Aira strolls through the first hurdle but end of campaign for Addeen


PETALING JAYA: National squash player Aira Azman delivered a power-packed performance to clear the first hurdle in the New Zealand Open but she knows that she cannot afford to let her guard down just yet.

Aira, the world No. 51, started her campaign on a positive note after beating India’s world No. 75 Akanksha Salunkhe 11-5, 11-7, 11-9 in a 21-minute match in Tauranga yesterday.

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