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13/01/2006
WOMEN'S LIBERTY BELL SQUASH OPEN
 

Teran Takes Liberty Bell Title

 

Tournament
Women's
Liberty Bell Squash Open
Berwyn Squash Club in Philadelphia, USA

Reports

Final:
1] Samantha Teran (MEX) bt [2] Sarah Kippax (ENG)  9-3 9-1 9-6.

Semi-finals:

[1] Samantha Teran (MEX) bt [5] Georgina Stoker (ENG) 5-9, 9-3, 9-6, 9-1 (60m)
[2] Sarah Kippax (ENG) bt [6] Joshna Chinappa (IND) 7-9, 10-8, 10-8, 9-2 (85m)

Quarter-finals:
[1] Samantha Teran (MEX) bt Jenny Wright (WAL) 9-0, 9-7, 9-4
[5] Georgina Stoker (ENG) bt [4] Kirsty McPhee (ENG) 9-3, 10-8, 8-10, 1-9, 9-2
[6] Joshna Chinappa (IND) bt [3] Orla Noom (NED) 9-3, 9-6, 2-9, 9-3
[2] Sarah Kippax (ENG) bt [7] Carolyn Russell (CAN) 9-1, 9-7, 4-9, 9-1

1st round:
[1] Samantha Teran (MEX) bt Ashley Clackson (CAN)9-6, 9-5, 9-1
Jenny Wright (WAL) bt [8] Karina Herrera Zuniga (MEX)9-1, 9-6, 9-1
[4] Kirsty McPhee (ENG) bt Britt Hebden (USA)9-0, 9-1, 9-3
[5] Georgina Stoker (ENG) bt [Q] Amy Milanek (USA)9-0, 9-2, 9-4
[6] Joshna Chinappa (IND) bt Fernanda Rocha (ARG)9-1, 9-7, 9-1
[3] Orla Noom (NED) bt [Q] Regina Borromeo (PHI)9-0, 9-2, 9-1
[7] Carolyn Russell (CAN) bt Wilma Kirsten (ITA)

Reports

Teran Takes Liberty Bell Title
Mexico's Samantha Teran clinched her fifth WISPA World Tour title when she beat England's Sarah Kippax in the final of the Women's Liberty Bell Squash Open at Berwyn Squash Club in Philadelphia, USA.

The 24-year-old top seed from Mexico City despatched second seed Kippax 9-3 9-1 9-6.

"I enjoyed coming back to Philly and seeing all the great people I met last year," said Teran later. "It gave me good luck to win my fifth WISPA Tournament. Thank you so much for everything."

Samantha & Sarah In Philadelphia Final
Mexico's Samantha Teran and England's Sarah Kippax will meet in the final of the Women's Liberty Bell Squash Open after coming through four-game semi-finals in Philadelphia, USA.

Teran, the top seed from Mexico City, claimed a place in her sixth WISPA World Tour final when she beat England's Georgina Stoker, the fifth seed from Merseyside, 5-9 9-3 9-6 9-1 in one hour.

Sarah Kippax, the second seed, also had to fight back from a game down to overcome her opponent. The 22-year-old from Chester battled for 85 minutes to beat India's sixth seed Joshna Chinappa 7-9 10-8 10-8 9-2 to reach the second WISPA final of her career.

Stoker In First WISPA Semi
England's Georgina Stoker produced a focussed performance against higher-seeded compatriot Kirsty McPhee on the second day of action in the Women's Liberty Bell Squash Open in Philadelphia, USA, to reach her first semi-final on the WISPA World Tour.

The 20-year-old from Merseyside stemmed a fight back by fourth seed McPhee, from Yorkshire, to win 9-3 10-8 8-10 1-9 9-2.

Stoker now faces Samantha Teran, the top seed from Mexico who ended unseeded Jenny Wright's run with a 9-0 9-7 9-4 win over her Welsh opponent.

There was also an upset in the lower half of the draw when India's sixth seed Joshna Chinappa beat third seed Orla Noom, from the Netherlands, 9-3 9-6 2-9 9-3. The 19-year-old Asian Junior Champion from Chennai now meets England's second seed Sarah Kippax for a place in the final.

Wright On Song In Philadelphia
Jenny Wright began her New Year on the WISPA World Tour in fine style by causing the only upset on the opening day of the Women's Liberty Bell Squash Open, the first event of 2006.

The unseeded 22-year-old from Wales defeated Karina Herrera Zuniga, the eighth seed from Mexico, 9-1 9-6 9-1 to claim a place in the quarter-finals of the event at Berwyn Squash Club in Philadelphia, USA.

Wright now meets top seed Samantha Teran, also from Mexico, who beat Canada's Ashley Clackson 9-6 9-5 9-1.

Teran is expected to face second seed Sarah Kippax in the final, though the 22-year-old from Chester needed four games to overcome English compatriot Susannah King 9-2 9-2 8-10 9-6.