Australian veteran Rachael Grinham has clinched her 33rd title in her 16th year on the women’s squash world tour with victory over Hong Kong’s Joey Chan.
Australia’s former world No.1 Rachael Grinham has claimed her 33rd title on the women’s squash world tour with victory over Hong Kong’s Joey Chan in Calgary.
The 37-year-old needed just 28 minutes to dispose of Chan 11-8 11-7 11-9 in the final of the WSA Women’s Squash Week on Monday.
World No.16 Grinham, in her 16th year on the WSA tour, didn’t drop a game in her run to the decider.
Nor did her 25-year-old opponent, who was just nine years old when Grinham began her title run at the Toulouse Open in March 1998.
Malaysia’s world No.1 Nicol David is the only current WSA player who has more tour titles than the Queenslander with 73.