2018–19 PSA Women's World Squash Championship

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2018–19 Women's World Championship
35th PSA Women's World Squash Championship
LocationUnited States Chicago, United States
Date(s)23 February - 2 March
Website
[https://psaworldchampionships.com/news
CategoryPSA World Championship
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionEgypt Nour El Sherbini
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runner-upEgypt Nour El Tayeb
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The 2018–19 PSA Women's World Squash Championship was the 2018–19 women's edition of the World Squash Championship, which serves as the individual world championship for squash players. The event will take place in Chicago, United States from 23 February - 2 March 2019.[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] It was the first World Championships to be staged under a new tour structure and has a record prize money level of $1million.[6][7]

Nour El Sherbini won her third world title beating Nour El Tayeb in the final continuing the recent Egyptian domination of the sport.[8]

Seeds[edit]

Draw and results[edit]

Finals[edit]

Quarter finals Semi finals Final
                     
1 Egypt El Weleily 11 6 11 11
8 Egypt Gohar 4 11 4 2
1 Egypt El Weleily 11 6 8 11 10
3 Egypt El Tayeb 6 11 11 7 12
12 Hong Kong Au 5 7 6
3 Egypt El Tayeb 11 11 11
3 Egypt El Tayeb 6 5 12 13
2 Egypt El Sherbini 11 11 10 15
4 New Zealand King 7 8 4
5 France Serme 11 11 11
5 France Serme 8 6 11 11 6
2 Egypt El Sherbini 11 11 6 5 11
10 Wales Evans 7 5 7
2 Egypt El Sherbini 11 11 11

Draw and results[edit]

Top Half[edit]

First round Second round Third Round Quarter finals
1 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 11 11 11
South Africa Alexandra Fuller 6 7 3 1 Egypt El Weleily 11 11 11
17 Egypt Hania El Hammamy 11 11 11 17 Egypt El Hammamy 5 7 9
Hong Kong Lee Ka Yi 4 5 4 1 Egypt El Weleily 11 11 11
26 Egypt Nadine Shahin 11 11 11 9 England Waters 8 6 7
Malaysia Low Wee Wern 7 4 8 26 Egypt Shahin 4 2 9
9 England Alison Waters 11 11 11 9 England Waters 11 11 11
Belgium Tinne Gilis 5 7 4 1 Egypt El Weleily 11 6 11 11
15 England Victoria Lust 8 10 11 11 11 8 Egypt Gohar 4 11 4 2
Canada Danielle Letourneau 11 12 6 9 7 15 England Lust 11 11 11
21 England Emily Whitlock 11 11 11 21 England Whitlock 5 7 7
Czech Republic Anna Serme 6 3 7 15 England Lust 8 8 9
25 England Fiona Moverley 11 6 11 11 8 Egypt Gohar 11 11 11
England Lucy Turmel 8 11 5 5 25 England Moverley 10 4 4 Semi finals
8 Egypt Nouran Gohar 11 11 11 8 Egypt Gohar 12 11 11
Egypt Menna Hamed 6 4 1 1 Egypt El Weleily 11 6 8 11 10
7 England Laura Massaro 11 11 11 3 Egypt El Tayeb 6 11 11 7 12
New Zealand Amanda Landers-Murphy 4 3 8 7 England Massaro 11 11 11
28 Belgium Nele Gilis 11 11 7 11 7 France Aumard 6 2 9
France Coline Aumard 13 4 11 9 11 7 England Massaro 9 8 4
30 Egypt Rowan Reda Araby 11 11 11 12 Hong Kong Au 11 11 11
Canada Nicole Bunyan 2 3 4 30 Egypt Araby 11 5 11 1 1
12 Hong Kong Annie Au 11 11 11 12 Hong Kong Au 7 11 4 11 11
Canada Nikki Todd 6 3 4 12 Hong Kong Au 5 7 6
16 Egypt Salma Hany 12 11 11 3 Egypt El Tayeb 11 11 11
Hong Kong Tong Tsz Wing 10 9 6 16 Egypt Hany 7 11 6 7
29 Canada Samantha Cornett 8 10 12 11 France Alvès 11 9 11 11
France Mélissa Alvès 11 12 10 13 France Alvès 7 3 6
31 England Zeina Mickawy 11 9 11 11 3 Egypt El Tayeb 11 11 11 '
United States Haley Mendez 6 11 6 9 31 Egypt Mickawy 2 6 4
3 Egypt Nour El Tayeb 11 11 11 3 Egypt El Tayeb 11 11 11
Malaysia Rachel Arnold 2 6 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First round Second round Third Round Quarter finals
4 New Zealand Joelle King 11 11 11
Egypt Heba El Torky 6 9 6 4 New Zealand King 12 11 15 12 11
23 Egypt Mayar Hany 11 12 11 11 23 Egypt Hany 14 2 13 14 3
Hong Kong Ho Tze-Lok 6 14 7 7 4 New Zealand King 11 11 15
18 Hong Kong Joey Chan 11 11 11 18 Hong Kong Chan 7 9 13
Australia Sarah Cardwell 6 6 6 18 Hong Kong Chan 12 11 11
14 India Joshna Chinappa 11 11 11 14 India Chinappa 10 7 7
Latvia Ineta Mackeviča 5 3 7 4 New Zealand King 7 8 4
13 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11 5 France Serme 11 11 11
Egypt Menna Nasser 3 6 6 13 Malaysia David 11 11 11
24 England Millie Tomlinson 22 11 12 8 24 England Tomlinson 5 4 7
United States Olivia Fiechter 24 5 10 11 13 Malaysia David 11 4 4 5
27 Australia Rachael Grinham 10 7 4 5 France Serme 9 11 11 11
Scotland Lisa Aitken 12 11 11 Scotland Aitken 2 5 7 Semi finals
5 France Camille Serme 11 11 11 5 France Serme 11 11 11
England Jenny Duncalf 2 4 2 5 France Serme 8 6 11 11 6
6 England Sarah-Jane Perry 11 11 11 2 Egypt El Sherbini 11 11 6 5 11
Hong Kong Vanessa Chu 7 3 6 6 England Perry 12 12 11 12
20 Egypt Yathreb Adel 11 11 11 20 Egypt Adel 14 10 6 10
France Énora Villard 6 8 5 6 England Perry 6 8 11 7
32 Egypt Nada Abbas 3 11 10 8 10 Wales Evans 11 11 8 11
Hong Kong Liu Tsz-Ling 11 7 12 11 Hong Kong Tsz-Ling 12 4 3 6
10 Wales Tesni Evans 13 11 11 10 Wales Evans 10 11 11 11
Netherlands Milou van der Heijden 11 4 9 10 Wales Evans 7 5 7
11 United States Amanda Sobhy 11 11 11 2 Egypt El Sherbini 11 11 11
England Julianne Courtice 4 6 7 11 United States Sobhy 6 11 11 11
19 United States Olivia Blatchford Clyne 7 11 12 9 11 19 United States Blatchford-Clyne 11 7 1 6
Canada Hollie Naughton 11 4 10 11 6 11 United States Sobhy 12 3 11 8 7
22 Egypt Mariam Metwally 9 8 11 2 Egypt El Sherbini 10 11 4 11 11
Australia Christine Nunn 11 11 13 Australia Nunn 2 4 6
2 Egypt Nour El Sherbini 11 11 11 2 Egypt El Sherbini 11 11 11
England Lily Taylor 8 5 9

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2018/19 PSA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BECOME FIRST MILLION-DOLLAR SQUASH TOURNAMENT". Professional Squash Association.
  2. ^ "WSF Calendar". World Squash.org.
  3. ^ "$500,000 Women's PSA World Championship 2019, Union Station, Chicago, USA". Squash Info.
  4. ^ "WSF Calendar". World Squash.org.
  5. ^ "Results". Official website.
  6. ^ "Professional squash to take on new look for 2018/19 season". Eurosport.
  7. ^ "Squash restructure aimed at simplifying tour and boosting earnings". BBC Sport.
  8. ^ "EGYPT'S FARAG & EL SHERBINI LIFT 2018-2019 PSA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TITLES". PSA World Tour.
Preceded by
England (Manchester)
2017
PSA World Championship
United States (Chicago)

2018–19
Succeeded by
TBA
2019–20