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Malaysia's Nicol David (centre) seen here with tennis players Nicolas Almagro of Spain (right) and France's Adrian Mannarino at the Malaysian Open event on 25 Sept. in this filepic. She aims to bag her fourth straight WSA title at the China Open beginning on Thursday against qualifier Li Donglin in the first round. - BERNAMA Photo
PETALING JAYA: The dates for the Women’s World Open may yet be announced but it will be business as usual for world No.1 Nicol David as she seeks her fourth straight title at the China Open at Shanghai.
The 30-year-old will face local wildcard Li Donglin in the first round today and a win will pit her against veteran Irishwoman Madeline Perry in the quarter-finals.
She is expected to meet third seed Alison Waters of England - who is going through a poor run of form now - in the semi-finals while world No.3 Raneem El Weleily is the second seed for the tournament.
National No. 2 Low Wee Wern, the defending champion, will meet a qualifier in the first round.
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