Women's Qatar Classic 2011

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Qatar Classic
11th WSA Qatar Classic
Details
LocationQatar Doha, Qatar
VenueAspire Academy
WSA World Tour
Website
www.squashsite.co.uk/qatar/
CategoryWorld Series Gold
Prize money$74,000
YearWorld Tour 2011
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The Women's Qatar Classic 2011 is the women's edition of the 2011 Qatar Classic, a squash tournament which is a WSA World Series gold event ($74,000 prize money). The event took place in Doha from 16 October to 21 October. Nicol David won her fourth Qatar Classic trophy, beating Madeline Perry 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 Qatar Classic (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 (Second Round)
  3. Australia Rachael Grinham (Semifinals)
  4. Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry (Final)
  5. England Laura Massaro (Second Round)
  6. Australia Kasey Brown (First Round)
  7. France Camille Serme (Second Round)
  8. Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy (First Round)
  9. Egypt Raneem El Weleily (Quarterfinals)
  10. Australia Donna Urquhart (Second Round)
  11. New Zealand Jaclyn Hawkes (First Round)
  12. Malaysia Low Wee Wern (Quarterfinals)
  13. Egypt Nour El Tayeb (Semifinals)
  14. England Sarah Kippax (First Round)
  15. Hong Kong Joey Chan (Second Round)
  16. Malaysia Delia Arnold (First Round)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals * Semi finals *
1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11
Denmark Line Hansen 4 4 4 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11
16 Malaysia Delia Arnold 8 11 11 6 8 Egypt Kanzy El Defrawy 6 7 1
Egypt Kanzy El Defrawy 11 4 6 11 11 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 11 11
7 France Camille Serme 11 11 11 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 6 4 8
Q South Africa Tenille Swartz 3 8 5 7 France Camille Serme 7 5 5
9 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 11 11 8 10 11 9 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 11 11 11
Q England Tania Bailey 4 6 11 12 3 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 4 11 11
3 Australia Rachael Grinham 11 11 11 3 Australia Rachael Grinham 6 11 6 8
Q Egypt Yathreb Adel 8 5 2 3 Australia Rachael Grinham 7 11 11 11
14 England Sarah Kippax 1 9 3 Republic of Ireland Aisling Blake 11 5 7 5
Republic of Ireland Aisling Blake 11 11 11 3 Australia Rachael Grinham 14 11 11
8 Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 11 3 7 11 England Emma Beddoes 12 4 7
England Emma Beddoes 6 11 11 13 England Emma Beddoes 8 11 11 6 13 Final
15 Hong Kong Joey Chan 6 15 Hong Kong Joey Chan 11 6 7 11 11
Egypt Heba El Torky 0 1 Malaysia Nicol David * 11 11 11
Q England Emily Whitlock 3 9 5 4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 2 7 3
12 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 11 11 11 13 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 11 3 12 11
Q Egypt Merhan Mahmoud 4 3 5 5 England Laura Massaro 6 11 10 9
5 England Laura Massaro 11 11 11 12 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 8 5 9
Q Egypt Farah Abdel Meguid 11 5 11 11 4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11 11 11
11 New Zealand Jaclyn Hawkes 3 11 8 7 Q Egypt Farah Abdel Meguid 5 5 3
Q Malaysia Siti Munirah Jusoh 6 4 2 4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11 11 11
4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11 11 11 4 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11 19 11
England Victoria Lust 3 14 11 6 8 13 Egypt Nour El Tayeb 9 17 9
10 Australia Donna Urquhart 11 12 6 11 11 10 Australia Donna Urquhart 8 7 5
Egypt Nour El Sherbini 11 7 11 Egypt Nour El Sherbini 11 11 11
6 Australia Kasey Brown 9 11 5 Egypt Nour El Sherbini 8 11 8 11
Switzerland Gaby Huber 1 12 8 13 Egypt Nour El Tayeb 11 5 11 13
13 Egypt Nour El Tayeb 11 14 11 13 Egypt Nour El Tayeb 11 5 11 12
Q Germany Sina Wall 6 3 6 2 England Jenny Duncalf 8 11 9 10
2 England Jenny Duncalf 11 11 11

[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World series Prize Money" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-29.
  2. ^ http://www.squashsite.co.uk/hk/draws.htm

External links[edit]

Preceded by
US Open
United States (Philadelphia)
2011
WSA World Series 2011
Qatar Classic
Qatar (Doha)

2011
Succeeded by
World Open
Netherlands (Rotterdam)
2011