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Czech champ wins again at Maidstone Open

Alan Thatcherhttps://squashmad.com
Founder of World Squash Day, Squash Mad and the new Squash 200 Partnership, building clubs of the future. Founder of the Kent Open and co-promoter of the St. James's Place Canary Wharf Classic. Author and Public Speaker.

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All set before the men’s final at Maidstone
All set before the men’s final at Maidstone

Double for Andrej Uherka as Jess Davies wins women’s final
By ALAN THATCHER

 

Ondrej Uherka of the Czech Republic beat South Africa’s Tristan Eysele to win his second consecutive Maidstone Open title.

After a great two days of squash at Maidstone Squash Club, Uherka clinched the championship in straight games, beating Eysele 13-11 11-5 11-6 in 44 minutes of entertaining squash.

Maidstone’s Bradley Masters reach the semi-finals, going down to Eysele in a close, entertaining battle.

Lancashire’s Jessica Davies won the women’s title, celebrating in style in her last tournament before moving to the USA on a squash scholarship at Penn State.

She beat Surrey’s Kace Bartley in the final, and although the result showed that she also won in straight games, they were all tightly contested, with Jessice squeeing home in each one to record a 12-10, 11-9, 12-10 victory.

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Maidstone Open, Maidstone Squash Club, Kent, England.

Men’s Final:
Ondrej Uherka (Czech Republic) bt Tristan Eysele (RSA) 3-0
(13-11 11-5 11-6) 44min

Men’s Semi Finals:
Ondrej Uherka bt Phil Nightingale 3-0 (11-6 11-6 13-11) 40min
Tristan Eysele bt Brad Masters 3-0 (11-8 11-8 11-9) 46min

Women’s Final:
Jess Davies bt Kace Bartley 3-0 (12-10 11-9 12-10) 36min

Women’s Semi Finals:
Jess Davies bt Ali Hemmingway 3-2 (12-14 11-13 11-3 11-5 11-9) 60min
Kace Bartley bt Jenny Hayley (Wal) 3-2 (14-12 7-11 11-7 10-12 11-8) 42min  

Pictures courtesy of Maidstone Squash Club

 

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