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US Junior Open squash championship

US Junior Open
Event name US Junior Open Squash Championship
Location United States, Boston
Venue Harvard University
Most recent champion(s) Diego Elias
Most recent champion(s) Sabrina Sobhy =

The United States Junior Open squash championship is the largest individual junior squash tournament in the world[1] and is considered the third most prestigious junior open squash championship after the World Junior and the British Junior Open squash championship.[2]

The 2011 US Junior Open squash championship hosted a record field of nearly 750 players representing 20 countries.[3]

The tournament is divided into ten categories — Boys Under-19, Boys Under-17, Boys Under-15, Boys Under-13, Boys Under-11, Girls Under-19, Girls Under-17, Girls Under-15, Girls Under-13, and Girls Under-11.

List of winners by category (Boys)

Year Under-11 Under-13 Under-15 Under-17 Under-19
1999 did not play unknown unknown Moises Galvez Bernardo Samper
2000 did not play Adil Maqbool unknown Jhie Gough Moises Galvez
2001 did not play Antonio Glez Arturo Salazar Martinez Mauricio Sanchez Moises Galvez
2002 did not play Kelly Shannon Arturo Salazar Martinez Jahanzeb Khan Julian Illingworth
2003 did not play Brian Hong David Letourneau Andrew Budd Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
2004 unknown Nicholas Sachvie Kelly Shannon Colin West Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
2005 unknown David Wardle Arjun Gupta Antonio Glez Chris Sachvie
2006 unknown Sam Conant Nicholas Sachvie Todd Harrity Arturo Salazar Martinez
2007 Max Martin Dylan Murray David Wardle Alfredo Avila Mohd Ali Anwar reda
2008 David Yacobucci Juan C Gomez Ahmed Latif Miled Zarazua Todd Harrity
2009 Ryan Murray Guillermo Cortes Seif El Einen Jr Ahmed Abdelhalim Miled Zarazua
2010 Aly Abou El Einen Mohamed El Shamy Diego Elias Fady Sarwat Nicolas Sachvie
2011 Ayush Menon Salim Khan Mahmoud Yousry Seif El Heinen Ahmed Abdel Khalek
2012 Karim El Barbary Leonel Cardenas Juan Camacho Mercado Diego Elias Karim El Hammamy
2013 Rohan Iyer Asser Ibrahim Youssef Ibrahim Karim Ibrahim Diego Elias

Boys' champions by country

Country U-11 U-13 U-15 U-17 U-19 Total
Mexico 0 4 3 5 4 16
Egypt 2 2 4 4 3 15
United States 5 3 0 1 2 11
Canada 0 3 4 1 2 10
Colombia 0 0 0 0 3 3
Ecuador 0 1 0 0 0 1
Peru 0 0 1 1 1 3
Australia 0 0 0 2 0 2
Pakistan 0 1 0 1 0 2
England 0 1 1 0 0 2

List of winners by category (Girls)

Year Under-11 Under-13 Under-15 Under-17 Under-19
1999 unknown unknown unknown Jacqui Inward Leong Siu Lynn
2000 Was not played Emery Maine Lily Lorentzen Lauren McCrery Michelle Quibell
2001 Was not played Emily Park Alisha Turner Jennifer Blumberg Ruchika Kumar
2002 Was not played Emily Park Rebecca Dudley Britt Hebden Emma Beddoes
2003 Was not played Laura Gemmell Emily Park Neha Kumar Lily Lorentzen
2004 Was not played Olivia Blatchford Emily Park Kristen Lange Jenna Gates
2005 Was not played Skyler Bouchard Laura Gemmell Emily Park Neha Kumar
2006 Was not played Amy Smedira Vidya Rajan Laura Gemmel Kristen Lange
2007 Reeham Sedky Claudia Regio Amanda Sobhy Salma Nassar Laura Gemmell
2008 Helen Teegan Reeham Sedky Maria Elena Ubina Amanda Sobhy Laura Gemmell
2009 Elena Wagenmans Reeham Sedky Olivia Fiechter Maria Elena Ubina Olivia Blatchford
2010 Elena Wagenmans Helen Teegan Reeham Sedky Olivia Fiechter Amanda Sobhy
2011 Jamila Abul Enin Malak Fayed Reeham Sedky Sue Ann Yong Maria Elena Ubina
2012 Farida Mohamed Farida Saber Helen Teegan Laila Omar Sabrina Sobhy
2013 Sana Mohamed Nouran Youssef Satomi Wanatabe Chloe Chemtob Sabrina Sobhy

Girls' champions by country

Country U-11 U-13 U-15 U-17 U-19 Total
United States 4 11 11 7 8 41
Canada 0 1 3 5 4 13
Egypt 3 3 0 2 0 8
England 0 0 0 0 2 2
Malaysia 0 0 0 1 1 2
Japan 0 0 1 0 0 1

See also


  1. ^
  2. ^ "Record Draws Mark US Junior Open 2004 at Yale University". Retrieved 6 March 2010. 
  3. ^

External links

  • US Junior Open 2005
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