Nicol’s far from finished


From one champion to another: Former world No. 1 Vanessa Atkinson (inset) believes Malaysian squash queen Nicol David still has a lot to offer at the highest level – provided she makes some changes to her game.

PETALING JAYA: Former world champion Vanessa Atkinson believes that Malaysian squash queen Nicol David still has a lot to offer at the highest level – if she can make some changes to her game.

Eight-time world champion Nicol has been struggling to dominate the sport in the last two years, which coincided with the emergence of Egyptian players.

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