Teran takes home title
Second seed Lauren Briggs came close to taking the lead, but once Teran had taken the first game 11/9 she raced away to win the next two 11/2, 11/2 to take the match in just over half an hour, claiming her 15th WSA title from just 19 finals.
“Thanks to all my family, friends, sponsors, organizers of the event, and to the fans who gathered and encouraged me at all times,” said a delighted winner.
“Without all of them winning the first Mexican Open 2012 would not have been possible. This commits me to continue working in my game and in this new stage of promoter promoting squash, thank you…!”
Top seeds reach Mexican final
Top seeds Samantha Teran and Lauren Briggs will contest the final.
“Well done @samanthateran,” tweeted @selbs11 after their match. “She is a warrior! When does she tire?! Happy with my performance! Back on the horse ready for the next one #onwards.”
English trio join top seed Teran in semis
A trio of English players made it through to the semi-finals of the Mexican Open, and it was almost a clean sweep.
Lauren Selby, Lauren Briggs and Victoria Lust all won in straight games, while top seed and home favourite Samantha Teran needed five games to see off the challenge of Sarah-Jane Perry.
Perry had match balls to produce a big upset too: “Note to self: Don’t switch off at 2-1 and 10-6 up,” she tweeted after the match. “Got to be pleased overall though.”