Joachim beats jet-lag, then his opponent, to reach last eight in JB


Go down fighting: Ong Sai Hung (left) returning a shot to Joachim Chuah in the second round of the ACE Challenger 6k tournament.

PETALING JAYA: It has been a pleasant return home for United States-based Joachim Chuah as he stunned fourth seeded compatriot Ong Sai Hung to reach the quarter-finals of the ACE Challenger 6k tournament in Johor Baru yesterday.

The 2023 Asian Junior Under-19 champion, despite being jet-lagged, didn’t waste the golden opportunity as he came from two sets down to beat world No. 140 Sai Hung 8-11, 10-12, 11-6, 11-9, 11-2 in the second round.

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