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Nicol David Wins Seventh World Open Title Nicol David defeated Laura Massaro in straight games in the WSA Cayman Islands World Open 2012 to become World Champion for the seventh time. 

Massaro wins a thriller as David beats Duncalf again It was down to the final four in the Cayman World Open, with the world's top three ranked players - Nicol David, Raneem El Weleily and Laura Massaro - joined by Jenny Duncalf who was a fixture at number two until recently. Massaro edged past Weleily in a 13/11 in the fifth thriller to reach her first World Open final, while six-time champion Nicol David went through to yet another final with a repeat of last year's straight-game final victory against Duncalf.
Comeback Queen Jenny The first quarter-final of the Cayman World Open presented by BDO was an all-English affair between two opponents who know each other well but hadn’t played competitively for just over two years, but that didn’t show tonight as they fought out another five-setter that was as close as can be.
Natalie on World Open course Four time World Open finalist Natalie Grinham - undeterred by the Haka performed right in front of her at the opening of the match - set her sights on more than just a fifth final - after beating fifth seed Joelle King in a five-setter lasting just short of an hour the Dutchwoman declared “I’d rather win my first title than just make a fifth final!”
Nicolette's at it again If the first main draw match of the Cayman World Open provided double disappointment for the home fans as Cayman's own Marlene West went down in straight games and then announced her retirement (more to follow on that one), the next match on South Sound's court one more than made up for it as Caribbean Champion Nicolette Fernandes came from matchballs down in the third to beat former world champion Rachael Grinham!
Fernandes keeps Caribbean bandwagon rolling in Grand Cayman “You guys have no idea how much pressure you put me under, bloody hell!” said a delighted and relieved Fernandes. “It’s great to be playing in front of a home crowd like this, but I’m a nervous wreck. I had a shoulder injury after the last CASA championships here last year, it’s been a long road back but it’s all coming together now and I’m really excited to make the main draw of the World Open, right here in the Caribbean!”
Fernandes carries Caribbean hopes at South Sound Day one of qualifying for the Cayman World Open presented by BDO - delayed by a few minutes as the players, referees and spectators at South Sound Squash Club watched the end of the Men's World Open final from Qatar - saw some quick matches but some tough battles too, with Caribbean champion Nicolette Fernandes giving the South Sound most to cheer about as she overcame France's Coline Aumard in straight games.

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