American Chris Hanson will compete for his first PSA title Sunday afternoon—which is also his first PSA final appearance—in the $5,000 U.S. Pro Series Kiva Club Open in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Hanson, who reached a career-high world ranking of eighty-five this month, edged past Jordanian Ahmad Alzabidi in a five-game semifinal Saturday evening to reach the final.
Hanson will take on Mexican teenager Jesus Camacho, who is also making his PSA final debut. Unseeded Camacho knocked out two seed Fred Reid in his first-round match, and upset fourth-seeded American Faraz Khan in Saturday’s semifinals.
The final will be scored live from the Kiva Club at 3pm ET, 1pm local time, on U.S. Pro Series Live powered by www.clublocker.com.
Pulled through in 5 to reach my first PSA final, wasn’t the prettiest squash from me but got it done @USSQUASH @BOASTusa @goaloop
— Chris Hanson (@Chris_R_Hanson) September 20, 2015
Jesús Camacho en la final del #KivaClubOpen (PSA M5) #Squash #vamosMexico @USProSquash  Chris Hanson (USA) v… http://t.co/AU9Ot2BAGx
— Squash México (@Squash_Mexico) September 20, 2015