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Low Wee Wern Gets Entrepreneurial

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Oct 082015
 

Low Wee Wern Gets Entrepreneurial by Alex Wan

In this two part series of interviews where we speak to two top ten players out on injury breaks, Squash Mad catches up with Low Wee Wern, the Malaysia number two who is still out on an injury break, after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and meniscus on her left knee in April this year. Read more

Low Wee Wern: Off the court

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Jul 212015
 

Low Wee Wern: Off the court

Low Wee Wern is no stranger to Malaysians. If you were to meet her by chance in real life, you’d instantly recognise and associate her with the future of our nation’s squash scene. Read more

Wee Wern survives physical battle in Windy City Open first round

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Mar 012015
 

Wee Wern survives physical battle in Windy City Open first round

Malaysian national No. 2 Low Wee Wern was shoved and blocked but kept her cool to advance in the Windy City Open squash competition in Chicago. The world No. 8 passed a daunting physical challenge from 15-year-old Egyptian Habiba Mohamed to notch an 11-8, 9-11, 12-10, 11-6 first round win on Friday. Read more

Nicol, Wee Wern back in the groove in Cleveland

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Feb 022015
 

Malaysian duo Nicol David and Low Wee Wern got back to winning ways after an underwhelming start to the year. World No. 1 Nicol, who was beaten in the quarter-finals of the Tournament of Champions (TOC) in New York, enjoyed an easy start to the Cleveland Classic squash championship on Saturday. Read more

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