Eain Yow wary of early traps ahead of expected showdown with Saurav

Determined: Ng Eain Yow will be going for gold despite tough obstacles in the men’s individual event at the Asian Games in Hangzhou.

PETALING JAYA: Top Malaysian squash professional Ng Eain Yow is well aware of the early booby traps in his way before the much anticipated title showdown against Saurav Ghosal of India in the Asian Games men’s individual event in Hangzhou.

Eain Yow, the world No 18, will be on a mission to regain Malaysia’s glory days in the men’s individual event where Ong Beng Hee triumphed twice (2002 and 2006) while Azlan Iskandar secured the 2010 gold in Guangzhou that turned out to be the last success.

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