The Malaysia Cup Squash Tournament witnessed intense competition as the country’s talented singles players showcased their abilities in Seremban. As predicted, two standout players advanced to the semi-finals after defeating their opponents with finesse and determination. Their impressive victories highlighted their mastery of the game, captivating spectators and enthusiasts alike. The tournament’s atmosphere was charged with excitement, setting the stage for a thrilling semi-final clash that promises to deliver exceptional squash action.
The country’s women’s single, S. Sivasangari, first confirmed progress when she beat Hong Kong’s representative, Lee Ka Yi, 3-0.
The seventh seed won in straight sets 11-9, 11-9, 11-5.
Waiting for him in tomorrow’s final is top seed from Egypt, Nour El Tayeb.
Following in the men’s event, Ng Eain Yow, who defeated the sixth seed from France, Sebastien Bonmalais, also with a 3-0 result.
Eain Yow, as the fourth seed, won 11-6, 11-9, 11-2, and will face the second seed from Egypt, Karim Abdel Gawad, in the semi-finals tomorrow.