Rotterdam

Pilley destroyed Dutch hopes of double title!

The Australian Cameron Pilley (pic) made it 'third time lucky' at the Dutch Open 2010 when he defeated local hero Laurens Jan Anjema in four games. The 2nd seed made amends for losing out in the 2008 and 2009 Dutch Open finals, to England's Nick Matthe...

Atkinson secures Dutch success in Rotterdam!

Dutch Vanessa Atkinson (pic) played one of her best matches to claim the Dutch Open title in Rotterdam. The 34-years-old Dutch former World Champion (2004) crowned her tournament week with an impressive straight-games win (11-9, 11-3, 11-7) over Irish ...

Pilley goes for his third effort – Anjema for the 2nd title!

Cameron Pilley (pic) moved into his 3rd consecutive Dutch Open final, after beating England's Chris Ryder in straight games (11-9, 11-5, 11-8) of the 1st semi final. Pilley, the world No.14, takes on Dutch No.1 seed Laurens Jan Anjema in his quest to m...

Perry and Atkinson meet for Dutch Open crown!

Madeline Perry (pic) moved through to the final of the Dutch Open with a four games win over Dutch Natalie Grinham. The Irish champion took the first with ease, but Grinham was able to level the score. The next two games proved to be close affairs. Per...

Ryder downs Walker in Rotterdam!

In an all-English quarter-final 7th seed Chris Ryder (pic) defeated 3rd seed compatriot Alister Walker in 5 tough games (14-12, 5-11, 5-11, 11-8, 11-8). In an all-Australian match 2nd seed Cameron Pilley also had to go for the full distance against qua...

All four top seeds made Dutch semis!

Vanessa Atkinson (pic) and Natalie Grinham secured Dutch interests, when they beat their opponents to reach the semi-finals. Grinham overcame Dutch Orla Noom in straight games (11-8, 11-6, 11-5) and Atkinson was extended to the fully distance by Englan...

Finitsis downs Frankcomb in Dutch Open!

It was the Australian qualifier Steve Finitsis (pic ri) who produced the only upset in the 1st round of the men’s Dutch Open, when he outs fellow compatriot Aaron Frankcomb (pic le) in four games (11-6, 11-9, 4-11, 11-9). Quarter-finals line up: [1] ...

Orla Noom reaches Dutch Open quarters!

Only Dutch Orla Noom (pic, front) managed to beat a higher ranked player in the women’s draw at the Dutch Open in Rotterdam. Noom overcame 7th seed American Latasha Khan in four games (11-6, 8-11, 11-8, 11-7) after 41 minutes. Quarter-final line up: ...
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