Doyce: Birmingham experience will come in handy in India

PETALING JAYA: Doyce Lee Ye San’s stint in the British Junior Open was only a brief affair but she hopes the experience will take her far in her squash career.

The 15-year-old’s campaign in the girls’ Under-17 ended in the third round after losing to Nadien Elhammamy of Egypt 11-9, 0-11, 7-11, 5-11 in Birmingham last month but it gave an idea on what to expect in the Asian Junior Team Championships, where she is expected to face familiar foes.

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