England’s Adrian Waller won his first U.S. Pro Series Title on Sunday, October 20–the $30,000 Men’s Life Time Chicago Open at Life Time Athletic Vernon Hills in Illinois.
The two seed and world No. 24 stormed to the title without dropping a game all tournament. Waller defeated Team USA’s Chris Hanson in the quarterfinals and progressed to the final via another three-game victory against Trinity graduate Vikram Malhotra.
The top half of the draw saw Australian top seed Ryan Cuskelly crash out in the quarterfinals against Seattle-based Pakistani Shahjahan Khan. Three seed Campbell Grayson needed four games and sixty-eight minutes to edge Khan into the finals.
The final proved to be all Waller as the Englishman decisively won 11-7, 11-4, 11-3 in thirty minutes.
The 2019 marked the tournament’s largest prize fund to date in its seventh year hosted in Vernon Hills.
Watch replays of the Chicago Open live stream on the U.S. Pro Series YouTube Channel.