WSA World Tour

Kasey Brown

Rank:
16
Country:
Australia
Age:
29
Coach:
Rodney Martin
Racket brand:
Harrow
Other sponsors:
Delaware Investments, Nutrabio, Unleash Compression

Ranking history

Player history

    1. Kasey Brown beat Sarah Kippax
      11-8, 13-11, 12-14, 11-4
    2. Joelle King beat Kasey Brown
      14-12, 8-11, 11-8, 11-3
    3. Kasey Brown beat Sarah Kippax
      11-8, 13-11, 12-14, 11-4
    4. Joelle King beat Kasey Brown
      14-12, 8-11, 11-8, 11-3
    1. Kasey Brown beat Heba El Torky
      9-11, 8-11, 11-6, 11-6, 11-9
    2. Kasey Brown beat Amanda Sobhy
      11-8, 15-13, 12-10
    3. Kasey Brown beat Madeline Perry
      11-6, 11-8, 8-11, 11-6
    4. Natalie Grinham beat Kasey Brown
      11-6, 11-6, 11-5
    1. Kasey Brown beat Lucie Fialova
      11-7, 11-4, 11-3
    2. Kasey Brown beat Line Hansen
      11-8, 11-7, 11-8
    3. Kasey Brown beat Sarah Kippax
      11-6, 11-8, 11-4
    4. Alison Waters beat Kasey Brown
      7-11, 11-5, 9-11, 11-6, 11-3
  1. 16
    July 2014
    Points average:
    509.167
  2. 16
    June 2014
    Points average:
    509.167
  3. 16
    May 2014
    Points average:
    509.167
  4. 14
    April 2014
    Points average:
    577.895
  5. 14
    March 2014
    Points average:
    571.111
  6. 14
    February 2014
    Points average:
    567.941
  7. 13
    January 2014
    Points average:
    567.941
  8. 11
    December 2013
    Points average:
    632.667
  9. 11
    November 2013
    Points average:
    715.158
  10. 11
    October 2013
    Points average:
    715.158
  11. 11
    September 2013
    Points average:
    751.0
Date Title Points Prize bracket
11 -18 May Allam British Open 2014 525.0 WSA World Series Platinum
08 -13 Apr Texas Open 2014 350.0 WSA Gold 50
15 -23 Mar Penang Women's World Championship 2013 330.0 WSA World Series Platinum
26 Feb-03 Mar 2014 MetroSquash Windy City Open 350.0 WSA Gold 50
30 Jan-04 Feb Cleveland Classic 2014 350.0 WSA Gold 50
18 -24 Jan J.P Morgan Tournament of Champions 2014 350.0 WSA Gold 50
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 1050.0 WSA World Series Platinum
01 -06 Oct Carol Weymuller Open 2013 350.0 WSA Gold 50
10 -15 Sep CIMB Malaysian Open 2013 367.5 WSA World Series Gold
  • Biography

    2010 saw Kasey Brown really establish herself as a threat and contender on the WSA tour.  Another successful export from Australia, her first ever WSA World Tour title came in 2005 when she claimed the WA Open in her home country.  It was a year later however that Kasey would really hit her stride as she not only retained the WA Open, but followed on with wins in the Naracoorte, South Australian and Australian Opens, beating higher seeds in all four events. 

    The athletic Australian from New South Wales made her debut in the top ten at the start of 2010.  She started the year with two quarter finals at the Greenwich Open and Cleveland Classic, going down to Egyptians Omneya Abdel Kawy and Raneem El Weleily. 

    She represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in 2010. She came away from the event the only player to secure three medals. A truly dramatic win over Madeline Perry in the quarter final of the singles was memorable, especially coming from two games down. She lost out to Nicol David in the semi final and the received a walk over Alison Waters in the bronze medal play off. She took another bronze medal with teammate Donna Urquhart in the Women's Doubles. The icing on the cake was the Gold medal she achieved in the Mixed Doubles with partner Cameron Pilley. 

    She briefly held the world No5 spot at the end of 2011, following a semi-final finish in the Carol Weymuller Open and runner-up in the US Open, but was unable to play to her seeding in the first half of 2012.  The Australian began a more consistent level after the summer-break, reaching the quarter-finals of her home event, the Australian Open, and later reached round two of the Malaysian Open.  To finish the year, Brown beat Annie Au in the US Open to reach the quarters as a non-seeded player and also beat fifth seed Madeline Perry in the Hong Kong Open in November. 

    Brown started 2013 by reaching the final at the Tournament of Champions and the semi final of the Greenwich Open.  She has followed this up by reaching the quarter final of the Texas Open and Allam British Open. 


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