“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 Hoe’s seventh place in the boys’ Under-15 category in 2011.
The British Junior Open is considered the second biggest junior squash tournament in the world, after the World Junior Championships.”
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