Aifa’s low-key approach may unlock another gem in home tourney


PETALING JAYA: Squash player Aifa Azman (pic) plans to use the same low-key approach to enjoy another fairytale run in the Malaysian Open.

Last year, she entered the tournament as a wildcard but went all the way to beat top seed Salma Hany of Egypt to secure her maiden home crown at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil.

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