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At the SGSquash Senior Circuit #1 final recently, Au Yeong Wai Yhann lost out to Malaysia’s Lai Wen Li, a player ranked 40 places above her in the world ranking, and also a player she has played numerous times over the last few years. She has never once beaten Wen Li. But if one had witnessed the match and had it compared to a year ago, it would be evident how differently Wai Yhann played
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The SGSquash Senior Circuit kicked off its second season in style with a record number of entries in the Men’s Open. Now that it is a PSA Closed Satellite event, it has been attracted more and more foreign entries, particularly from those who are seeking points to boost their ranking on tour. In fact, the draw was full and several late entries had to be rejected. Singapore’s top two players Samuel Kang and Au Yeong
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Team Singapore finished with mixed feelings at the Asian Junior Team Championships in Pattaya, Thailand as the girls justified their seeding, while the boys slumped three places below. The event, held between 16 and 20 January 2019. The event, held at the popular resort Ambassador City Jomtien, played host to twelve boys and nine girls teams over a period of five days (16-20 January 2019). Singapore sent an inexperienced team to the event, where apart
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Samuel Kang in New Zealand – Two titles isn’t a bad way to end the year at all.Two consecutive titles in December! Talk about ending the year with a bang! That’s exactly what Singapore’s top men’s player Samuel Kang did down under in New Zealand. The 28-year old Economics lecturer Samuel, together with team mates Benjamin Sim and Brandon Tan were in Auckland for two legs of the SquashXL Pro Satellite events. The first event
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The World Juniors aside, the other event that stands out in the international junior circuit is the British Junior Open (BJO). It is often regarded as the second most prestigious junior event on the international calendar, an event with a long history dating back to 1926 when the Drysdale Cup was first contested. Today, the very same Drysdale Cup is presented to the Boys’ Under-19 winner each year. Many of the past British Junior Open
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