Yasshmita takes a break from competitions to focus on training

PETALING JAYA: While many athletes choose to stay actively engaged in competitions when they are in good form to boost their world rankings, national squash player J. Yasshmita (pic) has a different plan.

The 19-year-old climbed seven rungs to reach her career high of No. 81 in the latest world rankings but has opted to take a two-month break to concentrate on her training and elevate her game.

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