In the fifth all-Scottish PSA World Tour
final in the past 12 months, Greg
in straight games to win the 41st Geneva
squash event at Squash
Club de Geneve
in the Swiss city of Geneva.
Second seed Lobban's chances were boosted in the opening round when
unseeded Egyptian Karim
the top seed from the Czech Republic, in a shock four-game upset.
El Hammamy progressed through to the semi-finals before losing out to
Kempsell in a five-game marathon which saw the fourth seed from
Edinburgh reach his maiden Tour final.
Lobban, the Inverness-born World No.77, had a much easier semi –
crushing England's third seed Adam
11-1, 11-9, 11-1 to make the ninth Tour final of his career.
The final marked the Scots' first Tour meeting. Lobban, 21, justified
the 54-place ranking supremacy over his 20-year-old compatriot by
beating Kempsell 11-5, 11-8, 11-3 to record the third PSA Tour title of