Aira looks forward to part two of sibling rivalry with Aifa at British Open


PETALING JAYA: The Azman siblings’ rivalry began in a Professional Squash Association (PSA) tournament at the Australian Open in March and Aira is all excited about the prospect of clashing with Aifa again in the British Open in Birmingham from June 2-9.

Aira, 20, had won her second round battle against her elder sister Aifa, 23, in Australia in four sets and it could be another close battle again should they clear their first-round hurdles.

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