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Squash great Nicol shown exit in final career match

PETALING JAYA: The curtains came down on Malaysia’s eight-time world champion Nicol David at the British Open squash championships in Hull, England.

Going all out: Nicol David (front) in action against Egypt’s Nour El Tayeb in the second round of the British Open in Hull yesterday. — SquashSite

Wee Wern pulls through first-round test despite grieving for grandpa

PETALING JAYA: National squash player Low Wee Wern showed her mental strength in coping with the loss of a loved one to advance into the second round of the British Open.

Nicol David's career comes to end with British Open exit

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian squash queen Nicol David's career has come to a close after exiting in the second round of the British Open in Hull, England, on Tuesday (May 21).

Nicol banks on her determination and experience to beat Tze-Lok

KUALA LUMPUR: Nicol David (pic) got off to a flying start in the prestigious British Open squash championships in Hull, England.

Yiwen ready to step up in the absence of Nicol

KUALA LUMPUR: Nicol David is set to leave the squash scene, but fret not, for youngster Chan Yiwen (pic) is ready to step in.

Yiwen ready to make up for the absence of Nicol

KUALA LUMPUR: Nicol David is set to leave the squash scene, but fret not, for youngster Chan Yiwen is ready to step in.

File photo of Chan Yiwen in action in a match against her senior Nicol David (front) at a local tournament in 2017.

Will it be heaven or Hull for Wee Wern after three-year lapse?

KUALA LUMPUR: Low Wee Wern will make her return at the British Open squash championships after a lapse of three years.

Been there, done that

PETALING JAYA: This is it – one last hurrah for Nicol David!

Eain Yow’s sure to improve after sessions with Shorbagy brothers

KUALA LUMPUR: The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.

Big upset: Ng Eain Yow (right) returning a shot to Max Lee of Hong Kong in the quarter-finals of the Asian Individual  Championship in Bukit Jalil,Kuala Lumpur.

Sivasangari will make her mark on world stage, says Joshna

KUALA LUMPUR: National squash player S. Sivasangari has what it takes to be a world top 10 player in the future.