Day two of the World University Squash Championships today saw the Aussies back in action with the commencement of quarter finals
There were mixed results for the Australians on the opening day of the World University Squash Championships at Melbourne’s Monash University on Sunday.
Queensland’s Lisa Camilleri made it five tournaments in a row when she downed top seeded Malaysian Sharon Wee in five games in the final of the Tasmanian Open squash tournament in Hobart on Sunday.
Malaysia’s Sharon Wee stamped her authority on the Tasmanian Open squash tournament when she downed 19-year-ol Victorian Sarah Cardwell 11-3, 11-4, 11-2 in the semi-finals on Saturday.
Top seeded Malaysian Sharon Wee ended dreams of a hometown win when she downed Maggy Marshall in straight games in the quarter-finals of the Tasmanian Open squash tournament in Hobart on Friday.
Mike Corren and Nathan Stevenson kept up their impressive form as they reached the quarter-finals of the Tasmanian Open in Hobart on Friday.
Tasmania’s Maggy Marshall set up a quarter-final against top seeded Malaysian Sharon Wee after both women cruised through their first round matches at the Tasmanian Open squash tournament in Hobart on Thursday.
Former champion Rachael Grinham will play her first tournament on Australian soil since the 2006 Commonwealth Games when she lines up for the Australian Open to be held in Canberra from August 10-15.
Hobart’s own Maggy Marshall is looking forward to the challenge of taking on some of the world’s best squash players in her own back yard when the Tasmanian Open gets underway at the Eastside Squash Centre on Thursday.
Queensland pair Zac Alexander and Lisa Camilleri claimed the spoils at the Victorian Open squash tournament in Melbourne but both were made to work hard for their victories in Sunday’s men’s and women’s finals.