Youngster Ng Eain Yow is far from satisfied despite climbing to a career high No. 88 in the world squash rankings.
The 19-year-old moved up 23 spots in the June rankings following his biggest career win at the US$10,000 (RM42,620) NT Open in Darwin, Australia, last month.
Wed Jun 7 , 2017
The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) have confirmed their eight-man and eight-woman teams for the KL SEA Games from Aug 19-30. Reigning world junior champion Ng Eain Yow, who bagged the NT Open title in Australia last month, will lead the men’s challenge.