Malaysian Open: Fairytale ending for Aifa | Malay Mail
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 27 — Aifa Azman came into the 2021 Malaysian Open squash championships as a wild card entrant. Today, she walked out of the court crowned champion after stunning top seed Salma Hany of Egypt 12-10, 11-8, 11-4 in the final. It has certainly been a fairytale journey for the young...
channel for the latest updates.KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 27 — Aifa Azman came into the 2021 Malaysian Open squash championships as a wild card entrant. Today, she walked out of the court crowned champion after stunning top seed Salma Hany of Egypt 12-10, 11-8, 11-4 in the final.
It has certainly been a fairytale journey for the young Kedahan, who will only turn 20 on Dec 18.World number eight Hany showed her class to dominate the early stages of the first game for a 9-4 lead before the undaunted Aifa fought back to draw level at 9-9 and, eventually, win it 12-10.Read more: Malay Mail »
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KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 27 — Aifa Azman came into the 2021 Malaysian Open squash championships as a wild card entrant. Today, she walked out of the court crowned champion after stunning top seed Salma Hany of Egypt 12-10, 11-8, 11-4 in the final. THE dream of seeing Malaysian shuttlers continue their campaign at the 2021 Indonesian Open came to an abrupt end as four of our country’s doubles pairs lost their quarterfinal matches at the Bali International Convention Centree, Nusa Dua, today. It has certainly been a fairytale journey for the young Kedahan, who will only turn 20 on Dec 18. “The stretch by council will be open to traffic in late December. World number eight Hany showed her class to dominate the early stages of the first game for a 9-4 lead before the undaunted Aifa fought back to draw level at 9-9 and, eventually, win it 12-10. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. With her confidence boosted, world number 69 Aifa continued from where she left off to take the second game 11-8 despite some nervy moments towards the end. It knows a user’s name, identification number, close contacts, and shares data with local authorities.
Aifa looked assured. Besides the section by MBPP, two more developers are responsible for the remaining 1. Hany looked rattled. And that’s also exactly how the third game panned out as Aifa turned in a sublime performance to win 11-4 and take home her first-ever Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour Bronze event title. En route to the final, Aifa had disposed of three other Egyptians – world number 47 Mayar Hany, world number 31 Yathreb Adel and world number 35 Hana Ramadhan – as well as fifth seed Danielle Letourneau of Canada. The works include the junction improvement of Lebuhraya Thean Tek, widening of the existing Jalan Bukit Kukus, construction of new roads and an elevated road from Jalan Paya Terubong to Jalan Tun Sardon and an intersection of new paired road to Lebuh Bukit Jambul with a dedicated right-turn ramp. A jubilant Aifa admitted that her game plan in the final against Hany did not produce the desired result in the early stages of the first game before she found the momentum and kept focusing on her performance to clinch the title. The city will ramp up testing of high risk groups ahead of the reopening and submit reports to the mainland, he added.
“It’s really amazing to win the title today because I am just a wildcard entrant and, what’s more interesting, is that I am extremely happy to have seen off one of the top players in the world today,” she told reporters. Aifa, who idolises national squash queen Datuk Nicol Ann David, hopes to continue working hard, produce results in the coming tournaments and improve her world ranking. “We will open the roads in stages as at when it is completed over the next few years,” he said. In the meantime, she would focus on helping her teammates in the Asian Team Championships, which will be held at the same venue – the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil – from Tuesday (Nov 30-Dec 4). Meanwhile, there was heartbreak for Colombian top seed Miguel Rodriguez, who went down 7-11, 8-11, 11-13 to second seed and world number 15 Saurav Ghosal of India in the men’s final. Ghosal described his 55-minute win today as “special” because he regards the world number 12 Rodriguez as one of the toughest and most clinical players he has ever met in his career, so far. One of the contractors was reportedly cash strapped and work was also stalled due to an objection hearing.
“It was a really hard match. Rodriguez is a top-quality player, very good and solid throughout the tournament. I knew I had to be really good today to compete with him. The project also had its fair share of mishaps since it began in 2018. I also had a plan in place and tried to execute it as much as I could. I am glad to have sealed a title today,” said the India player.
Ghosal also dedicated the win to his former coach, the late Malcolm Willstrop, who passed away in May, “as he was responsible in moulding me to be where I am today”. The main contractor Syarikat Yuta Maju Sdn Bhd, was fined RM35,000 in February last year for failing to provide a safe work procedure. The Malaysian Open champions in both categories each received a cash prize of US$50,000 (about RM200,000) and a trophy. — Bernama You May Also Like .