Haiqal is on a mission to win the battle against himself

PETALING JAYA: National sprinter Haiqal Hanafi is looking to continue his dominant run in the Super Series and to him, the main rival will be himself.

Instead of focusing on his opponents, the 100m sprinter said he would concentrate on himself as he aims to post a time of 10.44s in the Pahang Open and win his third straight Super Series, after winning the Johor and Perak Opens.

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