Players show good progress, eye better results at future Games

On the rise: Jawairiah Noordin and Sharifah Elysia Abdul Rahman (right) won the bronze in the doubles in Hanoi.

THE performance of the tennis team in Hanoi augurs well for their chances in the upcoming Cambodia (2023) and Thailand SEA Games (2025).

The squad returned with two bronzes, a massive improvement after finishing empty-handed in the 2019 edition in the Philippines.

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