Aira and Yasshmita’s solid form can help Malaysia’s title defence

Aira Azman (left)

PETALING JAYA: Top seeds Malaysia are well placed to defend their women’s crown at the Asian Junior Team Championships in Chennai from Feb 8-12 if the form of Aira Azman (pic) and J. Yasshmita are anything to go by.

Although Japan and South Korea are expected to pose some threat in the group stage, Malaysia should secure a semi-final spot from Group A.

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