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Kent Open 2010
01-06 Jun, Maidstone, England, $10k

06-Jun, Final:
Alan Clyne
bt Jonny Harford  11-8, 11-3, 11-8 (35m)


By ALAN THATCHER   photos by Kim Roberts

Top seed Alan Clyne powered home to the $10,000 Kent Open title with a straight-games victory over surprise finalist Jonny Harford.

Clyne won 11-8, 11-3, 11-8 in 35 minutes, finishing strongly in the first and third games and totally dominating the second to win the inaugural PSA One Star tournament held at The Mote Squash Club in Maidstone, England.

The 23-year-old world No.62 from Edinburgh was in control throughout most of the match, using his incredible speed and court coverage to counter any attacking moves from the tall Englishman who had enjoyed a walkover into the final following the withdrawal through illness of No.3 seed John Rooney.

Clyne dominated the front half of the court and whenever Harford played anything loose or short, the Scotsman pounced on the ball and won a succession of points with his trademark killer drop shots.

Clyne's composure at the business end of games was obvious. From 6-6 in the first game he tightened up to win four points in a row and although Harford countered with two stunning winners, Clyne had no trouble in seeing out the game.

In hot, humid conditions, both players were literally dripping with sweat as the second game started and Harford was unable to withstand the ferocious barrage of front-court winners flowing from the Scotsman's racket.

The game was over in five minutes and the crowd were willing Harford to prolong the match.

He responded solidly and fought hard in the third game, but he was unable to build on his 8-5 lead as Clyne regained control to win six points in a row to claim the title.

A delighted Clyne said: "I was very pleased with the way I played all week. The courts here at The Mote are excellent and everyone at the club made us very welcome. It's always great to see new tournaments added to the calendar and I am sure all the players will look forward to coming back next year."

Runner-up Harford was pleased to claim some valuable points to help his climb back up the PSA rankings following a hip operation. He said: "Alan played a fantastic game and I couldn't get near him today. He was absolutely awesome at the front of the court.

"I would like to thank The Mote Squash Club and the Kent SRA for giving me a local spot in qualifying. It has really helped me to get back into the game. I can only endorse what Alan said about the hospitality at this club and the players are all grateful for the way they have been looked after. It's been a great tournament."


Draw & Results

Alan Thatcher's
Kent Open
#4: Rooney Regrets Chinese ... Malaysia 1 Jonny 0 ...

Kent Open 2010
01-06 Jun, Maidstone, England, $10k
Round One
03 Jun
04 Jun
05 Jun
06 Jun
[1] Alan Clyne (Sco)
4-11, 11-8, 11-2, 12-10 (53m)
Joel Hinds (Eng)
[1] Alan Clyne
11-3, 11-6, 11-6 (35m)
[5] Ivan Yuen
[1] Alan Clyne

6-11, 11-13, 11-1,
11-8, 12-10 (69m)

[6] Piedro Schweertman

[1] Alan Clyne


[Q] Jonny Harford

[5] Ivan Yuen (Mas)
11-3, 12-10, 11-4 (28m)
Karim AGA Samy (Egy)
[4] Joe Lee (Eng)
6-11, 11-6,11-5, 11-8 (44m)
Neil Hitchens (Eng)
[4] Joe Lee
11-9, 11-6, 11-5 (43m)
[6] Piedro Schweertman
[6] Piedro Schweertman (Ned)
11-9, 8-11, 11-5, 14-12 (46m)
[Q] Wael Farag (Egy)
[Q] Tom Pashley (Eng)
11-5, 7-11, 11-8, 11-3 (49m)
[8] Ben Ford (Eng)
[8] Ben Ford
11-8, 11-8, 11-8 (41m)
[3] John Rooney
[3] John Rooney

w/o ill

[Q] Jonny Harford

Steven London (Eng)
11-4, 11-6, 11-6 (28m)
[3] John Rooney (Irl)
[Q] Chris Truswell (Eng)
8-11, 11-2, 10-12, 11-8, 11-7 (54m)
Harinderpal Sandhu (Ind)
[Q] Chris Truswell
11-5, 11-6, 12-10 (41m)
[Q] Jonny Harford
[Q] Jonny Harford (Eng)
11-9, 7-11, 11-4, 11-8 (65m)
[2] Muhd Asyraf Azan (Mas)
02 Jun, Qualifying Finals:

Jonny Harford (Eng) bt Arthur Gaskin (Irl)                 11-6, 6-11, 11-2, 11-0 (47m)
Wael Farag (Egy) bt Phil Nightingale (Eng)
                         11-8, 11-9, 11-3 (28m)
Chris Truswell (Eng) bt Issa Kamara (Sle)                          11-3, 11-4, 11-4 (19m)
Tom Pashley (Eng) bt Mark Fuller (Eng)           11-4, 7-11, 8-11, 11-4, 12-10 (54m)

01 Jun, Qualifying Round One:

Jonny Harford (Eng) bt Bart Ravelli (Neth)                        11-9, 11-0, 11-3 (31m)
Arthur Gaskin (Irl) bt Neil Baker (eng)                             11-1, 11-6, 11-8 (23m)

Phil Nightingale (Eng) bt Alexei Severinov (Rus)                11-1, 11-7, 11-5 (24m)
Wael Farag (Egy) bt Jonny Powell (Eng)                          11-2, 11-7, 15-13 (22m)

Issa Kamara (Sle) bt James Evans (Eng)                   11-8, 9-11, 11-8, 11-8 (36m)
Chris Truswell (Eng) bt Ryan Thompson (Nam)       
11-13, 11-8, 11-8, 11-5 (55m)

Tom Pashley (Eng) bt Ben Coleman (Eng)                         11-4, 11-4, 11-9 (38m)
Mark Fuller (Eng) bt Neil Cordell (Eng)                              11-9, 11-9, 11-4 (29m)

06-Jun, Final:
Alan Clyne
bt Jonny Harford  11-8, 11-3, 11-8 (35m)

05-Jun, Semis:

By ALAN THATCHER   photos by Kim Roberts

Top seed Alan Clyne fought back from two games down to beat Dutchman Piedro Schweertman in the semi-finals of the Kent Open.

The Scottish No.1 won 6-11, 11-13, 11-1, 11-8, 12-10 in 69 minutes of high quality squash that delighted a packed gallery at The Mote Squash Club in Kent.

The entertainment value served up by both players more than made up for the earlier disappointment of the sudden withdrawal of No.3 seed John Rooney, who went down with food poisoning overnight after a Chinese meal with his family and friends in London.

That presented qualifier Jonny Harford with a walkover into the final and the prospect of picking up some valuable ranking points as he bids to climb back up the PSA world ladder after several months out with a hip injury.

Clyne will obviously be favourite to become the first winner of this new $10,000 PSA One Star tournament but Harford was delighted to watch Clyne and Schweertman make such a massive physical investment in the semi-final.

The No.6 seed from Amsterdam lost in straight games to Clyne when they met in the recent final of the West of Ireland open. This time he began strongly to take the first game and hit back from 8-4 down to win the second 13-11 on a tiebreak.

However, that phenomenal effort clearly took its toll as he tired in the second game. It looked like Clyne might achieve a rare 11-0 whitewash until the Dutchman scrambled a point on game ball.

If Schweertman was taking a tactical rest it clearly had the desired effect as he opened up an 8-5 lead in the fourth game. He then showed commendable sportsmanship as he called his own shot down just three points away from victory.

Clyne responded in magnificent style, reeling off six points in a row to make the scores level at two games all.

The fifth game was a classic mixture of skill and attrition as both players fought to a standstill. Clyne won the first three points but Schweertman drew level and then moved ahead at 6-5. Clyne then won four points in a row but Schweertman turned the tables to reach match ball at 10-9.

Both players attacked throughout and a succession of devastating winners were matched by some spectacular retrieving.

Staring defeat in the face, Clyne once again showed his phenomenal powers of recovery to force a tiebreak and win the next two points to clinch victory.

The final will provide a massive contrast in styles, with the tall, hard-hitting Harford seeking to overpower one of the fastest and best retrievers in the game who possesses a killer drop shot.

Plenty on offer

Despite the disappointment of Rooney's withdrawal, there was still plenty of entertaining squash on display during the day.

The Kent Open doubles was followed by a Challenge Match between the Outer Kent League and the SE London Priory League.

Star players Karim Samy, Wael Farag and Malaysian Asyraf Azan happily joined in the fun. Farag beat Azan and Samy beat Tim Garner, captain of Priory champions Dulwich, to record two wins for Outer Kent but the Priory boys had too much strength down the order and won 6-4.

The pros then joined a dozen Kent players for a Lightning Round which featured Azan and county junior Elliot Knight in the final.

Wael Farag enjoyed a long spell of court time but be was finally shifted from the showcourt by Azan. But the final result brought the biggest cheer of the day as 16-year-old Knight won the decider and the cash.

Harford then joined The Mote's Jonny Powell in a fun doubles match against Team Malaysia, with Azan and Ivan Yuen winning two games to one before top seed Alan Clyne took to the court for his semi final against Piedro Schweertman.


Alan Thatcher's
Kent Open
#4: Rooney Regrets Chinese ... Malaysia 1 Jonny 0 ...

04-Jun, Quarters:

   photos by Kim Roberts

Top seed Alan Clyne was too fast and too accurate for young Malaysian Ivan Yuen, completing a clean sweep of straight-game results in the quarter-finals of the Kent Open, a new $10,000 One Star event on the PSA World Tour taking place at The Mote Squash Club in Maidstone, Kent.

Clyne won 11-3, 11-6, 11-6 in 35 minutes to confirm his status as the tournament favourite. From 3-1 down in the opening game he dominated throughout, never allowing his opponent to put more than two points together as he controlled the scoreboard.

Clyne has one of the best counter-drops in the game and showed that as he nullified the Malaysian's touch play at the front of the court.

He now takes on tough Dutchman Piedro Schweertman, who produced a performance of power and precision to overcome England's No.4 seed Joe Lee.

Lee lost a tight first game and will be kicking himself for blowing a 6-2 lead in the second.

Schweertman maintained his ice-cool composure to dominate the third game but he will need to repeat that form to trouble Clyne, who beat him in straight games in the recent final of the West of Ireland Open in Galway.

Jonny Harford outplayed his Birmingham housemate Chris Truswell to reach the semi-finals. In the battle of two qualifiers, Harford was always the more consistent player, mixing accurate drops with tight, deep drives to clinch a deserved victory which gives him bragging rights in the Edgbaston suburb of Birmingham.

Harford meets John Rooney in the semi-finals after the Irish No.3 seed also won in straight games in an identical match time of 41 minutes.

Ford, the Kent captain and county coach, began strongly and opened up an 8-3 lead before Rooney began to work his way into the match, amazingly winning eight points in row to take the opening game 11-8.

Ford won the first two points of the second game but again Rooney countered strongly to lead 7-2. This time it was Ford's turn to fight back and a run of five points brought him level at 7-7. Again the score see-sawed and Rooney bagged the next three points to reach game ball. He clinched the game 11-8 and Ford was facing a tough challnge getting back into the match.

The third game was level pegging until 7-7 when Rooney won four of the neext five points to clinch his place in the last four.


Alan Thatcher's
Kent Open
#4: Action packed super saturday ...

03-Jun, Round One:

   photos by Kim Roberts

Birmingham housemates Jonny Harford and Chris Truswell meet each other in the quarter-finals of the Kent Open after knocking out two of the top seeds in this new $10,000 PSA World Tour event.

Harford produced a storming performance to remove Malaysia's No.2 seed Muhamed Asyraf Azan and Truswell finished strongly to oust No.7 seed Harinderpal Sandhu from India in a thrilling five-game encounter.
Harford and Truswell both emerged from the qualifying competition to delight the packed galleries with their stunning victories at The Mote Squash Club in Maidstone.

A former world No.59, Harford's PSA ranking had slumped to 236 following a long injury lay-off. But he was clearly back on top form as he outplayed world No.64 Azan, winning 11-9, 7-11, 11-4, 11-8 in 65 minutes.

He said: "I'm feeling pretty relaxed and just enjoying my squash. I was delighted to be awarded a local spot in qualifying and I'm happy to take each match as it comes. Thankfully this win will give me some valuable ranking points. I'm looking forward to playing Chris and no doubt there will be some banter to go along with the serious stuff on court. I guess that whoever loses will have to do the hoovering for the next six months."

Truswell, the world No.137, was in an inspired mood to achieve a notable victory against Sandhu, who is ranked 47 places above him in the rankings. Truswell hit back from 2-1 down to win 8-11, 11-2, 10-12, 11-8, 11-7 in 54 minutes. Sandhu is a small but lightning quick competitor but Truswell's superb volleying had him moving all over the court.

Ironically, a third housemate, British Under-23 champion Joel Hinds, failed to make it a hat-trick as he fell to top seed Alan Clyne. Hinds fell away after a promising start as Scotland's world No.62 clinched a fourth game tiebreak to win 4-11, 11-8, 11-2, 12-10 in 53 minutes.

At one game all the match seemed evenly poised but Hinds clearly looked tired as Clyne cruised through the third game 11-2. The fourth was much tighter and although Hinds was in front for much of it he made mistakes at crucial moments. Clyne was warned after flattening his much taller opponent in the back right corner but held his nerve to win the deciding tiebreak.

He now meets Malaysian fifth seed Ivan Yuen in what is sure to be a high-speed encounter. Yuen had too much guile and control as he nullified the hard hitting Egyptian Karim Samy , winning 11-3, 12-10, 11-4 in 28 minutes.

Another Egyptian to exit was the hugely talanted qualifier Wael Farag, who mounted fierce resistance before falling to sixth seed Piedro Schweertman. The Dutchman combined ferocious power with sublime touch to triumph 11-9, 8-11, 11-5, 14-12 in 46 minutes.

Schweertman now meets 20-year-old rising star Joe Lee, the No.4 seed from Surrey, who beat fellow Englishman Neil Hitchens in four games. Lee's clinging drops proved the decisive factor andhe is clearly showing a massive improvement in his movement around court.

Ben Ford, the 34-year-old Kent county capatin, enjoyed massive vocal support from his home crowd as he beat Sussex qualifier Tom Pashley in four games.

Ford began strongly and although Pashley won the second game to draw level, he made too many mistakes as the silver fox from Bexley produced an array of stylish winners.

Ford now meets 30-year-old No.3 seed John Rooney, who ended the hopes of Kent wild card Steven London with a straight-games victory in 28 minutes. Rooney is a class act. It promises to be a great match but I have a feeling they might have a slight delay to their published start time as the Brummie housemates battle for bragging rights in Edgbaston.


Alan Thatcher's
Kent Open
#3: Brum Chums bring the house down ...

02-Jun, Qualifying Finals:
By ALAN THATCHER   photos by Kim Roberts

Tom Pashley fought back from match ball down to win a dramatic fifth-game tiebreak in the qualifying finals against fellow Englishman Mark Fuller to clinch his place in the first round of the Kent Open, a new $10,000 One Star event on the PSA World Tour taking place at The Mote Squash Club in Maidstone.

Pashley, a 22-year-old left hander based in Halifax, clinched victory 12-10 after 54 minutes of high quality squash and was rewarded with a place in the main draw against Kent veteran Ben Ford, the No.8 seed.

Pashley won the opening game in emphatic style but the determined Fuller hit back to win the next two games to threaten a shock victory.

However, Pashley regained control to win the fourth and take the match into a fifth-game decider. The score was neck and neck until 6-6, at which point Fuller got his nose in front and held match ball at 10-9. But he was unable to finish the job off and Pashley came back to win the final three points.

Pashley's victory was the longest of the qualifying finals, while Yorkshire neighbour Chris Truswell, who is based in Leeds, achieved the quickest victory of the night, overcoming Issa Kamara of Sierra Leone in just 19 minutes. He will be looking forward to a high-speed contest against India's No.7 seed Harinderpal Sandhu.

Talented Egyptian Wael Farag was happy to play a waiting game as he nullified the threat of tall Surrey player Phil Nightingale, winning in straight games to line up a first round clash with Dutch No.2 Piedro Schweertman.

England's Jonny Harford continued his return to form after a prolonged absence through injury by beating Ireland's Arthur Gaskin in a match of astonishing contrasts. Gaskin led the opening game 6-0 before Harford registered his first point, but gradually the tide turned. Although Gaskin won that game 11-6, Harford gradually took control to win the next three games 11-6, 11-2, 11-0 to book a place in the first round against Malaysia's No.2 seed Muhamed Asyraf Azan.


Alan Thatcher's
Kent Open
#2: Old Kent Roads, Jonny Cash, Crazy World of, Whinger of the week, and more ...

01-Jun, Day One:
By ALAN THATCHER   photos by Kim Roberts

James Evans, at 14 years and six months one of the youngest players ever to appear in a PSA World Tour event, came close to recording a shock victory in the qualifying round of the Kent Open.

Playing at his home club, The Mote Squash Club in Maidstone, Evans showed flashes of attacking genius as he made Issa Kamara fight all the way to book a place in the qualifying finals of this new One Star event on the PSA calendar.

Kamara, the 31-year-old from Sierra Leone, was relieved to win 11-8, 9-11, 11-8, 11-8 in four close games and paid tribute to his young opponent.

He said: “I played James in Kent back in January and was happy to win 3-1 that day as well. He has come on so much since then and I was surprised at how much his attacking game has developed. He was hitting nicks from all over the court.”

Evans, who recently made a winning debut for the England Under-15 squad, trains at The Mote with some bloke whose name escapes me at the moment.

The youngster was delighted to play in a major world-ranking event and said:

“It was a great experience to play in my first PSA tournament and I was very happy with how I played. I didn’t make too many mistakes. I was away at an outward bound camp all last week with my school and because of a hamstring injury I haven’t picked up a racket for two weeks so I know I can do a little bit better than that.”

Kamara, who is now based in Turkey, faces England’s Chris Truswell in today’s qualifying finals. The Leeds-based Truswell took 55 minutes to beat Namibia’s Ryan Thompson in the longest match of the evening, his 11-13, 11-8, 11-8, 11-5 victory lasting 55 minutes.

Top qualifying seed Tom Pashley, another Yorkshire-based player from Halifax, beat 19-year-old Ben Coleman from Essex in straight games to clinch a qualifying final berth against Mark Fuller. The 25-year-old from Nottingham beat the higher-ranked Neil Cordell from York in just 25 minutes.

There were quick wins for Egypt’s Wael Farag and Ireland’s Arthur Gaskin against Kent players Jonny Powell and Neil Baker.

Farag meets Phil Nightingale, who overpowered Russian No.1 Sergey Severinov, and Gaskin faces Jonny Harford, who squeezed home 11-9 in the first game against Holland’s Bart Ravelli before powering through the next two games for the loss of just three points.


Draw & Results

Alan Thatcher's
Kent Open
#1: They Sphinx it's all over ... Quality qualifying ... Smacks it like Whitey ...

Scottish star Clyne is top seed

FLYING Scot Alan Clyne is the top seed for the forthcoming Kent Open at The Mote Squash Club.

Clyne is one of the fastest and fittest players on the PSA Tour and heads up a truly international field in this new One Star world-ranking tournament, which runs from June 1-6.

The 23-year-old from Edinburgh was a semi-finalist in The Mote Open invitation event last year, showing his enormous potential in a narrow defeat to Australia’s Aaron Frankcomb in a marathon two-hour battle.

Clyne faces a tough battle in the first round against England’s Joel Hinds, the recent winner of the British Under-23 Championship.

Kent county captain Ben Ford, from Bexley, is seeded eight and plays a qualifier in the first round on June 3.

Wild card Steven London, from Beckenham, faces a baptism of fire in his first PSA tournament against Irish No.1 John Rooney, the No.3 seed.

After Clyne, the leading seeds include Muhd Asyraf Azan (Malaysia), Joe Lee (England), Ivan Yuen (Malaysia), Piedro Schweertman (Holland) and Harinder Pal Sandhu (India).

Leading Mote players Jonny Powell and James Evans, plus Rodmersham’s Neil Baker, will be keen to make an impression during the qualifying competition which takes place on June 1-2.

Admission is free all week at The Mote and the tournament follows the Kent Squash Festival, which has been running for several weeks and has introduced squash and racketball to students at more than 20 schools all over the county.

The Festival and the Kent Open have been funded by England Squash and Racketball, with additional sponsorship from Harrow Rackets and a number of private donations.

Tournament Director Alan Thatcher said: “We are delighted to have attracted such a high-quality field and our ambition is to make the Kent Open a major annual event on the world squash calendar.

“The courts at The Mote are in superb condition after a major refurbishment and we look forward to seeing a packed gallery for six days of superb entertainment.”

Ahead of the main draw final on June 6, the successful Kent junior squad will be playing a Challenge Match against the SE Region.

The finals weekend will also include doubles, racketball, coaching clinics and a Radar Gun Challenge to see if any players can get near to the current world record of 172mph set by Scotland’s John White.

Alan Thatcher's
Kent Open

Kent Open Finals Weekend Schedule

Sat June 5:
11-3 Big Brunch Doubles
3-5: Outer Kent v Priory League Challenge
4.15: Lightning Round. Max 20 players. £5 each. Winner Takes All !! Rules: First to 3 points in each game. Winner stays on. Last man (or woman) standing wins the cash.
5pm and 6pm: Two main PSA Kent Open semi-finals
Followed by BBQ and Tournament Party

Sunday June 6:

12 noon Doubles semi-finals and final
1-4: Kent Under-15 squad v England Squash SE Region Challenge Match
3: Racketball Exhibition
4pm: Kent Open Final

The forthcoming Kent Open (to be held at The Mote Squash Club in Maidstone from June 1-6) is now a One Star world ranking event on the PSA World Tour. This provides the opportunity to see six days of top-class squash in the county and we expect the event to be supported by squash enthusiasts from all over Kent.

The Kent Squash Festival is already under way with coaching and development projects taking place all over the county, including coaching courses involving more than 20 schools. This is a massive project, superbly co-ordinated by Steve Franks and involving as many Kent coaches as possible.

The Kent Squash Festival is designed to promote squash and racketball all over the county, with a special emphasis on junior development and attracting new players to our sport.

Steven London from Park Langley has been awarded the wild card into the Kent Open first round, which is a major boost for him in his early days as a PSA member, and it would be nice to see a large crowd coming down from Priory land to cheer him on.

We will also be holding a Kent Doubles Championship during the tournament weekend and we are setting up a Priory v Outer Kent Challenge for the top players in each division and age groups on the Saturday. All the players will be expected to stay and support the Kent Open semi-finals and the Tournament Party that evening!

This is the biggest project ever undertaken by the Kent SRA and we are now promoting it solidly for the two months leading up to the pro tournament.

We will be adding extra Festival events in the next few weeks to involve as many players as possible, from a variety of different age-groups, so please keep an eye out for announcements.

We are indebted to England Squash and Racketball for their generous support for funding the Kent Squash Festival and providing substantial financial support for the Kent Open.

We are building a fantastic partnership and our intention is to provide a genuine link between the professional game and the sport's grass roots. We want to help every squash club in the county to attract new members and keep their courts busy.

Youngsters taking up the game will be able to watch some of the world's leading professionals in action during the Kent Open and our current crop of highly talented county junior squad members will all be given the opportunity to get on court with the pros during junior coaching sessions which will be held every day during the tournament.
Junior events will include a Kent Invitation tournament, Kent v SE Region Challenge, plus numerous other activities for new and existing players.
We will be adding extra Festival events in the next few weeks to the programme during the Kent Open to involve as many players as possible, from a variety of different age-groups.

A Mini Squash Festival will be held at The Mote on Wednesday, May 26, from 12.30pm to 3pm. This will involve a large number of the juniors who are currently receiving introductory lessons at school sessions all over the county. We are also expecting several big names from the world of squash will be there on the day, so please come along and support the event if you can.

The Kent Open provides the opportunity to watch top-class squash in a world ranking tournament - free of charge! There can't be many events that provide such an amazing bargain. If any clubs would like to bring a group along during the weekend, please let me know in advance so that we can make the necessary seating (and catering) arrangements.

The Tournament Party will be held on the Saturday evening (June 5) immediately after the semi-finals. We would love to see the club packed out for the last major squash event on the world calendar before the World Cup football takes over!


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