WSA World Tour

Donna Urquhart

Byron Davis/Anthony Ricketts
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Ranking history

Player history

    1. Donna Urquhart beat Tong Tsz-Wing
      11-3, 12-10, 11-8
    2. Donna Urquhart beat Olga Ertlova
      11-4, 11-9, 11-9
    3. Donna Urquhart beat Liu Tsz-Ling
      12-10, 9-11, 11-6, 11-5
    4. Donna Urquhart beat Line Hansen
      11-6, 11-8, 11-6
    1. Donna Urquhart beat Misaki Kobayashi
      11-9, 11-6, 11-8
    2. Donna Urquhart beat Joey Chan
      11-8, 11-6, 14-12
    3. Donna Urquhart beat Kasey Brown
      10-12, 11-7, 11-6, 13-11
    4. Laura Massaro beat Donna Urquhart
      11-8, 4-11, 11-6, 11-2
  1. 26
    March 2014
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  2. 26
    February 2014
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  3. 22
    January 2014
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  4. 22
    December 2013
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  5. 22
    November 2013
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  6. 22
    October 2013
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Date Title Points Prize bracket
15 -23 Mar Penang Women's World Championship 2013 330.0 WSA World Series Platinum
02 -07 Mar Granite Open 2014 127.5 WSA Silver 25
01 -08 Dec Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open 2013 210.0 WSA World Series Gold
22 -27 Oct Lujiazui Finance City China Open 2013 350.0 WSA Gold 50
10 -18 Oct 2013 Delaware Investments US Open 525.0 WSA World Series Platinum
01 -06 Oct Carol Weymuller Open 2013 350.0 WSA Gold 50
17 -22 Sep Abierto Mexicano De Raquetas 2013 80.0 WSA Tour 15
10 -15 Sep CIMB Malaysian Open 2013 210.0 WSA World Series Gold
03 -07 Jul Buler Squash Challenge Cup 2013 136.0 WSA Tour 15
17 -25 May Allam British Open 2013 300.0 WSA World Series Platinum
  • Biography

    Donna Urquhart joined the WSA World Tour back in June of 2005, and exactly a year later had jumped over 90 rankings places to occupy a top60 place.  Her first WSA titles came in Malaysia in 2007, as she won consecutive competitions, the NSC Super Satellite No3 and the NSC Satellite No6.  These victories at the end of the year boosted the Australian’s ranking further for the start of the new year as she began 2008 at No40 in the world. 

    A quiet 2008 saw Urquhart acclimatise herself to the higher echelons of the WSA World Tour, but began 2009 strongly, claiming her third title in the Australia Day Challenge in January, followed by winning the Top End Open and clinching the Australian National Championships.  She later reached the quarter-finals of the British Open as a qualifier and similarly, the second round of the Hong Kong Open. 

    Appearances in the Chennai and KL Open’s as a qualifier in 2010 continued to boost Urquhart’s ranking climb and brought her for the first time into the world’s top 20.  Winning the Buler Challenge Cup gave the Australian her fifth WSA World Tour title, and she added her sixth in April of 2011, claiming the Indian Challenger. 

    A steady player who regularly achieves the minimum expected of a player of her standing, Urquhart has well established herself as a dangerous contender, knocking on the door of the top10.  So far in 2012 she reached the quarter-finals of the Cleveland Classic as a qualifier, beating Kasey Brown, and was drawn to play Nicol David in round one of the CIMB Nicol David KL Open after making it through the qualifying rounds.  On home soil she made it to the quarters of the Australian Open after beating compatriot Rachael Grinham, before consolidating an excellent month by winning the Crocodile Challenge Cup at the end of August. 

    The Australian has seen mixed fortunes since then, reaching the first round of World Series events as a qualifier, but also falling short in the first rounds of smaller tournaments in which she was seeded. 

    So far in 2013, Urquhart has played to her seeding in both the Greenwhich Open and Cleveland Classic but a foot injury that required surgery kept out of the game for 3 months upon which she returned to competition at the Allam British Open, losing in the first round to Omneya Abdel Kawy and reaching the quarter final at the Buler Cup.

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