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PETALING JAYA: Former Asian karate champions Lim Yoke Wai and G. Vathana have decided to quit, thus opening the door for more new faces to make their way into the squad for the Indonesia SEA Games in November.
Malaysian number one Mohd Azlan Iskandar was shown the exit in the first round of the Mamut English Open squash championships by England's Lee Beachill in Sheffield on Wednesday.
Malaysia's top women's squash player Nicol David celebrated her rise to the world number three spot by bagging the US$31,000 Mamut Dutch Open title in sizzling style.
Malaysia's Nicol David notched another milestone in her squash career, breaking into the third spot in the world rankings for the first time.