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EVEN with a record eight world titles under her belt, the now-retired squash legend Datuk Nicol Ann David still has some unfinished business in the sport.
PETALING JAYA: Low Wee Wern will have big shoes to fill with Nicol David no longer around to lead the national women’s squash team.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lanky Ong Sai Hung (pic) has the height to excel in squash.
KUALA LUMPUR: Doyce Lee Ye San is only 12 – and teamed up just two months ago with Jessica Keng Jia Hui, 17.
KUALA LUMPUR: There can be little doubt that when it comes to world popularity, tennis would be the winner among racquet sports. But world No. 8 squash player Sarah-Jane Perry has no regrets about turning away from tennis to pursue squash instead.
KUALA LUMPUR: The “Dream Remains” – and it’s a dream come true for squash legend Datuk Nicol David.
KUALA LUMPUR: Squash player Aira Azman is only 15. Already, she wants to follow in the footsteps of elder sister Aifa and turn professional in January.
KUALA LUMPUR: Hafiz Zhafri Abdul Harif is on cloud nine after winning the mixed doubles title and finishing runners-up in the boys doubles in the second leg of the SportExcel-Milo-NSC Squash Doubles championships at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil.
MANY friends have urged me to write about an important topic concerning the protection of children, with particular reference to my home state.
The number of sports in the SEA Games has ballooned over the years, bringing with it many obscure and traditional sports. However, there is no denying that the multi-sport biennial Games is an important platform for budding athletes to make a name for themselves. StarSport’s LIM TEIK HUAT profiles six youngsters who could rock the arena in the Philippines during the Games from Nov 30-Dec 11.