Tue 12th Apr, Day TWO:
 Adrian Waller (Eng) 3-1  Campbell Grayson (Nzl)
11-9, 6-11, 11-3, 11-9 (66m)
 Nafiizwan Adnan (Mas) 3-1 Kristian Frost
10-12, 11-5, 11-5, 11-5 (61m)
 Paul Coll (Nzl) 3-1  Olli Tuominen (Fin)
11-3, 11-7, 4-11, 11-3 (45m)
 Alan Clyne (Sco) 3-0  Laurens Jan
11-9, 11-7, 11-7 (37m)
Seeds through to main draw in Zurich
There were no upsets in the
qualifying finals at the Vitis Club as the top four seeds
claimed their places in the main draw.
Waller first through
The first qualifier for the main draw was English top seed
Adrian Waller, with a tough four-game win over Kiwi Campbell
squandered a 7-2 lead in the first and snuck it 11-9," said
Waller, "but he carried that momentum into the second so in
hinbdsight I'm happy I got the first!
"I tried to straighten up
a bit after that and foumd some accuracy in the back corners
which allowed me to capitalise with some good finishes.
"The fourth was a point for point slog, so pleasing to win the
big points at the business end and qualify."
Waller plays Cameron Pilley on Thursday.
Adnan freezes out Frost
Nafiizwan Adnan booked his place in the main draw as he
came from a game down to beat Kristian Frost, yesterday's only
"At 10-6 In first I lost concentration, so bit of a wake up
call," said Adnan. "He played the court well & I had to adjust
to the low quick crosscourts.
"Games 2,3,4 I was able to dictate, varied pace well & picked my
moments to go short. Just tried to shut his game down..
get Greg tmrw so I don't lose my daily rhythm.. Hahaha."
Adnan got his wish and now faces top seed Gregory Gaultier on Wednesday.
Coll ousts Olli
New Zealander Paul Coll continued his impressive run of
recent results as he beat Finland's Olli Tuominen in gour games.
"I felt good out there today, and played positive squash in
the first two games," said Coll.
"I lost my way a bit in the
third, credit to him he took advantage and played some nice
shots, but I took the initiative back in the fourth.
"Looking forward to getting down to Pls 5 and having a crack at
the big boys."
Coll's reward is a rest day and a match with second seed
Clyne downs LJ
The last place in the main draw was taken by Scotland'a
Alan Clyne as he beat Dutchman LJ Anjema in straight games.
"It was tough to get my short game going at the start,
so I had to be patient" said Clyne.
"It was crucial to clinch the
first from 7-9 down, I stuck to my game plan well and kept him
working as I wanted.
"Very happy with that result against
a class act like LJ."
Clyne now meets fourth seed Marwan Elshorbagy on Thursday.
Almost ready at Puls5