Duncalf (Final)
  3. Australia Rachael Grinham (Semifinals)
  4. Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry (Semifinals)
  5. Australia Kasey Brown (Second Round)
  6. Hong Kong Annie Au (Quarterfinals)
  7. Australia Donna Urquhart (Quarterfinals)
  8. New Zealand Joelle King (Quarterfinals)
  9. Malaysia Low Wee Wern (Second Round)
  10. Netherlands Natalie Grinham (Quarterfinals)
  11. Hong Kong Joey Chan (Second Round)
  12. Malaysia Delia Arnold (Second Round)
  13. India Dipika Pallikal (Second Round)
  14. Denmark Line Hansen (Second Round)
  15. New Zealand Kylie Lindsay (First Round)
  16. Switzerland Gaby Huber (Second Round)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11
Australia Samantha Davies 3 6 2 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11
15 New Zealand Kylie Lindsay 9 11 4 3 England Emily Whitlock 9 7 5
England Emily Whitlock 11 7 11 11 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11
6 Hong Kong Annie Au 11 11 11 6 Hong Kong Annie Au 0 2 0
Q Scotland Lisa Aitken 3 1 5 6 Hong Kong Annie Au 14 11 9 11
14 Denmark Line Hansen 8 11 11 11 14 Denmark Line Hansen 12 4 11 9
Netherlands M. van der Heijden 11 9 8 9 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 13 11
3 Australia Rachael Grinham 11 11 11 3 Australia Rachael Grinham 7 11 7
Czech Republic Lucie Fialová 7 5 2 3 Australia Rachael Grinham 11 8 11 11
9 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 11 11 11 9 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 8 11 4 3
Q Australia Zoe Petrovansky 4 6 5 3 Australia Rachael Grinham 11 11 11
7 Australia Donna Urquhart 11 11 11 7 Australia Donna Urquhart 7 4 7
Q Australia Tamika Saxby 7 1 3 7 Australia Donna Urquhart 11 7 11 11 Final
13 India Dipika Pallikal 11 11 11 13 India Dipika Pallikal 6 11 6 8
Q New Zealand A. Landers-Murphy 4 8 2 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11
Czech Republic Olga Ertlová 11 9 11 6 6 2 England Jenny Duncalf 8 4 6
12 Malaysia Delia Arnold 5 11 9 11 11 12 Malaysia Delia Arnold 5 11 9
Australia Maggy Marshall 6 3 2 8 New Zealand Joelle King 11 13 11
8 New Zealand Joelle King 11 11 11 New Zealand Joelle King 11 11 10 9
WC Australia Christine Nunn 3 2 3 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 13 2 12 11
11 Hong Kong Joey Chan 11 11 11 11 Hong Kong Joey Chan 8 11 3 2
Malaysia Siti Munirah Jusoh 5 2 3 4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11 6 11 11
4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11 11 11 4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 8 9 11 4
Australia Melody Francis 2 4 5 2 England Jenny Duncalf 11 11 2 11
10 Netherlands Natalie Grinham 11 11 11 10 Netherlands Natalie Grinham 11 7 12 11
Q New Zealand Amanda Cranston 2 7 3 5 Australia Kasey Brown 9 11 10 9
5 Australia Kasey Brown 11 11 11 10 Netherlands Natalie Grinham 4 10 11 8
Australia Sarah Cardwell 6 11 5 1 2 England Jenny Duncalf 11 12 8 11
16 Switzerland Gaby Huber 11 8 11 11 16 Switzerland Gaby Huber 5 3 1
Q Australia Vanessa Pickerd 5 3 3 2 England Jenny Duncalf 11 11 11
2 England Jenny Duncalf 11 11 11

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World series Prize Money" (PDF). Retrieved 29 June 2012.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ http://aus2011.livesquash.com/?page=womens-main-draw

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Malaysian Open
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
2011
WSA World Series 2011
Australian Open
Australia (Canberra)

2011
Succeeded by
US Open
United States (Philadelphia) 2011