Darren still finds the fun in squash while relying on own funds to keep career going

PETALING JAYA: Darren Rahul (pic), despite being dropped from the Podium Programme in December last year, has been enjoying his squash in recent months where he is more focused on performance rather than results.

The Bristol-based Darren will be playing in the Asian qualifiers, which begins at the Jalan Duta courts today, where he will be battling against higher ranked players in his bid to secure a place in the World Championships in Cairo from May 9-18.

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