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Country  Netherlands
Name  Vanessa Atkinson
Retired  2011
Plays  Right Handed
Highest ranking  No.
Racquet used  Karakal
Coached by  Liz Irving
Turned pro  1995
World Open  W (2004)
Residence  Leeds, United Kingdom

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Full name  Vanessa Louise Atkinson
Born  10 March 1976 (age 39) Newcastle, England (1976-03-10)

Education  Leeds Beckett University

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Vanessa Louise Atkinson (born 10 March 1976 in Newcastle, England) is a former professional squash player from the Netherlands, who won the World Open in 2004 and reached the World No. 1 ranking in December 2005.

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Atkinson was born in England, but her family moved to the Netherlands when she was still a child. She began playing squash as a youngster in Dordrecht. She now resides in Harrogate, Yorkshire, with her partner James Willstrop, himself a professional squash player.

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Atkinson's biggest win came in 2004 when she won the World Open title in Kuala Lumpur by defeating fellow compatriote Natalie Grinham (at that time still representing Australia) with a score of 9–1, 9–1, 9–5 in the final. Atkinson also has won major tournaments in Qatar, New York, Monte Carlo, Malaysia and Ireland.

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Atkinson retired from professional play in May 2011.

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