World Women's Squash Championship 1993
The 9th Women Squash World Cup ( English 1993 Women's World Open Squash Championship ) was held from 21 to 25 September 1993, Johannesburg , South Africa instead. It was the first world championship on the African continent and the first to interrupt the previous two-year schedule. From this year on, the World Cup took place annually. The total prize pool was $ 45,000.
The defending champion was Susan Devoy , but she had ended her career. Vice World Champion Michelle Martin made it into the final, which she also clearly won against her compatriot Liz Irving with 9: 2, 9: 2 and 9.1. It was Irving's first finals while Martin won her first world title.
The German Sabine Schöne achieved the best result of her career in this tournament when she reached the semi-finals. In the quarter-finals she defeated Cassie Jackman after 2-0 deficit with 3-2, before she lost in the semifinals Liz Irving with 1-3.
Quarter-finals, semi-finals, finals
|Martine Le Moignan||4th||0||6th|
|Martine Le Moignan||9||5||9||10|
The available sources only indicate the results from the quarter-finals.
- Results on squashinfo.com (English)