Women’s World Open

Malaysian PM to honour Nicol David – fans going mad!

Nicol David, the Malaysian who has topped the women's world squash rankings unopposed since 2006, has been congratulated by the country's Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak for her outstanding achievements on creating history by winning ...

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 ...

David aims for World Open crown No6!

Dutch hopes have been destroyed by Nicol David (pic le) as the Malaysian overcame Natalie Grinham (NED) in straight games 11-9, 11-4, 11-6 to reach her 6th World Open final in 7 years. The World No1 has now the chance to take her 6th 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 ...

Grinham pleased Dutch crowd!

As 12th seed Natalie Grinham (pic re) is the only player who kept Dutch home hopes alive, the crowed at the Luxor Theatre was very pleased with the way Grinham saw off her Malaysian opponent Low Wee Wern (pic le) in straight games (11-7, 11-7, 11-5) ...

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 ...

Grinham kept home interest alive!

12th seed Dutchwomen Natalie Grinham (pic li) pleased the home crowd in the Luxor Theatre as she outs 4th seed Madeline Perry (pic ri) of Ireland in straight games 11-6, 11-5, 11-8 to take a quarter-finals spot. Before 16th seed Malasian Wee Wern Low ...

Brown and David in World Open quarters!

Australian 6th seed Kasey Brown (pic le) had to fight hard for 5 games on the ASB Glass Court build up at the Luxor Theatre in Rotterdam to overcome 11th seed Raneem El Weleily (pic ri) of Egypt 4-11, 11-7, 11-3, 6-11, 11-8 and take a place ...
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