Scotland’s Susan Egelstaff, the No. 4 seed, pulled off a spectacular comeback victory to reach today’s quarter-finals of the women’s singles at the Finnish Open, writes Elspeth Burnside. Glasgow’s Olympic hopeful and the world No.36 had to save three match points against American Iris Wang before going through 21-8, 18-21, 2422. She now meets Denmark’s Karina Jorgensen, who scored an upset 21-18 22-20 win over Russia’a Anastasia Prokopenka.
In the mixed doubles, Scotland’s Imogen Bankier and England’s Chris Adcock, the No.1 seeds, also went through to the quarter-finals with a 21-16, 21-12 win over Swedes Magnus Sahlberg and Sanne Ekberg.
In the men’s doubles, the young Scottish pair of Martin Campbell and