Sanjay shows major improvement under coach Martin’s supervision


PETALING JAYA: Training under former world No. 1 Rodney Martin of Australia over the last three months has helped United States-based Malaysia professional Sanjay Jeeva to show a marked improvement in his performance.

Martin, an understudy to Australian coaching guru Geoff Hunt in the 1980s and 1990s at the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS), is based at Ox Ridge Riding and Racquet Club in Connecticut and his guidance has seen Sanjay make a bright start at the Montreal Open this week.

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