Eain Yow enjoying one of his best years as a student and a pro squash player

New challenge: Ng Eain Yow (right) believes he has now found maturity in his game following his win in the German Open recently.

PETALING JAYA: It’s hard to juggle between studies and sports but squash player Ng Eain Yow is proving to be good at striking a balance.

In fact, Eain Yow’s final months in completing the business management degree at the University of West England (UWE) in Bristol had also transformed him into a mature and more consistent player on the professional circuit.

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