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10/08/2009
TOUR de las AMERICAS
 

Alarcon Conquers Tour De Las Americas In Peru

Tour de las Americas 2009
30-Jul to 02-Aug,
Ponta Grossa-Parana, Brazil, $6k
Round One
31 Jul
Quarters
01 Aug
Semis
01 Aug
Final
02 Aug
[1] Rafael Alarcon (Bra)
3/0
Qualifier
Rafael Alarcon
3/0
Leandro Romiglio
Rafael Alarcon
3/0

Manoel Perriera
Rafael Alarcon

3/0
Chris Gordon
[7] Leandro Romiglio (Arg)
3/0
Qualifier
[4] Colin Ramasra (Tri)
3/1
Scott Fitzgerald (Wal)
Scott Fitzgerald
3/2
Manoel Perriera
[8] Manoel Perriera (Bra)
3/0
Jose Pedro Escobar
Juan Pablo Roude (Arg)
3/1
[5] Gonzalo Miranda (Arg)
Gonzalo Miranda
3/0
Kristian Frost Olesen
Kristian Frost Olesen
3/2
Chris Gordon
Edison Ribiero Nunes (Bra)
3/0
[3] Kristian Frost Olesen (Den)
Qualifier
3/1
[6] Tiago Cabral (Bra)
Tiago Cabral
3/1
Chris Gordon
Qualifier
3/0
[2] Chris Gordon (Usa)

 

Alarcon Conquers Tour De Las Americas In Peru

 

Brazilian Rafael F Alarcon made a clean sweep of the three "Tour de las Americas" squash titles in South America by winning the Peru Open, the final event in the PSA World Tour series at Club Regatas in the Peru capital Lima.

 

The 32-year-old from Sao Paulo began his impressive run in Paraguay, upsetting the top seed to claim the Paraguay Open crown in the country's capital city Asuncion

 

Last week, he continued his run on home soil, winning the Ponta Grossa-Parana Open in Ponta Grossa.

 

In the $6,000 PSA Tour Satellite event in Lima, the top-seeded Brazilian downed an Italian, a fellow countryman and then third-seeded Englishman Tom Pashley to make the final - where he faced Kristian Frost Olesen.

 

The 20-year-old second seed from Denmark was celebrating his maiden appearance in a PSA Tour final.

 

But Alarcon, a veteran of 16 Tour finals, was too strong for the Dane, winning 11-7, 11-4, 11-5 to secure not only a hat-trick of Tour de las Americas titles, but the 12th PSA trophy of his career.