Auguste Dussourd (Fra) 3-1 Robertino Pezzota (Arg) 11-6, 11-9, 3-11, 11-8 (60m)
Top seed Auguste Dussourd beats home favourite Robertino Pezzota in the final in Colon to claim his second PSA title in a month … google translation follows
French Dussourd discovered America
French Auguste Dussourd won the PSA “Tour of the Americas” held at the “Columbus Squash” of the homonymous city. He beat 3-1 the local Robertino Pezzota within an hour of intense play. Thus Dussourd get this international title that opens the history itself in its short life as a club to “Colón Squash”.
The decisive match, followed closely by a real crowd, had French as dominant in the partial first winning it in 13 ‘11.06. Throughout this segment the French based his partial victory in wordy movements with his backhand and responded correctly to shipments near the “sheet” issued by Pezzota.
The second game followed European dominance although with a smaller margin. Argentina narrowed the gap to pure heart attacks, strokes gestating interesting passages with double-walled or crusaders balanced actions. But it was not enough.
In the third chapter Pezzota came to sell his defeat. “He put all the meat on the grill”, will, blood and some squash overtook him to stay with the sleeve passage 11-3 at its best game of the match. The fourth tranche of the match was a French again solid and strong to a close and demanded Pezzota.
He won Dussourd with clear weapons: full concentration, great backhand volley, good legs reach forward balls and required a sober ride overall.
Pezzota left everything. He forced a fourth game delivery and exhibited pure brushstrokes of his own talent. He did not reach to take the bump. Worth same for the “people’s player” who came away, he reached the end … and is something.