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Wee Wern opens up about squash career, dealing with injuries and battling sexism

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Feb 242017
 

Wee Wern opens up about squash career, dealing with injuries and battling sexism

When nine-year old Low Wee Wern picked up the squash racquet for the first time, little did she know that her life was about to change forever. What started out as a casual weekend practice progressed into an intense 6-days-a-week training, and before she knew it she was representing her home state Penang and Malaysia in various tournaments and championships, both local and international, all before she was even 12. Read more

Shocking find forces Wee Wern to skip world team event

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Nov 252016
 

Shocking find forces Wee Wern to skip world team event

Low Wee Wern has pulled out from the national team for the Women’s World Team Squash Championship.The 26-year-old, who underwent surgery for an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury on her left knee last year, went for a routine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan in Penang on Thursday but was told that they “could not detect the ligament”. Read more

Wee Wern’s Double First At World University Championships

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Sep 132016
 

Wee Wern’s Double First At World University Championships

A dramatic fightback in the final of the World University Team Squash Championship saw hosts Malaysia overcome top seeds Hong Kong to win the title for the first time in the event’s 20-year history.

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Low Wee Wern & Yip Tsz Fung Claim World University Titles

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Sep 092016
 

Low Wee Wern & Yip Tsz Fung Claim World University Titles

Top seeds Low Wee Wern and Yip Tsz Fung triumphed in the 9th World University Squash Championships which came to a climax in the Nicol David Arena at the Bukit Jalil National Squash Centre in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur today. Read more

There’s just no keeping Wee Wern down

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Dec 162015
 

There’s just no keeping Wee Wern down

Having torn her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in April, it appeared to be all doom and gloom for national squash player Low Wee Wern.
The 25-year-old, who reached a career high world ranking of No. 5 in October last year, required surgery and was out for eight months.
Wee Wern, now 25th in the world, is back on her feet and showing signs of ‘life’ once again. She made a return in November at the Nationals and lost in the final to Delia Arnold and at the Hong Kong Open a month later, she reached the second round. Read more

Hong Kong Roundup: Low Wee Wern Wins Comeback Encounter

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Dec 022015
 

Hong Kong Roundup: Low Wee Wern Wins Comeback Encounter

Malaysian Low Wee Wern celebrated her comeback to the PSA World Tour after a nine-month injury enforced absence with a hard-fought victory over Coline Aumard in the first round of the 2015 Cathay Pacific Sun Hung Kai Financial Hong Kong Open, PSA World Series tournament. Read more

Wee Wern shows her fighting spirit in Hong Kong Open. Read more

Wee Wern On Track To Retain National Title

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Nov 082015
 

Wee Wern On Track To Retain National Title

Defending champion Low Wee Wern struggled against Zulhijjah Azan, but did just enough to book her place in the semi-finals of the national squash championships at the National Squash Centre in Bukit Jalil. Read more

Malaysia’s Low Wee Wern out to claim No1 title

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Oct 192015
 

Malaysia’s Low Wee Wern out to claim No1 title

Low Wee Wern is optimistic of her ability to pursue the women’s world number one squash player status and the world championship title in five years. Wee Wern who suffered an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury since April is ready to compete in the National Championship, followed by the Hong Kong Open and World Championship in December. Read more

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