2011 Women's World Open Squash Championship

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Women's World Open 2011
28th WSA World Squash Championship
LocationNetherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands
Date(s)1–6 November 2011
Website
www.worldopensquash2011.com
WSA World Tour
CategoryWSA World Open
Prize money$143,000
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionMalaysia Nicol David
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upEngland Jenny Duncalf
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Semi-finalistsNetherlands N Grinham / Mexico S Terán
← 2010 Egypt Cayman Islands 2012 →

The 2011 Women's World Open Squash Championship is the women's edition of the 2011 World Open, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event took place at the New Luxor Theatre in Rotterdam in the Netherlands from 1 to 6 November. Nicol David won her sixth World Open trophy, beating Jenny Duncalf in the final.

Prize money and ranking points[edit]

For 2011, the prize purse was $143,000. The prize money and points breakdown is as follows:[1]

Prize Money World Open (2011)
Event W F SF QF 2R 1R
Points (WSA) 5300 3630 2150 1150 575 330
Prize money $21,760 $14,720 $8,640 $5,120 $2,880 $1,600

Seeds[edit]

  1. Malaysia Nicol David (Champion)
  2. England Jenny Duncalf (Final)
  3. Australia Rachael Grinham (Second Round)
  4. Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry (Second Round)
  5. England Laura Massaro (Quarterfinals)
  6. Australia Kasey Brown (Quarterfinals)
  7. France Camille Serme (Second Round)
  8. Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy (First Round)
  9. Hong Kong Annie Au (Second Round)
  10. New Zealand Joelle King (Second Round)
  11. Netherlands Natalie Grinham (Semifinals)
  12. Egypt Raneem El Weleily (Second Round)
  13. Australia Donna Urquhart (Second Round)
  14. New Zealand Jaclyn Hawkes (Second Round)
  15. Mexico Samantha Terán (Semifinals)
  16. Malaysia Low Wee Wern (Quarterfinals)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1 Malaysia N David 11 11 11    
Malaysia D Arnold 3 6 5     1 Malaysia N David 11 11 11    
13 Australia D Urquhart 12 8 11 11 2 Q Egypt N R Sherbini 7 6 7    
Q Egypt N R Sherbini 10 11 11 9 11 1 Malaysia N David 11 12 11    
11 Egypt R E Weleily 11 11 11     6 Australia K Brown 7 10 4    
England S Kippax 9 9 5     11 Egypt R E Weleily 4 11 11 6 11
6 Australia K Brown 11 11 11     6 Australia K Brown 11 7 3 11 8
  Netherlands O Noom 6 5 4     1 Malaysia N David 11 11 11    
7 France C Serme 12 11 2     12 Netherlands N Grinham 9 4 6    
Egypt N E Tayeb 10 7 1     7 France C Serme 4 10 11 8  
16 Malaysia L W Wern 11 11 11     16 Malaysia L W Wern 11 12 2 11  
Q United States L Khan 6 9 8     16 Malaysia L W Wern 7 7 5    
12 Netherlands N Grinham 11 11 11     12 Netherlands N Grinham 11 11 11    
Q Republic of Ireland A Blake 5 3 9     12 Netherlands N Grinham 11 11 11     Final
4 Republic of Ireland M Perry 11 9 11 9 14 4 Republic of Ireland M Perry 6 5 8    
Q England E Beddoes 4 11 5 11 12 1 Malaysia N David 11 11 11    
Q England L Selby 7 4 5     2 England J Duncalf 2 5 0    
3 Australia R Grinham 11 11 11     3 Australia R Grinham 11 2 3 10  
Q Wales T Evans 5 3 7     15 Mexico S Terán 4 11 11 12  
15 Mexico S Terán 11 11 11     15 Mexico S Terán 11 11 11    
  India D Pallikal 11 9 11 11     India D Pallikal 6 8 9    
14 New Zealand J Hawkes 8 11 8 7     India D Pallikal 11 11 11    
Q Egypt K E Dafrawy 12 11 12     Q Egypt K E Dafrawy 6 7 6    
8 Egypt O A Kawy 10 9 10     15 Mexico S Terán 9 4 7    
Q Egypt Y Adel 9 7 6     2 England J Duncalf 11 11 11    
5 England L Massaro 11 11 11     5 England L Massaro 11 11 11    
  Hong Kong J Chan 11 6 11 6   9 Hong Kong A Au 9 7 6    
9 Hong Kong A Au 13 11 7 11   5 England L Massaro 9 7 7    
Q Switzerland G Huber 7 6 6     2 England J Duncalf 11 11 11    
10 New Zealand J King 11 11 11     10 New Zealand J King 9 11 1 3  
Denmark L Hansen 9 10 7     2 England J Duncalf 11 7 11 11  
2 England J Duncalf 11 12 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://www.worldopensquash2011.com/drawsW.htm[permanent dead link]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Egypt (Sharm el-Sheikh)
2010
WSA World Open
Netherlands (Rotterdam)

2011
Succeeded by
Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman) 2012
Preceded by
Qatar Classic
Qatar (Doha)
2011
WSA World Series 2011
World Open
Netherlands (Rotterdam)

2011
Succeeded by
Hong Kong Open
Hong Kong
2011