Wilson, 15, has no fear playing against older opponents

PETALING JAYA: With three Professional Squash Association (PSA) titles in the bag, Whitney Wilson (pic) will be the player to beat at the Kuala Lumpur International Junior Championships.

Competing in the girls’ Under-19 category, the 15-year-old from Penang has been seeded second in the platinum-level tourney but she is consciously avoiding from putting undue pressure on herself to live up to her billing.

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