MALAYSIAN BRITISH JUNIOR OPEN SQUASH CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS.

Squash players (from left) K Sehveetrraa, Aifa Azman, Aira Azman and S Sivasangari show the medalS they won at the 2018 British Junior Open (BJO) championship on their return at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Malaysia on Jan 9, 2018. Sivasangari, who defeated Japan's Satomi Watanabe 12-10, 11-7, 11-9 in the final on Sunday, also ended Malaysia's nine-year drought - since Low Wee Wern in 2009 won the title. The national No. 2 has already done well on the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Tour, winning nine titles and is ranked a career high No. 45 in the world.Her win also ensured Malaysia achieved a historic best-ever finish with four titles - the other winners being Aifa Azman (Under-17), Aira Azman (Under-15) and K. Sehveetrraa (Under-13) in the tournament. Photo courtesy Bernama images

Last Updated: 2018-01-10

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