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Nicol David established herself as the top women's squash player in the country again with an easy win over Sharon Wee in the first round of the Mulpha Head Malaysian Open women's tournament at the National Sports Council Squash Centre in Jalan Duta.
Two former athletes - cyclist M. Kumaresan and hurdler Nur Herman Majid - were inducted into the SportExcel Hall of Fame Tuesday.
Sharon Wee's status as the national number one will come under threat today when she takes on Nicol David in the first round of the Mulpha Head Malaysian Open women's squash championship at the National Squash Centre in Jalan Duta in Kuala Lumpur.
A surgery to correct a back disc did not stop Cassie Jackman from winning the Milo National Open two years ago at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil here.
National squash princess Nicol David has fully adapted to her new life as a touring professional.
The Mulpha-Head Malaysian Women's Squash Open 2003 from Aug 18-23 has attracted a very strong field of international players, which is bad news for Malaysians hoping to go far in the tournament.
In stark contrast to the high expectations of two years ago, the Squash Rackets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) have only set a modest target of a top six finish for the national team at the 12th World Women's Junior Championship.
The long road back to the top begins at the Malaysian Women's Open next week for national squash queen Nicol David.
Malaysia have been seeded sixth for the Women's World Junior Squash Championships scheduled to be held from Aug 24-28 in Cairo, Egypt.
For the first time since 1997, Malaysia will not have a player among the seeds for the world junior women's squash championships.