2010 WISPA World Series

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WISPA World Series 2010
Details
Event name WISPA World Series 2010
Website
www.wsaworldtour.com/world-series-standings
Year World Tour 2010
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The WISPA World Series 2010 is a series of women's squash tournaments which are part of the Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA) World Tour for the 2010 squash season. The WISPA World Series tournaments are some of the most prestigious events on the women's tour. Nicol David won the 2010 World Series followed by Jenny Duncalf and Rachael Grinham.

WSA World Series Ranking Points[edit]

WSA World Series events also have a separate World Series ranking. Points for this are calculated on a cumulative basis after each World Series event.

Tournament Ranking Points
Rank Prize Money US$ Ranking Points Winner Runner up 3/4 5/8 9/16 17/32
World Series $74,000+ 625 points 100 65 40 25 15 10

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2010 Tournaments[edit]

Tournament Country Location Rank Prize money Date 2010 Winner
Hong Kong Open 2010  Hong Kong Hong Kong World Series Gold $74,000 25-29 August 2010 Malaysia Nicol David
World Open 2010  Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh World Open $147,000 18-22 September 2010 Malaysia Nicol David
Qatar Classic 2010  Qatar Doha World Series Gold $74,000 8-12 November 2010 Malaysia Nicol David

World Series Standings 2010[edit]

Performance Table Legend
10 1st Round 15 Round of 16
25 Quarterfinalist 40 Semifinalist
65 Runner-up 100 Winner
Top 16 World Series Standings 2010
Rank Player Number of
Tournament
Hong Kong
Open
World
Open
Qatar
Classic
Total
Points
HKG Hong Kong EGY Egypt QAT Qatar
1 Malaysia Nicol David 3 100 100 100 300
2 England Jenny Duncalf 3 65 25 40 130
3 Australia Rachael Grinham 2 40 - 65 105
4 Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 3 25 65 10 100
5 England Alison Waters 2 40 40 - 80
6 Australia Kasey Brown 3 25 25 25 75
7 France Camille Serme 3 15 40 15 70
8 England Laura Massaro 3 25 15 25 65
9 Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 3 15 25 15 55
10 Egypt Nour El Tayeb 2 - 10 40 50
11 Australia Donna Urquhart 3 15 10 15 40
12 France Isabelle Stoehr 3 10 15 15 40
13 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 2 25 15 - 40
11 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 2 - 15 25 40
15 England Sarah Kippax 3 10 10 15 35
16 New Zealand Joelle King 2 - 10 25 35

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World series Prize Money" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-29. [permanent dead link]

External links[edit]