Tesni Evans produced a dominant display to win her first match at squash’s JP Morgan Tournament of Champions in New York.
The Welsh world No.10 beat England’s Millie Tomlinson in three games to make it through to the last 16 of the prestigious event and its iconic location at Grand Central Station.
Evans had recently played Tomlinson at the Monte Carlo Classic in December and had been taken to five sets by the world No.25.
But Sunday’s victory was much more emphatic as Evans won 11-4, 11-8, 11-6 in 38 minutes in her second round match.
“We played at the back end of December and it was a five setter, and it was brutal,” said Evans.
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