Super Series Finals 2013

Published on Wednesday, January 2, 2013
 

SUPER SERIES FINALS

The Queens Club - Londres

Du 2 au 6 janvier 2013


Pool Matches (best of three)

Wednesday 2nd Jan - Day 1 :

Mohamed El Shorbagy bt Peter Barker
2-0 : 11/6, 11/7 (22m)
Amr Shabana bt Nick Matthew
2-0 : 11/6, 11/6 (28m)

James Willstrop bt Karim Darwish
2-0 : 11/9, 11/5 (29m)
Grégory Gaultier bt Simon Rosner
 2-1 : 10/12, 11/4, 11/7 (46m)


Thursday 3rd Jan - Day 2 :

Amr Shabana bt Peter Barker
2-0 : 11/8, 11/6 
Nick Matthew bt Mohamed El Shorbagy
2-0 : 11/5,11/6

Grégory Gaultier bt James Willstrop
2-0 : 11/6, 13/11
Simon Rosner bt Karim Darwish
2-0 : 11/4, 11/8 
 


Friday 4th Jan - Day 3 :

Nick Matthew bt Peter Barker
2-0 : 11/2, 12/10
Amr Shabana bt Mohamed El Shorbagy
2-1 : 11/7, 8/11, 11/9

James Willstrop bt Simon Rosner
2-0 : 11/4, 11/8
Karim Darwish bt Grégory Gaultier
2-0 : 11/3, 12/10


DAY 4 - Samedi 5 Janvier, Semis :

Nick Matthew bt Grégory Gaultier 
10/12, 11/9, 11/8

Matthew had to battle for 65 minutes against feisty Frenchman Grégory Gaultier before eeking out a 2-1 (10/12 11/9 11/9) win. 

“It came down to one or two points and it was a viscous pace,” said Matthew. 

“The crowd was great and Greg had his fair share of support as well. In the end I think the crowd just wanted it to be as close as possible. I’m looking forward to playing Amr. He took me to the cleaners when we played earlier in the week. Hopefully I can get some revenge.”


Samedi 5 Janvier, Semis :

Nick Matthew bt Grégory Gaultier 
10/12, 11/9, 11/8

Amr Shabana bt James Willstrop
11/7, 8/11, 11/7 (69m)


Classement janvier 2013

 (Prev) Pts1[4]Ramy AshourEGY1,3822[2]Nick MatthewENG1,2163[1]James WillstropENG1,1084[3]Grégory GaultierFRA9085[6]Mohamed El ShorbagyEGY6236[7]Karim DarwishEGY6087[5]Peter BarkerENG5398[9]Amr ShabanaEGY5329[8]Omar MosaadEGY44810[13]Borja GolanESP410


Friday 4th Jan - Day 3 : Karim Darwish bt Grégory Gaultier : 11/3, 12/10


Thursday 3rd Janv  Day 2 : Grégory Gaultier bat James Willstrop : 11/6, 13/11

“I played better than yesterday,” said Gaultier. “I enjoyed playing against James. He doesn’t open the court up much so you have to work really hard.”
Greg Gaultier

“I think it was a high standard. I played well for long periods of that match and didn’t come out with anything to show for it.”
James Willstrop


Day 1 - Wednesday 2nd Jan : Grégory Gaultier bat Simon Rosner  2-1 : 10/12, 11/4, 11/7 (46m)

Wednesday 2nd Jan - Day 1 :

Grégory Gaultier bt Simon Rosner
 2-1 : 10/12, 11/4, 11/7 (46m)
 

Simon Rosner, the world No16 who became the first German to qualify for the event after the late withdrawal of world champion Ramy Ashour, made an impressive debut by taking the opening game against third seeded Frenchman Gregory Gaultier. But twice winner Gaultier, who has made the final in all his four appearances in the event, recovered the advantage to close out the match 10-12, 11-4, 11-7.


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