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PETALING JAYA: Just go for it. This is national No. 1 men squash player Ng Eain Yow’s advice to athletes who are contemplating to staying abroad with an intent to harness their sporting careers.
PETALING JAYA: Just two years in the United States under the good old hands of two-time world champion David Palmer and squash player S. Sivasangari is breaking norms.
YOU have trained hard for years. Filled all the documents. And made all the logistic arrangements – transport, hotel, food, everything.
PETALING JAYA: National No. 1 squash player Low Wee Wern is keeping her fingers crossed to be third time lucky in her bid to compete in an international tournament this year.
PETALING JAYA: S. Sivasangari continued her fine form when she upset world No. 10 Tesni Evans of Wales to reach the third round of the El Gouna International Squash in Cairo.
PETALING JAYA: National No. 1 Ng Eain Yow and S. Sivasangari kept the national flag flying high when they got off to a splendid start in the El Gouna International Squash in Cairo.
PETALING JAYA: A trip to Egypt was just not meant to be for squash players Low Wee Wern, Rachel Arnold, Aifa Azman and Ivan Yuen.
PETALING JAYA: Low Wee Wern (pic) and Ivan Yuen have finally been given the green light to leave the country to compete in the El Gouna International Squash in Cairo, Egypt.
PETALING JAYA: Time is running out on national No. 1 squash player Low Wee Wern (pic) to compete in the El Gouna International Squash in Cairo, Egypt, from May 20-28.