|Ligue 1 Ouest|
|#||Yverdon I||Score||Squash Lausanne II|
|1||Stéphane Deppierraz||0||-||3||Jan Dubina|
|2||Patrice Ferrot||0||-||3||Nicolas Bonhoure|
|3||Guillaume Kobrin||0||-||3||Santiago Herce Castanon|
|4||Andreas Kaufmann||3||-||0||Jonathan McNicol|
|Yverdon I||1||-||3||Squash Lausanne II|
|Ligue 1 Est|
|#||Payerne I||Score||Gruyère I|
|1||Jerome Tobler||3||-||1||Johann Morel|
|2||Brian Coley||3||-||0||Bastian Surchat|
|3||Olivier Rouvenaz||3||-||0||Alexandre David|
|4||Roberto D Aversa||3||-||2||Michael Cucuzza|
|Payerne I||4||-||0||Gruyère I|
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