Veteran squash player Rachel pumped up to make Asian Games debut

Determined: National player Aifa Azman (left) and Rachel Arnold training for the upcoming Asian Games at the National Squash Centre, Bukit Jalil. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The Asian Games jinx is over for squash player Rachel Arnold as she will finally make her Asian Games debut at 27 after missing out twice.

It may sound odd to hear that an experienced player like Rachel will play in her first Asiad in Hangzhou but she knows how tough it is to get into the often star cast Malaysian women’s squad.

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