2008 Women's British Open Squash Championship

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British Open Squash Championships
80th Women's British Open Championships
Details
Location Liverpool
Venue Echo Arena
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The 2008 Women's British Open Squash Championship was held at the Echo Arena in Liverpool from 6 to 12 May. Nicol David won the event for the third time, beating Jenny Duncalf in the final.[1][2]

Seeds[edit]

Draw and results[edit]

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First Qualifying Round[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry New Zealand Kylie Lindsay 9–4 9–1 9–3
England Emma Beddoes England Emma Chorley 9–7 9–3 9–1
Egypt Engy Kheirallah Austria Birgit Coufal 9–6 9–4 9–4
England Dominique Lloyd-Walter England Carrie Hastings 9–7 9–0 9–0
France Isabelle Stoehr England Becky Botwright 9–1 9–7 10–8
New Zealand Jaclyn Hawkes United States Olivia Blatchford 9–1 9–1 9–2
Netherlands Annelize Naudé England Jeannine Cowie 9–3 9–1 9–1
Australia Kasey Brown Argentina Belen Etchechoury 9–0 9–2 9–0
India Joshna Chinappa England Kirsty McPhee 10–9 0–9 9–2 9–7
England Lauren Briggs England Vicky Hynes 10–8 9–4 9–4
Malaysia Delia Arnold England Fiona Moverley 9–3 9–0 9–5
England Sarah Kippax New Zealand Joelle King 0–9 9–6 9–2 9–1
England Lauren Siddall England Lauren Selby 9–4 9–2 9–3
New Zealand Louise Crome England Leonie Holt 9–6 9–1 5–9 9–2
England Suzie Pierrepont Argentina Luz Etchechoury 9–1 9–3 9–3
India Dipika Pallikal Republic of Ireland Kerri Shields 9–4 9–1 9–3

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Republic of Ireland Perry India Chinappa 9–4 10–8 9–1
England Beddoes England Briggs 9–1 9–6 3–9 10–8
Egypt Kheirallah Malaysia Arnold 9–3 3–9 9–3 10–8
England Lloyd-Walter England Kippax 9–0 9–1 9–2
France Stoehr England Siddall 10–9 9–2 9–0
New Zealand Hawkes New Zealand Crome 9–5 9–3 4–9 9–1
Netherlands Naudé England Pierrepont 9–6 10–8 4–9 9–2
Australia Brown India Pallikal 9–2 9–0 9–1

Final Qualifying Round[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Republic of Ireland Perry England Beddoes 9–0 6–9 3–9 9–2 9–2
Australia Brown Netherlands Naudé 9–3 9–2 9–0
France Stoehr New Zealand Hawkes 10–8 9–0 5–9 9–0
Egypt Kheirallah England Lloyd-Walter 5–9 9–4 9–2 9–4

First round[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Malaysia Nicol David Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 9–6 9–3 9–5
Australia Natalie Grinham Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu 9–4 9–0 6–9 9–2
Australia Rachael Grinham Egypt Engy Kheirallah 9–6 9–1 9–2
United States Natalie Grainger Australia Kasey Brown 9–5 9–3 9–7
England Jenny Duncalf England Alison Waters 4–9 9–2 10–8 9–1
New Zealand Shelley Kitchen Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 8–10 9–3 9–4 9–2
England Vicky Botwright England Laura Massaro(née Lengthorn) 6–9 9–2 9–4 6–9 6–9
Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy France Isabelle Stoehr 2–9 9–2 6–9 6–9

Quarter-finals[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Malaysia David New Zealand Kitchen 7–9 9–7 9–5 9–2
Australia Grinham N France Stoehr 9–6 6–9 0–1 ret
Australia Grinham R England Duncalf 5–9 9–1 7–9 1–9
United States Grainger England Massaro 9–3 10–9 9–6

Semi-finals[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Malaysia David United States Grainger 9–5 9–1 9–0
England Duncalf France Stoehr 4–9 9–3 9–6 9–6

Final[edit]

Player One Player Two Score
Malaysia David England Duncalf 9–1 10–8 9–0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Times Archives 2008 Open Championship". Oxfordshire Libraries. 
  2. ^ "British Open 2008". Squash Info. 
  3. ^ "Squash Rackets". The Times Archives. 
Preceded by
2007
British Open Squash Championships
England (Liverpool)

2008
Succeeded by
2009