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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.
Malaysia's Nicol David and Sharon Wee failed to make it to the main draw of the Texas Open squash championships here on Wednesday.
Malaysia's Nicol David, who made a return to the Women International Squash Players Association (WISPA) circuit last week, is only one match away of qualifying for the main draw of the Texas Open.
Rally champions Karamjit Singh and Allen Oh have finally won a richly deserved recognition #8211; for themselves and also the sport in the country. The rally veterans were named the winners of the 2002 Sportsman of the Year Award at a ceremony at the Sheraton Subang Tuesday night.
Malaysian Nicol David's challenge in the Bright Lights Open in Las Vegas, which was her first tournament in five months, ended on Friday when she lost in the quarter-finals to second seed Vanessa Atkinson of Holland.
Malaysia's former world junior squash champion Nicol David, who took a five-month break after failing to retained the Asian Games title in Busan last year, made a successful return to the WISPA tour in the Bright Lights Open in Las Vegas.
After a five-month layoff, Nicol David is back but she is not expected to make much impact in her first Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA) tournament this year - the Bright Lights Open in Las Vegas from March 20-23.
Women#8217;s issues will not go away, even when they lapse from public view. With today being International Women#8217;s Day, TAN LEE KUEN takes a look at what women#8217;s groups have been doing this past year.