Eain Yow aims to play his way and beat platinum level rivals


KUALA LUMPUR: Reigning German Open winner Ng Eain Yow has shrugged off the “nearly man” tag and is now looking forward to achieving bigger things on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) tour.

The world No. 16 won his first PSA title in the German Open, the bronze level event, on April 7 and is optimistic of progressing beyond the quarter-finals of silver to platinum level tournaments.

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