Jenny Duncalf

Sherbini becomes youngest ever World top ten star!

It is the Egyptian teenagers who got the headlines for the WSA June Rankings, as Nour El Sherbini (ri) reach the final of the Allam British Open in May, beating 3 higher seeds on the way to be the youngest and the 1st Egyptian female in a British Open ...

Perry outs Duncalf to reach World Series final!

It was Madeline Perry from Ireland, who upsets the seedings in the women’s 2nd World Series semi-final at Queen’s as she fought back from 1 game down to overcome English World No2 ...

Favorites made the semis at Queen’s!

Day 3 of the ATCO World Series Finals is the last day of the group stages. Those who haven’t yet cemented a place in the semis have to dig in for a result, and those with no chance of qualifying play purely for pride. Australian Donna Urquhart destroyed ...

Massaro moves into Top 3 in December Rankings!

Nicol David is on her 63rd consecutive month as world No1. The Malaysian left New Zealander Susan Devoy (58 month) far behind her in the all-over statistics. The world No2 position remains unchanged, as England's Jenny Duncalf (pic ri) established ...

David did it again!

In the final of the women’s World Open in Rotterdam, it was titleholder Nicol David who trashed her English opponent Jenny Duncalf in straight games. David put together one of her best performances ever to take her 6th World Open title ...

Duncalf first World Open finalist!

England’s Jenny Duncalf (pic ri) started well in the 1st World Open semi-final, as she took the opening game 11-9 against Mexico’s Samantha Teran (pic le). From the 2nd game onwards Duncalf was in full control of the match and her opponent ...

First World Open semi-finalist: Duncalf and Teran!

The 15th seed Mexican Samantha Teran (pic ri) was the 1st semi-finalist brought up by today’s quarter-final matches at the World Open in Rotterdam, as she beat Indian Dipika Pallikal (pic le) in straight games (11-6, 11-8, 11-9) to reach ...

Matthew survived at the World Open!

World Open title holder Nick Matthew (pic le) ENG) had to fight for 100 minutes to hold off the Egyptian Mohamed El Shorbagy (pic ri) in 5 games. Matthew was up 2:1 in games as Shorbagy was able to level but had nothing left in the tank ...
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