KL junior meet to serve as launch pad for young ’uns to gain experience

Good partnership: Squash Racquet Association of Federal Terittory Kuala Lumpur (SRAFTKL) president and organising chairman Steven Kwan (left) receiving the mock cheque from REDtone Digital Berhad Group chief executive officer Lau Bik Soon.

PETALING JAYA: The upcoming Kuala Lumpur (KL) International Junior Championships will serve as a good stepping stone for young squash players to gain more experience and fare well in their sports career.

The Platinum-level tourney, considered the largest junior squash event in Asia and the second-largest globally after the US Junior Open, is scheduled to take place at three different venues – Jalan Duta Squash Courts in Kuala Lumpur, Sky Arena at Air Panas, Setapak and Astaka Squash Courts in Petaling Jaya – starting next Tuesday.

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