Aitken Wins First Career U.S. Pro Series Title at CSC Delaware Open

(L-R) Rodman Ward ( President of CSC) Liu Tsz-Ling(Runner-Up) Lisa Aitken(Champion) and R ay Chan-A-Sue( Tournament Director)

report courtesy of Ray Chan-A-Sue

The curtain came down on the 2019 CSC Delaware Open at the Vicmead Hunt Club, in front of a pack crowd, with a very entertaining match and an even more deserving winner.

Lisa Aitken of Scotland landed her biggest PSA title to date with a gutsy three games to two come from behind win. For the first half of the match it looked like Tsz-Ling would walk away with her twelfth title as she controlled the T with measured length and a deceptive short game.

However, as with the semi-finals Aiken is one determined individual and playing some of her best squash. Tsz-Ling had one an opportunity in the third game to close it out, but some unforced errors at the business end of that game allowed Aitken to get back into the match.

From that point she never looked back as she dominated the “T” from that point from which TSZ-Ling had no answer.

Aitken wins her sixth PSA title, and with her current form she should add to that haul in the future.