Women's Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2012

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Malaysian Open 2012
34th WSA Malaysian Open
Logo Malaysian Squash Open 2012.jpg
Details
Event name Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2012
Location Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Venue National Squash Centre
Bukit Jalil
Website
www.squashsite.co.uk/2009/malaysian2012.htm
WSA World Tour
Category World Series Gold
Prize money $70,000
Year World Tour 2012
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The Women's Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2012 is the women's edition of the 2012 Malaysian Open Squash Championships, which is a tournament of the WSA World Series event Gold (Prize money : 70 000 $). The event took place in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia from 12 to 15 September. Raneem El Weleily won her first Malaysian Open trophy, beating Nicol David in the final.

Prize money and ranking points[edit]

For 2012, the prize purse was $70,000. The prize money and points breakdown is as follows:[1]

Prize Money Malaysian Open (2012)
Event W F SF QF 2R 1R
Points (WSA) 3360 2310 1365 735 365,5 210
Prize money $10,200 $6,900 $4,050 $2,400 $1,350 $750

Seeds[edit]

  1. Malaysia Nicol David (Final)
  2. Egypt Raneem El Weleily (Champion)
  3. England Jenny Duncalf (Quarterfinals)
  4. England Laura Massaro (Semifinals)
  5. Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry (Second round)
  6. Hong Kong Annie Au (Quarterfinals)
  7. Egypt Nour El Sherbini (Quarterfinals)
  8. Netherlands Natalie Grinham (Second round)
  9. Australia Rachael Grinham (First round)
  10. Australia Kasey Brown (Second round)
  11. Malaysia Low Wee Wern (Semifinals)
  12. France Camille Serme (Second round)
  13. Mexico Samantha Teran (First round)
  14. India Dipika Pallikal (Second round)
  15. England Alison Waters (Quarterfinals)
  16. Australia Donna Urquhart (Second round)

Draw and results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter finals Semi finals
1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 12 11
Q India Joshna Chinappa 3 10 9 1 Malaysia Nicol David 11 8 11 11
16 Australia Donna Urquhart 11 11 11 16 Australia Donna Urquhart 6 11 8 7
Q Czech Republic Lucie Fialova 4 6 4 1 Malaysia Nicol David 6 11 15 11
6 Hong Kong Annie Au 11 11 11 6 Hong Kong Annie Au 11 5 13 5
Q Netherlands M Van Der Heijden 2 0 4 6 Hong Kong Annie Au 11 11 11
10 Australia Kasey Brown 4 11 11 11 10 Australia Kasey Brown 7 8 8
Egypt Heba El Torky 11 7 9 6 1 Malaysia Nicol David 10 11 11 11
4 England Laura Massaro 11 11 11 4 England Laura Massaro 12 6 7 8
Q Hong Kong Tong Tsz-Wing 7 5 1 4 England Laura Massaro
14 India Dipika Pallikal 11 11 12 14 India Dipika Pallikal
Q New Zealand Kylie Lindsay 6 6 10 4 England Laura Massaro 11 11 11 11
7 Egypt Nour El Sherbini 7 1 4 7 Egypt Nour El Sherbini 13 5 7 3
Switzerland Gaby Huber 11 11 11 7 Egypt Nour El Sherbini 11 5 11 11 Final
13 Mexico Samantha Teran 3 4 11 10 England Emily Whitlock 7 11 7 8
England Emily Whitlock 11 11 9 12 1 Malaysia Nicol David 10 13 6 2
Q Egypt Salma Hany 5 3 7 2 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 12 11 11 11
11 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 11 11 11 11 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 11 9 11 11
Malaysia Delia Arnold 2 5 4 5 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 3 11 4 8
5 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11 11 11 11 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 11 11 11
Malaysia Siti Munirah Jusoh 8 4 4 3 England Jenny Duncalf 7 5 8
12 France Camille Serme 11 11 11 12 France Camille Serme 5 4 7
Denmark Line Hansen 4 4 8 3 England Jenny Duncalf 11 11 11
3 England Jenny Duncalf 11 11 11 11 Malaysia Low Wee Wern 8 11 9 11 9
Q Hong Kong Liu Tsz-Ling 6 4 2 2 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 11 9 11 9 11
15 England Alison Waters 11 11 11 15 England Alison Waters 11 9 12 11
Q Scotland Lisa Aitken 5 6 3 8 Netherlands Natalie Grinham 6 11 10 5
8 Netherlands Natalie Grinham 11 11 11 15 England Alison Waters 10 11 6 3
Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 11 11 14 2 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 11 5 11 11
9 Australia Rachael Grinham 7 7 12 Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 11 9 7 2
Q Malaysia Vanessa Raj 4 5 3 2 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 6 11 11 11
2 Egypt Raneem El Weleily 11 11 11

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World series Prize Money" (PDF). Wsaworldtour.com. Retrieved 2012-06-29. 
  2. ^ "Malaysian Open Squash 2012 Kuala Lumpur". Squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-09-28. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
British Open
England (London)
2012
WSA World Series 2012
Malaysian Open
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)

2012
Succeeded by
US Open
United States (Philadelphia) 2012