Indian Ramit Tandon went on to win his career’s third PSA title as he defeated Egypt’s Omar Abdel Meguid 11-6, 6-11, 11-3, 11-2 in the final that went on for one hour. Despite his opponent’s more experience, who is 20 rungs above him, Tandon showed immense maturity to bring home the trophy.
Abu Dhabi: Ramit Tandon's pursuit ended on a memorable note in the Abu Dhabi PSA tournament, a world tour event here on Saturday. The third seed Indian toppled the more experienced and top seed Omar Abdel Meguid of Egypt 11-6, 6-11, 11-3, 11-2 in an exciting one-hour match to lift the title, the third of his career.
Steady has been Ramit's watchword in this tournament and the young man played true to his potential. Beating an opponent who is 20 rungs above him in PSA rankings is not an easy task but Ramit lifted his game just that bit to make his opponent work hard and that unsettled the Egyptian. This is their first meeting on the professional circuit
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