Recent and archived articles by James Tang
KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 2 Laura Massaro endured a five-game thriller to clinch victory over world No. 3 Raneem El Weleily and emerge as the Windy City Open champion.
PUTRAJAYA: It was a great week for Malaysian Ivan Yuen as the national No. 4 clinched his second straight title in the opening leg of the WSA Malaysian Tour Squash Circuit.
Having only won the NSC Series No. 1 championships three days ago, Ivan Yuen is on course to win the opening leg of the WSA Malaysian Tour Squash Circuit title after booking his place in the final.
BUKIT JALIL: National No. 4 squash player Ivan Yuen can thank his never-say-die attitude for coming through a hard-fought five-set thriller against India’s Harinderpal Sandhu in the final of the NSC Series No. 1 championships.
BUKIT JALIL: National No. 4 squash player Ivan Yuen relied on his experience to storm into the final of the NSC Series No. 1 championships at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil.
PETALING JAYA: Libya have qualified for the Special Olympics Unified Football World Cup in Malaysia, completing the 25-team world meet which will take place from Nov 1-15.
BUKIT JALIL: National junior squash player Zoe Foo used to play the game for fun. Those were the carefree days indeed.
BUKIT JALIL: Malaysia used to be a force to be reckoned with in the men’s doubles, and in the past few years the hope of seeing those glory days again became dim.
CHINA’s Li Xuerui made a successful return from injury to win her first Maybank Malaysian Open title at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil.
BUKIT JALIL: A four-year wait for the men's doubles Super Series title finally came to an end when Lim Khim Wah-Goh V Shem pulled off a sensational win in the final of the Maybank Malaysian Open at Putra Stadium.