WSA World Tour

Jenny Duncalf

Rank:
17
Country:
England
Age:
32
Coach:
David Pearson
Clothing brand:
Adidas
Racket brand:
Head
Other sponsors:
Tecnifibre strings, Karakal grips

Ranking history

Player history

    1. Jenny Duncalf beat Aisling Blake
      11-2, 11-7, 4-11, 11-2
    2. Jenny Duncalf beat Misaki Kobayashi
      11-7, 11-4, 11-2
    3. Natalie Grinham - Pegged Ranking 22 beat Jenny Duncalf
      2-11, 11-4, 11-9, 5-11
    4. Jenny Duncalf beat Aisling Blake
      11-2, 11-7, 4-11, 11-2
    5. Jenny Duncalf beat Misaki Kobayashi
      11-7, 11-4, 11-2
    6. Natalie Grinham - Pegged Ranking 22 beat Jenny Duncalf
      2-11, 11-4, 11-9, 5-11
    1. Jenny Duncalf beat Sarah-Jane Perry
      11-9, 1-11, 11-5, 11-8
    2. Jenny Duncalf beat Camille Serme
      12-10, 11-6, 8-11, 11-8
    3. Jenny Duncalf beat Alison Waters
      7-11, 17-19, 11-5, 11-4, 11-9
    4. Nicol David beat Jenny Duncalf
      11-7, 11-4, 11-2
  1. 17
    March 2015
    Points average:
    508.158
  2. 17
    February 2015
    Points average:
    537.105
  3. 17
    January 2015
    Points average:
    540.833
  4. 19
    December 2014
    Points average:
    549.211
  5. 15
    November 2014
    Points average:
    591.842
  6. 15
    October 2014
    Points average:
    591.842
  7. 16
    September 2014
    Points average:
    577.105
  8. 16
    August 2014
    Points average:
    591.842
  9. 13
    July 2014
    Points average:
    575.0
  10. 14
    June 2014
    Points average:
    575.0
  11. 14
    May 2014
    Points average:
    575.0
  12. 12
    April 2014
    Points average:
    722.353
  13. 10
    March 2014
    Points average:
    722.353
  14. 10
    February 2014
    Points average:
    741.176
  15. 9
    January 2014
    Points average:
    741.176
  16. 9
    December 2013
    Points average:
    743.75
  17. 7
    November 2013
    Points average:
    952.941
  18. 8
    October 2013
    Points average:
    952.941
  19. 6
    September 2013
    Points average:
    933.75
Date Title Points Prize bracket
24 Feb-04 Mar 2015 Windy City Open presented by Guggenheim Partners and EquiTrust Life Insurance Company 300.0 WSA World Series Platinum
16 -20 Feb Granite Open 2015 235.0 WSA Silver 25
29 Jan-03 Feb Cleveland Classic 2015 350.0 WSA Gold 50
12 -20 Dec Wadi Degla Women's World Championship 2014 330.0 WSA World Series Platinum
21 -26 Oct Macau Open 2014 980.0 WSA Gold 50
10 -18 Oct 2014 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships 525.0 WSA World Series Platinum
30 Sep-06 Oct Carol Weymuller Open 2014 350.0 WSA Gold 50
02 -07 Sep China Open 2014 - Squash Stars on the Bund 595.0 WSA Gold 50
24 -31 Aug Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open 2014 367.5 WSA World Series Gold
18 -23 Aug CIMB Malaysian Open Squash Championships 2014 367.5 WSA World Series Gold
19 -24 May HKFC WSA 25 2014 127.5 WSA Silver 25
11 -18 May Allam British Open 2014 300.0 WSA World Series Platinum
  • Biography

    Jenny’s first WSA World Tour title win came at the Atlanta Masters in 2003, but previously enjoyed successful junior campaigns, winning the European Junior title in 2001 and the British Junior U12, U14, U16 and U17 titles. 

    Her career-high position has always been hindered by the unerring success of world No1 Nicol David, but since first breaking into the top 5 in 2008, Jenny has been consistently getting the results that have ensured her steadfast ranking position. 

    She first broke into the top 10 in 2005 after promising upsets against higher ranked players including Natalie Granger and Vicky Botwright.  Since then, victories in the Sharm El Sheikh Open in 2008, the Soho Square Championship, US Open and Qatar Classic in 2009, and the WISPA Masters and Carol Waymuller Open in 2010 have contributed to Jenny’s nine WSA World Tour titles and proves her to be a potent force at the top of the women’s game. 

    She endured a mixed 2011, playing in five WSA World Tour finals but unable to convert any into a win.  One such final was the World Open in Rotterdam, where she succumbed to defeat at the hand of reigning champion Nicol David. 

    In August 2012, Jenny’s three-year stint as world No.2 came to an end as she was leap-frogged by young Egyptian Raneem El Weleily. Despite a disappointing 2012, in which she failed to progress past the quarter-finals of any event, she did reach the semi-final of the World Championships at the end of the year to kick start her confidence and her ranking heading into 2013.

    Jenny started 2013 by reaching the semi final at the World Series Finals in London. This was followed by a first round exit at the Cleveland Classic to Nicol David. Two quarter final finishes at the CIMB KL Open and Allam British Open as well as reaching the semi final at the Texas Open. Jenny reached the quarter final in Carol Weymuller, China Open and Hong Kong Open to finish 2013.

    2014 has been tough so far for Jenny with first round exits at the Tournament of Champions and Cleveland Classic. Recent injuries caused her withdrawal from the Windy City Open and Texas Open. She came back at the British Open but was thwarted in round one by compatriot Sarah Kippax. 


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