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Sneha Sivakumar shocks the squash world in Chennai, India

If we were all honest enough, going into the World Juniors and coming out with a top eight finish by any Singaporean in any event was something unthinkable even to the most optimistic person. But Sneha Sivakumar, a SPEX (Sports Excellence Scholarship) scholar did just that in Chennai, India. Entering the event unseeded and relatively unknown, the 17 year old Raffles Institution student fought her way through the last eight before bowing out to England’s …

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Singapore at the 2018 WSF World Junior Championships

“A heartfelt thank you to TECHNOFORM for their support towards the team and Singapore Squash.” Singapore is making a return to the World Juniors Squash Championships after a 14 year absence.  The last time Singapore participated was in 2004 held in Islamabad, Pakistan. This year the Championships will be held in Chennai, India starting on the 18th of July 2018. The last time Singapore participated was in 2004 held in Islamabad, Pakistan. Singapore will be …

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Squash: Au Yeong Wai Yhann matches Pang Ka Hoe’s feat at British Junior Open

“SINGAPORE – Competing in her final junior squash tournament before entering the senior circuit, Au Yeong Wai Yhann saved her best for last by becoming the first Singaporean girl to reach the quarter-finals of the British Junior Open in Birmingham. The 18-year-old finished seventh in the Jan 3-7 tournament after American Elisabeth Ross conceded a walkover in their placing match on Sunday (Jan 7). The Republic’s previous best result at the tournament was Pang Ka …

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Sneha sets high goals after winning Scottish Open title

“The temperature dipped below ice point at times but the cold never bothered her. Instead of being frozen by the occasion, Singapore teenage squash player Sneha Sivakumar overcame the cold and older opponents to cap the year with the Scottish Junior Open Girls’ Under-19 title on Saturday night (yesterday morning, Singapore time). The 16-year-old beat 18-year-old compatriot Au Yeong Wai Yhann 3-1 (11-5, 7-11, 11-7, 11-2) in an all-Singaporean final at the Edinburgh Sports Club …

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MASTERCLASS DISPLAY FROM RAMIT TANDON TO WIN IN SINGAPORE

The final of the Singapore Squash Open 2017 turned out to be a sombre affair as India’s Ramit Tandon was in a league of his own this afternoon and totally outplayed James Huang of Taiwan in straight games. While it may have looked one sided, it was still clearly a feast for the capacity Sunday afternoon crowd, who got treated to a feast of trickery from Tandon.The world number 88 Tandon came firing right from …

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