US Junior Open squash championship

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US Junior Open
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Details
Event name US Junior Open Squash Championship
Location United States United States, New Haven
Venue Yale University
Website
www.ussquash.com/junior/tournaments/usjro/
PSA World Tour
Most recent champion(s) Pakistan Israr Ahmed
WSA World Tour
Most recent champion(s) Japan Satomi Watanabe

The United States Junior Open squash championship is the largest individual junior squash tournament in the world[1] and is considered the third most prestigious junior open squash championship after the World Junior and the British Junior Open squash championship.[2]

The 2014 US Junior Open squash championship hosted a record field of over 900 players representing over 20 countries.[3]

The tournament is divided into ten categories — Boys Under-19, Boys Under-17, Boys Under-15, Boys Under-13, Boys Under-11, Girls Under-19, Girls Under-17, Girls Under-15, Girls Under-13, and Girls Under-11.

List of winners by category (Boys)[edit]

Year Under-11 Under-13 Under-15 Under-17 Under-19
1999 did not play unknown unknown Mexico Moises Galvez Colombia Bernardo Samper
2000 did not play Pakistan Adil Maqbool unknown Australia Jhie Gough Mexico Moises Galvez
2001 did not play Mexico Antonio Glez Mexico Arturo Salazar Martinez Mexico Mauricio Sanchez South Africa Anton de Jager
2002 did not play Canada Kelly Shannon Mexico Arturo Salazar Martinez Pakistan Jahanzeb Khan United States Julian Illingworth
2003 did not play Canada Brian Hong Canada David Letourneau Australia Andrew Budd Colombia Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
2004 unknown Canada Nicholas Sachvie Canada Kelly Shannon Canada Colin West Colombia Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
2005 unknown England David Wardle Canada Arjun Gupta Mexico Antonio Glez Canada Chris Sachvie
2006 unknown United States Sam Conant Canada Nicholas Sachvie United States Todd Harrity Mexico Arturo Salazar Martinez
2007 United States Max Martin United States Dylan Murray England David Wardle Mexico Alfredo Avila Egypt Mohd Ali Anwar reda
2008 United States David Yacobucci Mexico Juan C Gomez Egypt Ahmed Latif Mexico Miled Zarazua United States Todd Harrity
2009 United States Ryan Murray Mexico Guillermo Cortes Egypt Seif El Einen Jr Egypt Ahmed Abdelhalim Mexico Miled Zarazua
2010 Egypt Aly Abou El Einen Egypt Mohamed El Shamy Peru Diego Elias Egypt Fady Sarwat Canada Nicolas Sachvie
2011 United States Ayush Menon United States Salim Khan Egypt Mahmoud Yousry Egypt Seif El Heinen Egypt Ahmed Abdel Khalek
2012 Egypt Karim El Barbary Mexico Leonel Cardenas Mexico Juan Camacho Mercado Peru Diego Elias Egypt Karim El Hammamy
2013 United States Rohan Iyer Egypt Asser Ibrahim Egypt Youssef Ibrahim Egypt Karim Ibrahim Peru Diego Elias
2014 Egypt Kareem El Torkey Egypt Ali Yacout Egypt Nada Abbas Egypt Youssef Ibrahim United States Timothy Robert Brownell
2015 Egypt Omar Ali Azzam England Sam Todd Egypt Aly Tolba United States Sam Scherl Pakistan Israr Ahmed

Boys' champions by country[edit]

Country U-11 U-13 U-15 U-17 U-19 Total
 Egypt 4 3 6 5 3 20
 Mexico 0 4 3 5 4 16
 United States 5 3 0 2 3 13
 Canada 0 3 4 1 2 10
 Colombia 0 0 0 0 3 3
 Peru 0 0 1 1 1 3
 Pakistan 0 1 0 1 1 3
 England 0 2 1 0 0 3
 Australia 0 0 0 2 0 2

List of winners by category (Girls)[edit]

Year Under-11 Under-13 Under-15 Under-17 Under-19
1999 unknown United States unknown United States unknown Canada Jacqui Inward Malaysia Leong Siu Lynn
2000 Was not played United States Maxi Prinsen United States Lily Lorentzen United States Lauren McCrery United States Michelle Quibell
2001 Was not played United States Emily Park Canada Alisha Turner Canada Jennifer Blumberg Canada Ruchika Kumar
2002 Was not played United States Emily Park Canada Rebecca Dudley United States Britt Hebden England Emma Beddoes
2003 Was not played Canada Laura Gemmell United States Emily Park Canada Neha Kumar United States Lily Lorentzen
2004 Was not played United States Olivia Blatchford United States Emily Park United States Kristen Lange England Jenna Gates
2005 Was not played United States Skyler Bouchard Canada Laura Gemmell United States Emily Park Canada Neha Kumar
2006 Was not played United States Amy Smedira United States Vidya Rajan Canada Laura Gemmel United States Kristen Lange
2007 United States Reeham Sedky United States Claudia Regio United States Amanda Sobhy Egypt Salma Nassar Canada Laura Gemmell
2008 United States Helen Teegan United States Reeham Sedky United States Maria Elena Ubina United States Amanda Sobhy Canada Laura Gemmell
2009 United States Elena Wagenmans United States Reeham Sedky United States Olivia Fiechter United States Maria Elena Ubina United States Olivia Blatchford
2010 United States Elena Wagenmans United States Helen Teegan United States Reeham Sedky United States Olivia Fiechter United States Amanda Sobhy
2011 Egypt Jamila Abul Enin Egypt Malak Fayed United States Reeham Sedky Malaysia Sue Ann Yong United States Maria Elena Ubina
2012 Egypt Farida Mohamed Egypt Farida Saber United States Helen Teegan Egypt Laila Omar United States Sabrina Sobhy
2013 Egypt Sana Mohamed Egypt Nouran Youssef Japan Satomi Wanatabe Canada Chloe Chemtob United States Sabrina Sobhy
2014 Was not played United States Marina Stefanoni Egypt Nada Abbas Japan Satomi Wanatabe United States Reeham Sedky
2015 Egypt Lojayn Gohary Egypt Jana Safy United States Marina Stefanoni United States Grayce Doyle Japan Satomi Wanatabe

Girls' champions by country[edit]

Country U-11 U-13 U-15 U-17 U-19 Total
 United States 4 12 12 8 9 45
 Canada 0 1 3 5 4 13
 Egypt 4 4 1 2 0 11
 Japan 0 0 1 1 1 3
 England 0 0 0 0 2 2
 Malaysia 0 0 0 1 1 2

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