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The Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) will host the Asian Championships if the Asian Squash Federation (ASF) can meet their three requests to help reduce the financial constraints in organising the competitions.
Malaysia's Nicol David gave a gutsy display but it was not enough to prevent top seed Vanessa Atkinson of Holland from bagging the women's title in the Kuala Lumpur Open squash championships at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil here yesterday.
Top Malaysian women squash player Nicol David survived some close calls against unseeded Welsh player Tegwen Malik before booking her place in the final of the Kuala Lumpur Open at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil Saturday.
Malaysia's Nicol David qualified for the semi-finals of the Kuala Lumpur Open squash championships with a calculated win over Madeline Perry of Ireland but teammate Sharon Wee made a quick exit at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil Friday.
Nicol David and Sharon Wee qualified for the quarter-finals of the KL Open squash championship in contrasting fashion at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil Thursday.
National squash queen Nicol David will be in for a tough time in the first round of the KL Open squash championship today. She is down to play against Ellen Petersen of Denmark.
Malaysian squash queen Nicol David received nearly RM40,000 from her sponsor, Mulpha Head International Bhd, in Petaling Jaya Monday for reaching the semi-final of the World Women's Open in December last year and for achieving a career high of eighth position in this month's world rankings list.
Malaysian women's number one squash player Nicol David continued her upward surge in the world rankings list, moving up two rungs to eighth spot in the recently released February list.
The Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) have agreed to the National Sports Council's (NSC) proposal to replace current chief coach Raymond Arnold with elite coach Jamshed Gul.
National number two women's squash player Sharon Wee's Chinese New Year wish is just to get the better of her nemesis Rebecca Chiu of Hong Kong.