Team USA’s Timmy Brownell won his third career PSA title–and second of the season–without dropping a game, Saturday, October 29, at the $12,000 Richardson Wealth Van Lawn Open in Vancouver.
The twenty-four-year-old entered the tournament as the two seed and progressed with wins over Mexico’s six seed Alejandro Reyes in the quarterfinals and Argentina’s unseeded Jeremias Azana in the semis to set up a final against Mexico’s top seed Arturo Salazar.
In their first career match up, the American defeated the former world No. 36 13-11, 11-7, 11-3 to clinch the title.
After reaching a new career high ranking of world No. 62 last week, Brownell now ascends to another new high of world no. 58 this week on the back of the ranking points from Vancouver. Brownell now heads around the world to New Zealand to contest the Robertson Lodges New Zealand Open and Carrus Nations Cup with teammate Olivia Blatchford Clyne.
Brownell adds the Van Lawn Open to his $12,000 Louisville Open title in September.