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Rachael Grinham
Full name Rachael Margaret Grinham[1]
Country  Australia
Residence Cairo, Egypt
Born (1977-01-22) 22 January 1977 (age 37)
Toowoomba, Australia
Height 1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)
Turned Pro 1994
Retired Active
Plays Right Handed
Coached by Maha Zein
Racquet used Head
Women's singles
Highest ranking No. 1 (August 2004)
Current ranking No. 14 (August, 2014)
Title(s) 31
Tour final(s) 58
World Open W (2007)
Last updated on: August, 2014.

Rachael Margaret Grinham (born 22 January 1977 in Toowoomba, Queensland) is a professional squash player from Australia. She won the World Open in 2007, and the British Open in 2003, 2004, 2007 and 2009. She reached the World No. 1 ranking in August 2004 and held it for 16 consecutive months.

Rachael's younger sister Natalie Grinham is also a top squash player.

Career[edit]

Early years[edit]

Rachael has a great pedigree as a squash player. Winner of the World Junior title in 1993 aged 16, she had an opportunity to defend in 1995, but was beaten by Jade Wilson from New Zealand in the final. Since joining the WISPA World Tour during 1994, her array of strokes and strong temperament initially took her steadily towards the top 20, a barrier she finally breached in the middle of 1997. She won her first tournament in 1998 when she was 22 years old, beating Tracey Shenton for the Open Toulouse Central in France. She also lost to Tracey Shenton in the same year at the Isostar-Beverwijk tournament, Netherlands. At the Commonwealth Games in 1998 her partnership with Robyn Cooper brought them a silver medal in the Women's Doubles.

1999[edit]

Rachael had a good year in 1999 winning the Swiss Open, Germering Open and Indian Open beating Claire Waddell, Sabine Schoene and Claire Nitch respectively. She ended the year ranked No. 18 on the WISPA Tour.

2000-2001[edit]

Rachael finished 2000 by climbing 6 places in the ranking up to No. 12 in the world. She won two tournaments, Milo National Open beating the current world No. 1 Nicol David and successfully defended her Indian Open title beating Salma Shabana, the sister of the male current world No. 1 Amr Shabana. She climbed 4 places in 2001 to No. 8 in the world. A family final finally first happened at a WISPA World Tour event in Malaysia in February 2001 when she beat sister Natalie for the Kuala Lumpur title. Later that year, she beat Nicol David for the DMC title.

2002-2003[edit]

The first half of 2002 did not go well for Rachael until she beat England's Tania Bailey for the Singapore Open. One month later she took the Credit Suisse Privilege Ladies Open, one of the finest squash tournaments in the world beating Natalie Grainger. Rachael and Natalie had won a women's doubles Bronze Medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. She climbed to No. 6 in the world by the end of the year. At the beginning of 2003, she claimed the Vassar College Class of 1932 beating Vicky Botwright. She reached two finals in Helioplis Open and Hurghada International in Egypt but lost both to former world No. 1 and retired player, Carol Owens. Arguably, the 2003 British Open was the turning point for the 29 year old, who pulled off a semi-final upset over the top seed, Carol Owens, then the World No. 1, before beating Cassie Jackman in the final to claim the title for the first time. She ended the year ranked No. 3 in the world.

2004[edit]

2004 was far the best year in Rachael's career. She has based herself in Cairo for a few years and it had proved to be a great place to hone her game. She may be slight in stature, but there is no doubting her tenaciousness, which saw her become world number one in August 2004. She started the year by claiming the Kuwait Open, the richest squash event in the world, by beating top seed Cassie Jackman. Later on, she beat Cassie Jackman again, then the World No. 1, for the Texas Open title. Three months later, she claimed the Hurghada International in Egypt which she lost last year beating local favourite, Omneya Abdel Kawy. She reached the final of Brunei International but lost to Vanessa Atkinson. After a series of successful tournament wins, Rachael became the world No. 1 in August after dethroning Cassie Jackman. She continued her run by beating Cassie Jackman again for the Bahrain Classic Title. She retained her British Open title by beating Natalie Grainger. She lost again to Vanessa Atkinson in the final of the Qatar Classic Open. At the World Doubles Squash Championships, Rachael won the women's doubles title in 2004 (partnering Natalie), and the mixed doubles title in 2004 (partnering David Palmer). She ended the year ranked No. 1.

2005[edit]

She held on the top ranking at the beginning of the year. In April, she failed to defend her Texas Open title where she lost to Vanessa Atkinson. Later this month, she won her first Qatar Challenge beating Natalie Grainger. A month later, she successfully defended her title by defeating local favourite Omneya Abdel Kawy in the Hurghada International final in a 3-2 thriller. She took sweet revenge from Vanessa Atkinson beating her for the PMI Women's Open title. She lost her British Open title suffering a loss to Nicol David in semi-finals. She beat Omneya Abdel Kawy again for the Hedonism title in Jamaica. She held top spot for 16 months only losing it to Vanessa Atkinson in November. December 2005 saw her reach the final of the 2005 World Open in Hong Kong, only to be beaten by Malaysia's Nicol David. She finished the year at No. 2 ahead of Vanessa Atkinson.

2006[edit]

Nicol David and Vanessa Atkinson pushed her down to number three in the rankings at the start of 2006, but apart from tilting at WISPA Tour titles, she claimed Commonwealth Games Gold in Melbourne early in the year when she teamed up with sister Natalie to win the Women's Doubles title and another family final resulted in a silver medal for her with Natalie taking gold in the singles at the same Games. At the World Doubles Squash Championships, Rachael won the mixed doubles title 2006 (partnering Joe Kneipp). In May, she failed to defend her Hurghada International title losing 3-2 to local favourite and 2004 & 2005 finalist, Omneya Abdel Kawy. The next four tournaments saw her lose to Nicol David in the final of the Qatar Challenge, semi-finals of the CIMB Malaysian Open, final of the Hotel Equatorial Penang Open and final of the British Open. Finally in October 2006 Rachael broke her run of being beaten in WISPA Tour finals when after a run of four defeats she triumphed at the Weymuller US Open beating Natalie Grainger. She suffered another two losses to Nicol David in the semi-finals of the CPS Hong Kong Open and the World Open.

2007[edit]

Rachael won five titles in 2007 – the Hurghada International and the Alexandria Sporting Club Open in Egypt, the Vassar College Class of 1932 Open in the United States, the British Open, and the 2006 World Open in Spain. In the British Open final, she came back from two games down to defeat Nicol David 7–9, 4–9, 9–3, 10–8, 9–1. In the World Open, she beat sister Natalie in the final 9–4, 10–8, 9–2.

2010[edit]

Due to an injury, Rachael missed some of the 2010 season. However, she stayed in the top five, only moving to slot number 6 at the end of 2011.[2]

2012[edit]

In September, Rachael dropped out of the WSA Top 10 for the first time in a decade. She was also defeated in the first round by Omneya Abdel Kawy at a Malaysian Open.[3]

2013[edit]

During this year Rachael was beaten at a semi-final finish by her younger sister Natalie. After that she appeared in the Cleveland Classic’s first round. She lost in the CIMB KL Open first round, had a second round finish at the Allam British Open, and won her 32nd title at the Victoria Open.[3]

World Open[edit]

Finals: 2 (1 title, 1 runner-up)[edit]

Source:[4]

Outcome Year Location Opponent in the final Score in the final
Runner-up 2005 Hong Kong Malaysia Nicol David 8–10, 9–2, 9–6, 9–7
Winner 2007 Madrid, Spain Australia Natalie Grinham 9–4, 10–8, 9–2

Major World Series final appearances[edit]

British Open: 5 finals (4 titles, 1 runner-up)[edit]

Outcome Year Opponent in the final Score in the final
Winner 2003 England Cassie Campion 9–3, 7–9, 9–2, 9–5
Winner 2004 United States Natalie Grainger 6–9, 9–5, 9–0, 9–3
Runner-up 2006 Malaysia Nicol David 9–4, 9–1, 9–4
Winner 2007 Malaysia Nicol David 7–9, 4–9, 9–3, 10–8, 9–1
Winner 2009 Republic of Ireland Madeline Perry 11–6, 11–5, 12–10

Hong Kong Open: 1 final (0 title, 1 runner-up)[edit]

Outcome Year Opponent in the final Score in the final
Runner-up 2006 Malaysia Nicol David 14-12, 11-13, 11-8, 11-8

Qatar Classic: 3 finals (0 title, 3 runner-up)[edit]

Outcome Year Opponent in the final Score in the final
Runner-up 2004 Malaysia Vanessa Atkinson 9-4, 9-7, 9-6
Runner-up 2009 Malaysia Jenny Duncalf 11-5, 11-3, 11-3
Runner-up 2010 Malaysia Nicol David 11-5, 11-8, 11-9

Career statistics[edit]

Listed below.

WISPA Titles (27)[edit]

All Results for Rachael Grinham in WISPA World's Tour tournament[5][6][7]

Legend
WISPA Platinum Series (1)
WISPA Gold Series (6)
WISPA Silver Series (13)
WISPA Tour Series (7)
Titles by Major Tournaments
World Open (1)
British Open (3)
Hong Kong Open (0)
Qatar Classic (0)
No. Date Tournament Opponent in Final Score in Final Minutes Played
1. 1 March 1998 Toulouse Open England Tracey Shenton Unknown Unknown
2. 7 March 1999 Swiss Open Scotland Claire Waddell 9–2, 9–6, 9–3 Unknown
3. 25 April 1999 Germering Open Germany Sabine Schoene 9–2, 5–9, 10–8, 9–7 Unknown
4. 2 December 1999 Indian Open South Africa Claire Nitch 9–6, 0–9, 9–5, 9–7 Unknown
5. 16 April 2000 Milo Open Malaysia Nicol David 9–2, 9–4, 9–6 Unknown
6. 6 August 2000 Indian Open Egypt Salma Shabana 9–2, 9–2, 9–1 16 min[8]
7. 11 February 2001 Kuala Lumpur Open Australia Natalie Grinham 7–9, 0–9 (ret) Unknown
8. 16 March 2001 DMC Open Malaysia Nicol David 9–4, 9–2, 9–4 Unknown
9. 24 August 2002 Singapore Open England Tania Bailey 9–4, 9–1, 9–7 29 min[9]
10. 22 September 2002 Hong Kong Open United States Natalie Grainger 9–3, 9–5, 9–7 30 min[10]
11. 2 February 2003 Vassar College Open England Vicky Botwright 9–0, 9–2, 9–4 Unknown
12. 5 October 2003 British Open England Cassie Jackman 9–3, 7–9, 9–2, 9–5 50 min[11]
13. 28 January 2004 Sheikha Al Saad Kuwait Open England Cassie Jackman 2–9, 9–6, 9–2, 9–5 53 min[12]
14. 4 April 2004 Texas Open England Cassie Jackman 9–5, 9–5, 9–5 53 min[13]
15. 12 July 2004 Hurghada International Open Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 9–5, 9–1, 9–4 41 min[14]
16. 16 September 2004 Bahrain Classic England Cassie Jackman 5–9, 9–4, 9–4, 9–2 55 min[15]
17. 6 November 2004 British Open (2) United States Natalie Grainger 3–9, 9–5, 9–0, 9–3 41 min[16]
18. 24 April 2005 Qatar Airways Challenge Open United States Natalie Grainger 2–9, 10–8, 9–2, 9–2 51 min[17]
19. 15 May 2005 Hurghada International Open (2) Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 1–9, 2–9, 9–4, 9–3, 10–8 1 h 21 min[18]
20. 11 September 2005 Seattle Open Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 9–2, 9–2, 9–4 40 min[19]
21. 23 October 2005 Hedonism II Open Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 7–9, 9–1, 9–2, 9–4 38 min[20]
22. 14 October 2006 Carol Weymuller Open United States Natalie Grainger 6–9, 9–6, 9–1, 1–9, 9–4 1 h 10 min[21]
23. 13 May 2007 Hurghada International Open (3) Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 9–4, 9–6, 9–4 44 min[22]
24. 22 August 2007 Alexandria Open Egypt Engy Kheirallah 2–9, 9–3, 9–1, 9–4 Unknown
25. 24 September 2007 British Open (3) Malaysia Nicol David 7–9, 4–9, 9–3, 10–8, 9–1 1 h 27 min[23]
26. 6 October 2007 Vassar College Open United States Natalie Grainger 9–7, 10–8, 6–9, 1–9, 9–6 1 h 12 min[24]
27. 27 October 2007 World Open Australia Natalie Grinham 9–4, 10–8, 9–2 47 min[25]

Note: (ret) = retired, min = minutes, h = hours

WISPA Tour Finals (Runner-Up) (14)[edit]

No. Date Tournament Opponent in Final Score in Final Minutes Played
1. 22 March 1998 Isostar Circuit England Tracey Shenton Unknown Unknown
2. 30 April 2000 Mexican Open Australia Sarah Fitz-Gerald 2–9, 4–9, 6–9 Unknown
3. 18 November 2001 Grasshopper Cup Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 6–9, 1–9, 7–9 Unknown
4. 2 June 2003 Heliopolis Open New Zealand Carol Owens 5–9, 5–9, 4–9 44 min[26]
5. 9 June 2003 Hurghada International Open New Zealand Carol Owens 5–9, 1–9, 5–9 37 min[27]
6. 31 July 2004 Brunei International Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 8–10, 5–9, 9–3, 9–2, 10–8 1 h 16 min[28]
7. 3 December 2004 Qatar Classic Open Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 4–9, 7–9, 6–9 41 min[29]
8. 9 April 2005 Texas Open Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson 10–9, 9–0, 9–4, 9–3, 9–2 1 h 1 min[30]
9. 4 December 2005 World Open Malaysia Nicol David 10–8, 2–9, 6–9, 7–9 53 min[31]
10. 1 June 2006 Hurghada International Open Egypt Omneya Abdel Kawy 6–9, 2–9, 9–7, 9–0, 2–9 1 h 15 min[32]
11. 9 July 2006 Qatar Airways Challenge Open Malaysia Nicol David 9–4, 5–9, 0–9, 0–9 54 min[33]
12. 5 August 2006 Penang Open Malaysia Nicol David 5–9, 9–6, 5–9, 3–9 55 min[34]
13. 18 September 2006 British Open Malaysia Nicol David 4–9, 1–9, 4–9 41 min[35]
14. 2 September 2007 Dutch Open Malaysia Nicol David 9–4, 9–1, 9–6 34 min[36]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Australian women biographical entry". Womenaustralia.info. Retrieved 24 December 2008. 
  2. ^ "Rachael Grinham Players". WSA. Retrieved 8 May 2014. 
  3. ^ a b . WSA http://wsaworldtour.com/players/rachael-grinham. Retrieved 8 May 2014.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ "Women's World Open". WSF. Retrieved 23 March 2010. 
  5. ^ WISPA player profile
  6. ^ SquashInfo: Rachael Grinham
  7. ^ Women's International Squash Players Association
  8. ^ "Rachael Grinham earns second successive Indian Women's Open.". Squashtalk.com. Retrieved 16 May 2009. 
  9. ^ "Rachael races to Singapore success". Squashplayer.co.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
  10. ^ "Rachael rockets to HK title". Squashplayer.co.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
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  16. ^ "Grinham: The mini champion". Squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
  17. ^ "Floated away.". Squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
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  24. ^ "Five game thriller at Vassar". Squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
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  27. ^ "Owens tames Grinham again". Squashplayer.co.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
  28. ^ "Vanessa vanquishes new number 1". Squashplayer.co.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
  29. ^ "Atkinson takes Qatar Classic title". Squashsite.org.uk. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
  30. ^ "Vanessa shows her calm under pressure". Squashtalk.com. Retrieved 17 May 2009. 
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  32. ^ "Third time lucky for Omneya". Squashsite.org.uk. Retrieved 16 May 2009. 
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  34. ^ "Home Hat-Trick for Nicol". Squashsite.co.uk. Retrieved 16 May 2009. 
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  36. ^ "A 'Home' title for Nicol". Squashsite.org.uk. Retrieved 16 May 2009. 

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Cassie Jackman
World No. 1
August 2004 - November 2005
Succeeded by
Vanessa Atkinson
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