picked up his second PSA
squash title in Switzerland when he upset top seed
Kristian Frost Olesen
in the final of the Inno
Both players reached the final without dropping games – and shared the
first two in the play-off for the title.
But it was second seed Schoor, the World No.86 from Worms, who had the
upper hand thereafter – going on to defeat Denmark's World No.60 11-6,
6-11, 12-10, 11-8 to win his first Tour title of the year, but the
seventh of his career.
"Jens, seeded second, played really strong and went for his shots and
got them in," explained tournament promoter Mario
(pictured below, left, with the finalists).
"He was making Kristian run a lot and was almost all the time in control
of the game.
"In a few days, he will be back for the PSA Challenger 10 event at the
same place where he is seeded fourth."