Both top seeds fell in today’s semi-finals as 4th seed Madeline Perry and 3rd seed Alison Waters (pic) set up an all-British final of the Grays Women’s Australian Open. Englishwoman Alison Waters survived a magnificent fight back (11-7, 11-8, 10-12, 9-11, 11-9) from 2nd-seeded Australian Rachael Grinham to make the 13th Tour final of her career. Perry, the world no.6 from Belfast, recovered from losing the first game to win 7-11, 11-7, 11-6, 11-7 over England’s world no.2. Both, Perry and Waters will meet in the final with an equal 7:7 head to head record. Perry will look for her 7th tour victory, while Waters could go on her 5th tour title of her career.
British Australian Women’s semis down under!
Experienced 33-year-old Rachael Grinham (pic) triumphed in straight games over 11-year-younger fellow Australian Donna Urquhart, in the quarter-finals of Australian Open in Canberra to take on 3rd seed Alison Waters of England who reached the final fou…
Nicol David won Singapore Masters for the 5th time!
Malaysian world no.1 Nicol David won (pic) her fourth successive Singapore Masters title in Singapore. Her English opponent Alison Waters gave her a very tough match in the final. David went onto the court with a 14-0 career head-to-head record over he…
Waters to face David in Singapore final!
England’s Alison Waters (pic ri) upset second-seeded Australian Rachael Grinham in the semi-finals of the $53,500 CIMB Singapore Masters to set up a clash with three-time champion Nicol David (pic le). It took the 26-year-old world no.1 Malaysian 50 mi…
Willstrop outs the second World Champion!
After James Willstrop (pic le) beats David Palmer in the 2nd round of the Australian Open, the Englishman seems to be the man of today so far when he took out 4 times World Champion Amr Shabana (Egy, pic ri) in just 32 minutes in straight games (11-4, …