Men's world team squash championship in Bukit Jalil called off


PETALING JAYA: The World Squash Federation (WSF) and Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) have decided to call off the Men's Squash World Team Championships, a week before it was due to take place in Bukit Jalil.

WSF, in a statement, said the decision was led by the possibility that some nations would be unable to compete due to the lack of confirmation over the issuing of visas and travel authorisations by the Malaysian authorities, as the world body believes in an open and inclusive championship.

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