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Malaysia's Low Wee Wern and Ivan Yuen powered into the semi-finals of the British Junior Open squash tournament in Sheffield, England, Thursday.
Malaysia's hopes of securing a title at the British Junior Open squash tournament took a knock when top juniors Low Wee Wern and Ivan Yuen were bundled out in the semi-finals in Sheffield, England, yesterday
Malaysia scored two upset wins to reach the final of the team event in the women's World Junior Championships in Hong Kong yesterday.
Malaysian top seed Low Wee Wern moved a step closer to her first British Junior Open squash title when she beat Japan's Misaki Kobayashi 14-12, 11-2, 11-8 in the quarter-finals of the girls' Under-19 competition in Sheffield last Sunday.
PETALING JAYA: After a rather disappointing performance in the recent KL Open, national No. 2 squash player Low Wee Wern has set her sights on a better showing at the prestigious British Open which will be held from May 18-26 at the KC Stadium in Hull.
PETALING JAYA: The main draw for the world’s oldest and most prestigious squash tournament – the British Open – starts tomorrow and all eyes will be on world No. 1 Nicol David as she seeks to defend her title.
PETALING JAYA: The British Open squash championships will be rather unique this year as it will be held in Hull City FC’s KC Stadium. And national No. 2 Low Wee Wern is eager to play at the venue.
PETALING JAYA: World No. 7 Low Wee Wern’s dream of playing in Hull City’s KC Stadium was dashed after she crashed out in the first round of the British Open squash championships at Pontefract.