Short centralised training to prepare squash players for battle at World C’ships

PETALING JAYA: National squash players heading to the World Championships will go through a short centralised training stint before departing to Cairo, Egypt.

With just a little over two weeks before the world meet takes place from May 9-18, national director of coaching Major (Rtd) S. Maniam said all six of the women’s players will train together back home.

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