Squash Cup provides perfect platform for stars to shine


One for the album: (from left) SRAM committee member Andrew Muthu, Ace Sports and Management promoter V. Jadishkumar, Negri Sembilan tourism, arts and culture action committee chairman Nicole Tan Lee Koon and player Low Wee Wern posing for a photo.

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Open squash meet is off, raising concerns for national and junior players. However, former world No. 5 Low Wee Wern is optimistic that the Ace Malaysia Squash Cup will serve as a good substitute.

The Cup meet is going to be a hotly contested affair, with top players from 20 countries taking part in the bronze-level tournament at the Datuk Haji Mohd Said Sports Complex in Seremban, Negri Sembilan, from Nov 6-10.

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