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Salazar upsets Mustonen at NetSuite Open

SAN FRANCISCO — Cesar Salazar (Mexico), the fifth seed in the qualifying round for the NetSuite Open, needed four games to upset third seed Henrik Mustonen (Finland) to advance to the first round of the San Francisco stop on the PSA World Tour. After dropping the first game in a match played at the Bay Club San Francisco, he needed 62 minutes to post a 9-11, 16-14, 11-7, 11-7 victory. Olli Tuominen (Finland), Alan Clyne (Scotland) and Campbell Grayson (New Zealand) also made it through the qualifying rounds tonight to punch their tickets to the main draw.

Tuominen needed four game to distinguish Matthew Karwalski (Australia), coming back after losing the first by a 11-9 score. The Fin needed 38 minutes to post the 9-11, 11-9, 11-4, 11-1 decision at the Bay Club San Francisco.

Clyne made quick work of Chris Gordon (U.S.A.) in a 11-9, 11-7, 11-5 triumph that lasted 39 minutes at the University Club.

 

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