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Ong Beng Hee and Sharon Wee have moved up in the latest world squash ranking list following good outings in recent international tournaments.
National number three Tricia Chuah will not get to train overseas until she proves that she is still good enough to represent the country in major squash tournaments.
Sharon Wee is now the national number one woman squash player. And she hopes her win in the Hyder Open in New York on Sunday is an indicator that she is emerging from under Nicol David's shadow.
Unseeded Malaysian Nicol David ended her impressive run in the US Squashworks women's open at Salt Lake City in the semi-finals on Saturday, losing 9-0, 9-6, 9-0 to top seed Cassie Jackman.
Malaysia's Nicol David avenged her shock defeat to Rebecca Chiu in the women#8217;s singles final of the Busan Asian Games last year when she pulled off an upset win over her archrival to reach the semi-finals of the US Women's Squashworks Open in Salt Lake City on Friday.
National women squash player Nicol David, who made a comeback in March after a five-month lay-off, has slumped to her worst ever ranking in the world.
National number three Tricia Chua's status in the Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA) professional circuit is in limbo. The Kuala Lumpur lass has not been training the last two months after aggravating a severe toe injury.
The top two national squash players, Ong Beng Hee and Mohd Azlan Iskandar, will have more Malaysians joining them in the professional circuit this year.
Malaysia's number one men squash player Ong Beng Hee's target was to break into the top five bracket in the world this year. But things are not happening the way he wanted.
The National Sports Council (NSC) will review all upcoming overseas trips for the national athletes under the 2006 programme following the outbreak of the deadly and infectious Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and the war in Iraq.