It won’t be a walk in the park in Cairo for Eain Yow and Co

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysians will find themselves in the deep end of the pool when they compete in the World Squash Championships in Cairo, beginning tomorrow, but national head coach Ajaz Azmat wants them to show their battling quality for survival.

Malaysians have failed to hold their own in the major event since the retirement of Nicol David, the eight-time world champion. Coincidentally, the Malaysian legend secured her final world crown in Cairo.

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