High-flying Rachel now eyes spot in world’s top 30

Surprise medal: Rachel and Aifa won the bronze in the women’s doubles squash at the Commonwealth Games. — AFP

PETALING JAYA: Rachel Arnold, still in awe after winning a Commonwealth Games medal, will have to regroup quickly if she wants to break into the world’s top 30 in the gruelling Professional Squash Association (PSA) Tour.

At the Games in Birmingham, Rachel partnered Aifa Azman to win bronze in the Games, which was also Malaysia’s first medal.

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