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Camille Serme
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Creteil, France

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Camille Serme Profile
Date of Birth 4th April, 1989
Height (cm) 164
Weight (kg) 61
Residence Paris, France
Coach Philippe Signoret
Interests Singing, Photography, Cinema, Shopping, Music
Racket Sponsor Opfeel
Clothing Sponsor Opfeel
Other Sponsors Opfeel, RMC Club, Squash Montmartre, ITS Group, FF Squash, US Créteil, Squashy

Frenchwoman Camille Serme is one of the leading female players on the PSA World Tour and has seen a sharp rise in her World Ranking since turning professional in 2005.
Serme first rose to prominence when she came runner-up to Raneem El Welily in the final of the 2007 World Junior Championship before she lifted her first Tour title at the Santiago Open in November to be crowned the Young Player of the Year.
She retained the Santiago Open title in 2008 before winning the Creteil International Open, Swiss Open and the Alexandria Open to climb into the world's top 15 by the end of the year. The Frenchwoman broke into the top 10 in the world in 2011 and stormed into the Hong Kong Open final a year later after being seeded 11th for the event where she lost to Nicol David at the final hurdle.
2013 saw the Frenchwoman overcome Laura Massaro in the final of the Monte Carlo Classic which helped her break into the world's top five for the first time. After a dearth of Tour titles in 2014, Serme started 2015 in fine form and earned her seventh successive French Nationals title. She went on to win the biggest title of her career in May at the British Open where she stunned Laura Massaro in the final. The victory made Serme the first Frenchwoman ever to win the prestigious 'Wimbledon of Squash'.
While Serme couldn’t quite back up her triumph at the British Open with more titles in 2015, she remained consistent and managed back-to-back semi-finals at the China Open and US Open. February 2016 saw Serme win her first Tour title for nine months at the Cleveland Classic, before further semi-final finishes at the Windy City Open and British Open enabled her to reach the PSA Dubai World Series Finals, where she lost out at the group stage.
She began the 2016/17 season strongly with victory at the U.S. Open, where she overcame then-World No.1 Nour El Sherbini. The Frenchwoman then continued to show her scintillating form with a semi-final appearance at the Carol Weymuller Open – losing out to England’s Alison Waters over five games. However, Serme did go on to clinch victory at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions beating England’s Laura Massaro in the final. 
Serme was also able to extract revenge on Waters after her Carol Weymuller defeat when she beat the Englishwoman in the final of the Cleveland Classic, coming from two-games down to win and retain her crown.  After a successful season, which saw her be the only women’s player to lift two World Series titles, the Frenchwoman was named Women’s Player of the Year at the 2016/17 PSA Awards.
Serme started the 2017/18 season well, reaching the semi finals of the China Open, before going out at the same stage of the World Championships at the end of 2017. The Frenchwoman also exited at the semi final stage of the Tournament of Champions at the start of 2018, before going on to secure a 9th French Nationals title in April.
She made the last four of both the British Open and World Series Finals to end the 2017/18 season, before reaching the last four of the US Open in the latter part of 2018. The French No.1 followed that with quarter final appearances at the Hong Kong Open and the Tournament of Champions, before reaching the last four of the PSA World Championships.
Serme then also made it to the semis of the DPD Open and the El Gouna International, before reaching the final of the British Open for a second time, but she finished runner-up in Hull, losing out in the final to Nouran Gohar. She started the 2019-2020 season in the perfect way, as she won on home soil at the PSA Silver level Open de France - Nantes presented by Tailor Capital. She followed that with a couple of semi-final appearances, including a last four berth at the U.S. Open.
‘La Panthere’ took her second title of the season in January 2020, winning the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions. To win the title, she had to defeat the top three in the world, in Raneem El Welily, Nouran Gohar and Nour El Sherbini, as she claimed the fourth major title of her career, and her third on American soil.
The Frenchwoman made it to the final of the first tournament back after the suspension of the tour, but lost out to Nour El Tayeb, finishing runner-up at the Manchester Open. Serme then made it to the quarter-finals of the CIB Egyptian Open, where her new rivalry with Hania El Hammamy had another chapter added, the French No.1 losing out in another five-game battle between the pair.
She also made it to the last eight of the CIB Black Ball Squash Open, but lost out to the eventual champion, England’s Sarah-Jane Perry. The Frenchwoman then also made the last eight of the CIB PSA Black Ball Squash Open and the El Gouna International before making it to the last four of both the PSA World Championships and the CIB Egyptian Open. Serme picked up an injury in front of the Pyramids, however, which saw her miss the rest of 2021.


Squash on Fire Open 2022 16 - 20 Feb PSA World Tour Bronze Event

U.S. Open 2021 01 - 06 Oct PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB Egyptian Open 2021 10 - 17 Sep PSA World Tour Platinum Event

Allam British Open 2021 16 - 22 Aug PSA World Tour Platinum Event

PSA World Championships 2020-2021 14 - 22 Jul PSA World Championships Event

CIB PSA World Tour Finals 2020-2021 22 - 27 Jun PSA World Tour Finals Event

El Gouna International Squash Open 2021 20 - 28 May PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB PSA Black Ball Squash Open 2021 12 - 18 Mar PSA World Tour Platinum Event

CIB Black Ball Squash Open 2020 07 - 12 Dec PSA World Tour Gold Event

CIB Egyptian Open 2020 10 - 17 Oct PSA World Tour Platinum Event

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