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Stiff Massaro test awaits Nicol in San Francisco Open quarters

PETALING JAYA: The real test awaits Nicol David in the chase for her first San Francisco Open title.

Nicol and Massaro set for possible last-eight clash

PETALING JAYA: National squash player Nicol David (pic) is on a collision course to face Laura Massaro in the quarter-finals of the San Francisco Open in California, USA.

Hail the terrific three

WE’VE heard of the Sidek brothers in badminton. Now, meet the Azman sisters in squash.

Nicol and Co flounder again to finish sixth in world meet

IPOH: Malaysia, led by world No. 9 Nicol David and teammates, floundered again to finish sixth in the Women’s World Team Squash Championships in Dalian, China.

Nicol and Co take on United States for fifth place in worlds

IPOH: Malaysia face United States for the fifth-place playoff in the Women’s World Team Championships in Dalian, China.

Malaysia down South Africa to set up clash with Hong Kong

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian women’s squash team will be out to reclaim their status as the best Asian team when they take on Hong Kong in a crucial World Team Championships tie in Dalian, China.

Chance to witness emerging sport stars in Perak Sukma

I STARTED my career as a sports journalist in 1993 and a year later, I was excited to be handed my debut Malaysia Games (Sukma) assignment in Perak.

Over to you, young ’uns

THE dust has barely settled after the Asian Games and it is time for the nation’s current batch of young sporting stars to take centrestage in the 19th edition of Sukma (Malaysia Games) in Perak starting today.

Nicol and Co won’t repeat Asiad mistakes at world team meet

KUALA LUMPUR: Once bitten twice shy. The Malaysian women’s squash team have learned their lesson in the Asian Games in Jakarta last month and they don’t want to make the same mistakes in the world team championships which begins in Dalian, China, tomorrow.

Nicol falls to Egyptian Raneem in China Open quarter-finals

PETALING JAYA: National squash player Nicol David's (pic) run in the China Open came to a grinding halt after losing to Egyptian Raneem El Welily in the women’s singles quarter-finals in Shanghai.