Squash star Lobban : My game is best it has ever been
North Kessock squash star Greg Lobban says he is starting a two-month stretch on the PSA World Tour in the form of his life.
The 27-year-old starts his US Open campaign in Philadelphia on Saturday when he takes on Australian Cameron Pilley in the first round.
The world number 29 recorded the biggest win of his career last month when he won the $30,000 PSA HKFC International in Hong Kong.
He didn’t drop a set on his way to winning the tournament and felt it was reward for a tough pre-season at his training base at Sheffield during the summer.
“I’m feeling in really good shape physically and psychologically,” he said.
“I believe my game is better than it ever has been.
“I’ve done a lot of work on the mental side of things and in terms of Hong Kong it felt like everything clicked."