Squash: Nicol receives home help
Thursday 09 December 1999
The English top seed, Campion, wrapped up a 9-3, 9-0, 9-4 second-round win in just 29 minutes over Rachael Grinham, of Australia, who won last week's Indian Open in Madras.
Then Scotland's Nicol, the No 2 seed, received huge vocal support from his home fans as he overcame the Australian qualifier Anthony Ricketts 15-11, 15-13, 15-9.
Yorkshire's Simon Parke, eased through against the Lincolnshire qualifier Mark Chaloner.
The fourth seed, Linda Charman, reached the women's quarter-finals after beating the three-times world champion Sarah Fitz-Gerald of Australia.
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