Addeen returns sad but wiser

PETALING JAYA: A poor start in the semi-finals of the Boston Open saw Addeen Idrakie (pic) returning home disappointed after wrapping up his United States’ stint.

The 27-year-old surprisingly went down 5-11, 13-11, 6-11, 6-11 to lower-ranked Marwan Tarek yesterday. The Egyptian will now face second seed and Canada’s world No. 74 David Baillargeon for the title.

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