Joachim and Sehveetrraa fall short in contrasting styles in Challenger tourney


Memorable experience: Joachim Chuah (left) and K. Sehveetrraa (right) posing with their trophies after finishing runner-up in their respective events. Together with them are Mohamed Nasser (second from left) and Nour Khafagy.

PETALING JAYA: Joachim Chuah fell short of completing his fairytale run in the ACE Challenger tournament but the Asian Junior champion has been enjoying every moment of the 6k tournament despite the final setback.

The 2023 Asian Junior Under-19 champion played in the event as a wildcard but went all the way to the final before losing 10-12, 8-11, 7-11 to top seed Mohamed Nasser of Egypt in 38 minutes yesterday.

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