Wee Wern to evaluate her level of fitness before competing

Low Wee Wern in action to beat S. Sivasangari in the Ohana 36th National Squah championship At Bukit Jalil yesterday. Low We Wern won 3-11,11-7,11-6,3-11,11-9 (October 11,2020).- S.S.KANESAN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Professional players will normally plan their annual competition schedule ahead but Low Wee Wern will need to listen to her body first before committing to play in tournaments.

The former world No. 5 made her comeback 14 months after her fourth knee surgery in the Singapore Open in November.

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