Mar del Plata : Rory roars to title
Scotland’s Rory Stewart claimed his first PSA title in Argentina with a straight-games win over Edgar Ramirez.
Google translation form original Spanish report :
Scotsman Rory Stewart (4) is the champion PSA “Tour de las Americas” squash held in Mar del Plata. It won the final to Edgar Ramirez (3) 3-0 45 ‘(11-6,11-3,11-8). The match and the tournament was played entirely in the “Club Casal” within the Microestadio “Ricardo Roude”.
British young man just 22 years dominated from beginning to end litigation. His patience, his simplicity and his backhand was the favorite weapons to undermine the resistance of Bogota who could only react in the third chapter based on dose of squash and dragees temperament. But it was too late. Stewart had brought clear advantages in all items of the match. unquestioned victory that puts him under observation for the upcoming tour events materialize in Colon, Resistencia and Asuncion, Paraguay.
Well organized and well run by Romiglio and the Roude, squash illustrious names of Mar del Plata. Sober tournament They along with the local association led by Walter Katz materialized this fourth edition of Mar del Plata Open squash that was held by a Scotsman.
Input the Scottish Stewart drew wide differences. 5 to 0 in the blink your eyes, and it conditioned the Colombian make no mistake. Stewart, an English style sober, precise and simple not allowed to act Ramirez. The bogotano pulled a little with two deep setback, but it was only a shadow. In the second chapter the differences widened. The duel parallel backhand was also Scottish. 10 ‘The game is for the European 11-3.
In the third and final game’s patience he seemed to increase Stewart always being well positioned in both the drive and the reverse. Harder than the game, Ramirez tried to bridge the gap and made it halfway, because in the last points again appeared regularity and effectiveness of Rory. Despite its physical Stewart she manages to get back and forth normally. Ramirez never worried and felt at least today, the superiority of the rival.