Singapore Squash Rackets Association (SSRA)

Singapore Squash Open 07739 - News
Top seed Low Wee Wern put on her A-game on the final day to comfortably see off the challenge of second seeded Lee Ka Yi of Hong Kong in straight games. The 28-year old Penang native was a class above her opponent and took just 27 minutes to win the title. Both players were a little cautious to start and did not take much risks. The rallies were kept safe and mostly down the line.
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SO2018 181130 low kuruvilla 1 e1543594996384 - News
Top seeds Low Wee Wern and Lee Ka Yi will play for the title here in Singapore tomorrow after both saw off their surprise Indian opponents. Wee Wern staved off the challenge of teenager Sunayna Kuruvilla, while Ka Yi muscled her way past Tanvi Khanna. Lee Ka Yi, the 25-year old from Hong Kong had a dream start I the first game, racing into an 8-0 lead before Tanvi manages a point. She drops another
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PB291017 - News
It was a good day for India on quarter-finals day as both their representatives took out higher ranked opponents. Tanvi Khanna got the ball rolling for the team, taking out Malaysia’s Jessica Keng, before Sunayna Kuruvilla took out Jemyca Aribado, the third and highest seed to be ousted. India’s Tanvi Khanna maintained her unbeaten streak in Singapore as she advanced into the semi-final after winning in straight games. Playing in her first full PSA event,
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PB280640 - News
India’s Tanvi Khanna continued her giant-killing run at the Tecnifibre Singapore Squash Open, taking out fourth seed Colette Sultana in straight games. Her win today is her second consecutive upset, after taking out the ninth seed yesterday. The 22-year old from New Delhi, who played the fourth string for India at the Women’s World Team Championship this year, started in devastating form as she only allowed her Maltese opponent only a single point in the
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PB270040 - News
The Tecnifibre Singapore Squash Open 2018 kicked off this afternoon with five local hopefuls aiming to progress into the next round. Things did not start great for the hosts as Yukino Tan was forced to pull out after spraining her ankle in training the day before. Her opponent Oh Sunghee earned a direct path to face third seeded Filipino Jemyca Aribado. This meant local hopes lie on the shoulders of four juniors who would all
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