semi finals PSA Squash
Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 1:33PM

Semi Final Report

Giant killer Cam Seth's run has come to an end but not without pushing Egyptian Mostafa Asal for three tough games and almost 45 minutes.. His strategy was to try to contain the faster and more creative Asal, and it worked during the first half of each of the first two games. But again the World Junior Champ showed why he doesn't lose too much playing error free squash at the end of each game. By the third game Seth had run out of ideas, but certainly was able to count  the  large number of ranking points that he will gain.
The second match on the evening's card featured two very experienced players, Vikram Molhotra and Afredo Avila. Certainly the knew each other's game as just one week ago they did battle in London, Ontario with Alfredo coming back in the fifth. But it was not to be. He fought hard to come back and win the third 12-10 but that was it. Vikram  just seemed to want it more. And as Alfredo explained after the match he was just warn out  During his off season he played too much squash by representing Mexico in individual and team play on two occasions and then back to back PSA events. Mentally he needed a break.
Mostafa Asal d. Cameron Seth   11-9, 11-7, 11-7  45 min.
Vikram Molhotra d. Alfredo Avila  11-5, 11-7, 10-12, 11-3  50 min.


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