Tag Archives: World Open

World Open Quarter-Finals Schedule

 Quarters at the New Luxor Another eight matches at the New Luxor Theatre, to decide the World Open Squash 2011 semi-finalists … little previews to follow … From 13.00 [15] Samantha Teran (Mex) v Dipika Pallikal (Ind) [2] Jenny Duncalf …

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Day of the comeback at the Luxor …

 After a dramatic last day at Victoria which saw half of the World Open Squash 2011 quarter-finalists decided, it was on to Rotterdam’s New Luxor Theatre today for the second part of the Last Sixteen rounds. It turned out to …

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World Open Day Seven: On to the Luxor …

After a dramatic last day at Victoria which saw half of the World Open Squash 2011 quarter-finalists decided, it’s on to Rotterdam’s New Luxor Theatre today for the second part of the Last Sixteen rounds. Afternoon action starts at 13.00 …

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World Open Day Six – Results Roundup

Women’s Round Two (bottom half): [15] Samantha Teran (Mex) bt [3] Rachael Grinham (Aus) 4/11, 11/2, 11/3, 12/10 (53m) Dipika Pallikal (Ind) bt [Q] Kanzy El Dafrawy (Egy) 11/6, 11/7, 11/7 (37m) [5] Laura Massaro (Eng) bt [9] Annie Au …

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Lasting Memory from Palmer and Lincou

David Palmer and Thierry Lincou created a suitable memory for the climax of two outstanding careers at the World Open in Rotterdam ...

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World Open Day 6 – Afternoon Roundup

Teran takes out Third seed Grinham Day six of the World Open Squash 2011 at Rotterdam’s Victoria Squash opened up with the biggest upset yet as Mexico’s Samantha Teran, seeded fourteen, beat Rachael Grinham, the Australian who was champion in 2007 and was …

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World Open Day SIX, Wed 2nd Nov

Quarter-Finalists to be decided today After five hectic days we’re down to one court for the final day’s play at Victoria Squash, with part one of the last sixteen rounds, at the end of which we’ll know our first eight …

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Nicol’s bid gets unusual start – World Open Day Five

Richard Eaton reports on Day Five Nicol David had some unusual reasons to be pleased with the start of her bid to win a record sixth World Open title. The highest profile woman player of all time has such constant pressure …

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World Open Day Five: Young Egyptians to the fore

Back to full speed at Victoria If you thought tournaments like this got quieter as they went on, think again. Today we were back to 32 matches over four courts as the men’s and women’s events both reached the round of …

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The Great Survivor to go on

Richard Eaton reports … Thierry Lincou, the former world number one from France, has confounded predictions that he will retire after the World Open – even though he is the tournament’s oldest player. The 35-year-old from Marseille has remained good …

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World Open – Day FIVE

Back to full speed at Victoria And you thought tournaments like this got quieter as they went on …. think again. Today we’re back to 32 matches over four courts as the men’s and women’s events both reach the round …

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Gaultier a world contender again ?

Richard Eaton reports on the World Open Day Four Greg Gaultier, the former world number one from France who won his first major title for two years in Doha last week, believes he is playing well enough to challenge for …

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