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27/04/2010
PARAGUAY OPEN
 

Rafael Rallies To Paraguay Success

Paraguay Open 2010
20-24 April, Asuncion, $6k
Round One
21 Apr
Quarters
22 Apr
Semis
23 Apr
Final
24 Apr
[1] Rafael Alarcon (Bra)
3/0
[Q] Juan Caballero (Par)
Rafael Alarcon
11/9 11/5 12/10
Alfredo Avila
Rafael Alarcon
11/9, 11/5, 15/13
Miled Zarazua
Rafael Alarcon
11-7, 8-11, 11-7, 11-4
Chris Gordon
[5] Manoel Pereira (Bra)
3/0
Alfredo Avila (Mex)
[4] Gonzalo Mirando (Arg)
3/0
[Q] Mario Dominguez (Par)
Gonzalo Mirando
11/6 4/11 11/7 11/9
Miled Zarazua
[8] Miled Zarazua (Mex)
3/0
Nicolas Baballero (Par)
Lucky Loser

[8] Tiago Cabral (Bra)
Tiago Cabral
1/7 11/6 11/6
Esteban Casarino
Esteban Casarino
12/10, 11/1, 6/11, 11/9
Chris Gordon
[Q] Bruno Alvarenga
3/0
[3] Esteban Casarino (Par)
Nahual Hernan Ramos (Arg)
2/1 rtd
Juan Pablo Roude (Arg)
Nahual Ramos
11/4 11/8 14/12
Chris Gordon
[Q] Andre L'Heureux (Par)

[2] Chris Gordon (Usa)

Rafael Rallies To Paraguay Success

Brazilian Rafael F Alarcon successfully defended his title in the 'Tour de las Americas' Paraguay Open when he beat second seed Christopher Gordon in the final of the PSA World Tour Satellite squash event at Club Internacional de Tenis in the Paraguayan capital Asuncion.

In the semi-finals, the 33-year-old from Sao Paolo despatched eight-seeded Mexican Miled Zarazua in straight games, while New York-based Gordon ended local interest in the event by beating Esteban Casarino, the tournament organiser from Asuncion, in four games.

But in the final, Alarcon beat a US opponent for the second year in a row with an 11-7, 8-11, 11-7, 11-4 victory over Gordon, the world No79.

The triumph marks Alarcon's 14th PSA Tour title - and extends the Brazilian's record as the South American with the most Tour titles, ahead of Colombian Miguel Angel Rodriguez who boasts 12.