Andrea all primed for a strong challenge in world junior meet


PETALING JAYA: Andrea Lee is much better prepared when she returns to New Zealand for a second time in two months – this time for the World Junior Squash Championships.

The world No. 80 was in New Zealand for two Professional Squash Association (PSA) Tour tournaments last month.

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