NSTsports “It was a bit too easy for them (Malaysian players) today as their opponents simply had no chance.” Squash
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian teenagers Aira Azman, Wong Heng Wai and Duncan Lee are making waves in the Sea Cup squash championships in Bangkok.
Aira crushed Indonesia’s Yaisha Putri Yasandi 11-1, 11-0, 11-2 in the quarter-finals while Heng Wai routed Thailand’s Arichaya Chujit 11-2, 11-2, 11-0. Duncan destroyed Indonesia’s Arista Prima 11-6, 11-7, 11-2.Last year, the Sea Cup women’s singles title was won by Malaysia’s Noor Ainaa Amani Ampandi.
National coach Shahril Shahidan said: “It was a bit too easy for them (Malaysian players) today as their opponents simply had no chance.”
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