Our men and women’s squads start strong in Cheongjun


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia began their title defence in the men and women’s events with convincing victories at the Asian Team Squash Championships in Cheongjun, South Korea.

The men’s team rested second ranked Addeen Idrakie in their first Group B match against the Philippines but they still came out tops, winning 3-0.

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