Twelve satellite tourneys to be held to unearth young pros

PETALING JAYA: Former world No. 17 Ong Beng Hee was the first Malaysian squash player to turn professional at the tender age of 15 but it was something rarely emulated by other top local juniors.

The main obstacle is the lack of international satellite tournaments that are held locally for the juniors to compete and to improve on their world ranking which would enable them to compete in the Professional Squash Associa-tion (PSA) Challenger Tour.

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