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Camille Serme

Camille Serme
Country  France
Residence Créteil, France
Born (1989-04-04) April 4, 1989 (age 25)
Creteil, France
Turned Pro 2005
Retired Active
Plays Right Handed
Coached by Philippe Signoret
Racquet used Prince
Women's singles
Highest ranking No. 7 (October, 2010)
Current ranking No. 7 (November, 2013)
Title(s) 8
Tour final(s) 15
World Open SF (2010)
Last updated on: November, 2013.

Camille Serme, (born April 4, 1989 in Créteil) is a professional squash player who represents France. She reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 7 in October 2010.[1][2]

As a junior player, Camille Serme won three times the European Junior Championship title in 2006, 2007 and 2008. And she was runner-up of the World Junior Championships in 2007 in Hong Kong against Raneem El Weleily.

In September 2010, she reached the semifinals of the Soho Square Women's World Open 2010. She is the first female French player to reach this level of competition.

In 2012, she reached the final of the prestigious Hong Kong Open against Nicol David.

In 2013, she achieves three big performances in just a few months. In September, she lost in the semifinals of the Malaysian Open against Nicol David. In October, she reached the final of Carol Weymuller Open and won the Monte Carlo Open beating Laura Massaro for the 2nd time in a row, the world #2, in the final 3-1.

See also


External links

  • Camille Serme profile on the WISPA
  • Camille Serme profile on SquashInfo
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Tenille Swartz
WISPA Young Player of the Year
Succeeded by
Annie Au
Preceded by
Laura Lengthorn-Massaro
WISPA Most Improved Player of the Year
Succeeded by
Kasey Brown

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