The 29-year-old was on fine form and won his first tournament since April 2014 claiming his seventh PSA tour title to date. Clyne only dropped one game on his way to the final and that was in his semi final against upcoming Englishman Tom Ford.
Top-seed Clyne had to battle all the way against Mexican Arturo Salazar who beat second seed Eddie Charlton in the semi-finals. Clyne eventually won 8-11, 11-1, 11-4, 10-12, 11-7 and can now start his world-title campaign against US qualifier Todd Harrity.
With the World Men’s Team Championships just around the corner this will give the Scottish camp a great boost.
“That’s another PSA title in the bag, but there’s no rest for the wicked. It’s only the World Champs next,” said Clyne.