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Malaysia asks for World Juniors to be postponed, not cancelled

Malaysia asks for World Juniors to be postponed, not cancelled

Final hopes of glory dashed for Aifa By KNG ZHENG GUAN – Squash Mad Correspondent The cancellation of the WSF World Junior Championships is a huge blow for junior squash players all over the globe. The World Juniors, which was due to be held in Gold Coast, Australia from July 19-30 was called off by [...]

April 6, 2020 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Home double for Eain Yow and Rachel Arnold in Malaysian Open

Home double for Eain Yow and Rachel Arnold in Malaysian Open

Yow masters Mueller to claim biggest title as Rachel rocks Wee Wern By KNG ZHENG GUAN – Squash Mad Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR – It is a sensational home double at the Malaysian Open with Ng Eain Yow and Rachel Arnold breaking through for their biggest career wins. World No. 37 Eain Yow came through in [...]

September 29, 2019 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Rachel roars past top seed Rowan to reach KL final

Rachel roars past top seed Rowan to reach KL final

Arnold faces Low as Yow meets Mueller in Malaysian finals By ZHENG GUAN KNG – Squash Mad Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR – The Malaysian Open will feature an all-domestic women’s final between Low Wee Wern and Rachel Arnold, with Ng Eain Yow powering into the men’s final where he will meet Swiss star Nicolas Mueller. World [...]

September 28, 2019 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Trio keep home hopes alive in Malaysian Open

Trio keep home hopes alive in Malaysian Open

Yow powers on as Yuen falls to Mueller By KNG ZHENG GUAN – Squash Mad Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR – Ng Eain Yow, Low Wee Wern and Rachel Arnold kept the home hopes alive in the Malaysian Open on a day when the seeded players lived up to their billing in the quarter-finals. The 21-year-old Eain [...]

September 27, 2019 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

At 14, and without a ranking, Aira grabs a second scalp in Malaysian Open

At 14, and without a ranking, Aira grabs a second scalp in Malaysian Open

Carlos Cornes takes out top seed Max Lee By ZHENG GUAN KNG – Squash Mad Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR – The big guns came out to play but it was teenager Aira Azman who completely stole the show on the second day of the Malaysian Open squash championships. The 14-year-old, without even a PSA world ranking, [...]

September 26, 2019 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Ong Hai Sung leads Malaysians through in KL

Ong Hai Sung leads Malaysians through in KL

Wild card turns assassin against Creed By ZHENG GUAN KNG – Squash Mad Correspondent  KUALA LUMPUR – The opening day of the Malaysian Open squash championships saw quite a few upsets as the hosts Malaysia grabbed the lion’s share of the wins. In the men’s competition, wildcard entrant Ong Sai Hung claimed the biggest win [...]

September 25, 2019 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Malaysia and Hong Kong claim team golds in Asian Games

Malaysia and Hong Kong claim team golds in Asian Games

Malaysia turn the tables to deny a Hong Kong double By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents It’s one apiece for Hong Kong and Malaysian in the team events of the Asian Games after a most dramatic and unexpected finale. The Hong Kong women lived up to their favourites tag [...]

September 1, 2018 Kng Zheng Guan News 1

Top seeds through to team semis in Asian Games

Top seeds through to team semis in Asian Games

Malaysia exact revenge on Indian men to top group and Japan women into last four for the first time By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents There were no major surprises as the top four seeds of the men’s and women’s teams at the Asian Games have all secured themselves [...]

August 30, 2018 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Nicol and Leo win Asian Games titles

Nicol and Leo win Asian Games titles

Nicol David claims fifth title on her birthday while Leo Au is Hong Kong’s first winner in the men’s By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents Malaysian icon Nicol David finished on a high as she claimed a record fifth women’s individual gold medal in what is possibly her last [...]

August 26, 2018 Kng Zheng Guan News 1

Malaysia and Hong Kong dominate semis at Asian Games

Malaysia and Hong Kong dominate semis at Asian Games

Nicol David one step away from fifth gold while Leo Au and Max Lee to fight for their first By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents Malaysia and Hong Kong will both be the biggest winners in the men’s and women’s individual events of the Asian Games as Nicol David [...]

August 25, 2018 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Sivasangari gatecrashes into Asian Games semis

Sivasangari gatecrashes into Asian Games semis

Nicol David on course for a record fifth title as team-mate Sivasangari joins her in last four at the Asian Games By Kng Zheng Guan and Alex Wan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondents It’s team Malaysia with the loudest roar as the men and women’s individual events deal out the top four finishers at the [...]

August 24, 2018 Kng Zheng Guan News 0

Asian Games preview – Nicol David aims for another record

Asian Games preview – Nicol David aims for another record

Nicol David guns for record fifth title while all to fight for in the men’s By Kng Zheng Guan – Squash Mad Asian Correspondent Every four years the best of Asia get together for the Asian Games in order to compete for the bragging rights and supremacy in the region. The 2018 Asiad, that starts [...]

August 16, 2018 Kng Zheng Guan News 0