India’s Saurav Ghosal cruised his way through to the final of Pittsburgh Open squash tournament with a hard-fought win over Egypt’s Omar Mossad. Also Read - Ladakh Standoff: What India, China Discussed During 16-Hour Long Military-Level Talks | Read Here

Ghosal, seeded second, defeated the fifth seed Egyptian 11-6, 16-18, 11-7, 12-10 in a thrilling one hour 13-minute contest on Saturday. Also Read - Ladakh Standoff: India-China Hold 10th Round of Military Talks For Further Disengagement | What to Expect

Ghosal, who is searching for his first World tour win, will now take on top seed Egyptian Fares Dessouky in the summit clash. Also Read - After Acknowledging Casualties, China Releases Galwan Clash Video

Earlier, Ghosal made short the challenge posed by Cesar Salazar of Mexico. The Indian, seeded second, defeated his sixth seeded Mexican rival 11-8 11-6 11-8 in the quarter-finals.

Ghosal, who got a bye in the first round, had a relatively tough second round encounter against England’s Nathan Lake.

Ghosal dropped a close game before regaining his touch to get past Lake. Another Indian who was in the fray, Ramit Tandon crashed out in the first round.