Women hold court in new glass court

IT takes time to adjust to a new glass court.

At least that was the case for Rachel Arnold as she stayed longer on the court before scoring a 11-4, 11-5, 11-4 win over Krishna Thapa as Malaysia got off to a splendid start in the women’s team event at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Squash Court yesterday.

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