Birmingham boost for Sanjay as he aims to master his squash career

PETALING JAYA: After seven years in the United States, squash player Sanjay Jeeva (pic) now has an opportunity to further boost his professional career. He has received a scholarship from the University of Birmingham to pursue his Masters degree.

He will have some esteemed company in the West Midlands city in England. World No. 2 Paul Coll of New Zealand and his wife Nele Gilis of Belgium, the women’s world No. 4, Joel Makin (No. 7) and England’s rising star Jonah Bryant (No. 66) are all also based in Birmingham.

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