Day Three : the Final
Top seed Enora Villard ends the run of unseeded Hannah Chukwa to claim the title in Mulhouse …
Day TWO: mChukwu set to face top seed Villard in final
There were big upsets in the morning quarters as Gomes and Chukwu took out the second and fifth seeds seeds, while in the bottom half of the draw Villard became the only one of the top four seeds to survive, with Stephan ensuring a French finalist, by beating third-seeded Swiss Open champion Cindy Merlo.
Preview: Mulhouse ready to host Open des Bretzels
Rescheduled from February due to COVID cases at the club, the Open de Bretzels is now under way at Espace Squash 3000 in Mulhouse.
France’s Enora Villard is top seed, and will be looking to go one better than her runner-up finish at the Swiss Open.
Enora faces a possible semi-final rematch with Swiss winner Cindy Merlo, while in the other half of the draw Latvian top seed Ineta Mackevica is expected to meet French-based Czech Anna Serme for a place in the final.