German third seed Simon Rosner clinched a thrilling fourth game tiebreak to defeat Australian No.1 Cameron Pilley in the final of the Santiago Open squash tournament in Spain on Saturday.
Pilley won the first game of the final 11-8 but Rosner stormed back to win the next two 11-5 11-8.
With both players putting on a superb exhibition of squash on the all-glass court in the historic Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, the German managed to claim the crucial tiebreak and take the title 8-11 11-5 11-8 16-14.
Despite finishing runner-up, the tournament was a welcome return to form for Pilley, who hadn't played in a final for almost two years.
He reached the decider in Santiago with a stunning straight games win over top seed Adrian Grant.
He now has a break until the Dayton Open in Ohio on November 7, where he plays Canadian Shahier Razik in the first round.