Second seeds suit Malaysia fine at Asiad squash tourney


The one to beat: Malaysia’s world No. 19 is the top seed in the men’s individual squash event at the Asian Games.

PETALING JAYA: Underdogs tag will suit Malaysia fine in the Asian Games after being seeded second in the men’s and women’s squash team events in Hangzhou.

India are top seeds, followed by Malaysia, Hong Kong and Pakistan in the men’s event while Hong Kong have been placed ahead of Malaysia, India and Japan as the top four in the women’s team event.

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