Scotland's top male squash player Alan Clyne faces the world number one in the last 16 of the US Open in Philadelphia.
Clyne, from Inverness, beat England's Adrian Grant 11-2 13-11 11-7 on Saturday and will next play Frenchman Gregory Gaultier on Monday.
His Scotland team-mate Greg Lobban lost his last-32 match against the world number two, Egypt's Mohamed Elshorbagy.
Lobban, 22, who had come through two qualifying rounds, lost 11-2 11-7 11-7 in 34 minutes.
Nonetheless, the match represents good progress for Lobban, who tweeted after his qualifying wins over America's Gilly Law and New Zealander Campbell Grayson: "Over the moon to qualify for the @USOpenSquash main draw for the first time at a World Series event."