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Post time 24-7-2007 11:21 AM | Show all posts
sah takde orang main dah squash kat kl.
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Post time 25-7-2007 08:32 PM | Show all posts
Nicol finally gets a shot at winning again after three-month break
By S. SIVABALAN

KUALA LUMPUR: World No 1 Nicol David has been waiting patiently
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Post time 27-7-2007 03:31 PM | Show all posts
ni citer nicol dpt degree at nottingham
sori gambar belum sampai daaa....

http://www.nottingham.edu.my/news/doc/2007/NICOL-070721.pdf
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Post time 27-7-2007 10:58 PM | Show all posts
dah memang takde orang main squash ke?
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Post time 28-7-2007 11:31 PM | Show all posts
Historic double win for Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia won a historic double at the Malaysian Open Squash championship on Saturday - Nicol David steam rolled England's Tania Bailey to secure her third consecutive women's title and Mohd Azlan Iskandar put up a sterling performance to turn the tables on Australia's Stewart Boswell to clinch the men's trophy.

In front of some 500 fans who turned at The Curve Shopping Centre, Nicol, the top seed and world number one disposed off Bailey, the fourth seed 9-4, 9-3, 9-2 in clinical fashion.

A totally focused Nicol easily trounced Bailey in 36 minutes in the final to secure her fourth World Tour title of the year.

Her other titles were the KL Open (March), Kuwait Open and Qatar Classic in April. She also reached the final of the Seoul City Open in April.

"After three months of break, it's a great way to start the second half of the year," said Nicol.

"It was great to win the title at home. So many people turned up for the matches, which is great for squash."

Earlier, Azlan, the fifth seed beat Boswell, the number 12 and top seed 11-10 (3-0), 11-8, 11-4 in 44 minutes.

It was Azlan's second Malaysian Open title after bagging his first title in 2004. It was also his second title of the year, the first being the North American Open in San Francisco in May.

The national number two had a splendid week of squash leading up to the win in the final.

Azlan, the world number 19, disposed off English players Lee Beachill, the second seed in the semi-finals on Friday and Adrian Grant, the third seed and defending champion on Thursday, in the quarter-finals.

Azlan proved that those two wins were not a flash in the pan as he overcame Boswell in straight sets.

"I was under a lot of pressure when I played Lee in the semi-finals yesterday (Friday). I had to come back from two sets down to win," he said.

Azlan,had to come back from two games down to upset Beachill, the second seed 6-11, 2-11, 11-10 (3-1), 11-9, 11-2 in 64 minutes.

"But today I told myself to relax against Boswell. Just go out there and enjoy my squash. "Everything just went my way today.

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Post time 28-7-2007 11:32 PM | Show all posts
Squash: Nicol survives scare
By S. SIVABALAN

PETALING JAYA: Two-time World Open champion Nicol David had to dig deep into her reserves to overcome gutsy Australian Rachael Grinham to reach the womens final of the Malaysian Open squash championships at The Curve Shopping Centre here yesterday.

Nicol, the world No 1 and top seed, fought back from a first set drubbing to tame the third-seeded Rachael 0-9, 9-2, 9-5, 4-9, 9-4 in 72 minutes to stay on course for her third straight Malaysian Open crown.

Nicol, who is seeking her fourth World Tour title of the year, will meet surprise finalist Tania Bailey, the fourth seed, in a repeat of last years final.

Bailey, of England, shocked second seed and world No 2 Natalie Grinham of Australia 9-2, 9-4, 9-0 in just 28 minutes.

Natalie failed to put up her usual top class performance as she was affected by her right Achilles injury, which she sustained during her quarter-final match against Englands Jenny Duncalf on Thursday.

With Natalies exit, Nicol is now the firm favourite to retain her crown.

I am glad to have reached the final again. I am sure Tania will be going all out for it in the final. I will have to bring my game up another notch when I play Tania,

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Post time 29-7-2007 04:15 PM | Show all posts
Nicol cipta hatrik
Oleh AIDA ADILAH MAT

TANPA dituntut berkerja keras, Nicol melebarkan sayap kemenangan dengan mencatatkan sejarah tersendiri apabila berjaya mencipta hatrik untuk menjulang takhta Kejohanan Skuasy Terbuka Malaysia 2007 buat kali ketiga berturut-turut.

Kejayaan itu turut menyaksikan kejayaan berganda buat negara apabila persorangan lelaki negara Mohd Azlan Iskandar turut dinobatkan sebagai juara kategori lelaki.

Nicol yang terus unggul sebagai pemain nombor satu dunia itu menyamai rekod Annette Andrews dari Singapura (1976-78), meraih kemenangan mudah menewaskan pemain ranking keempat dunia, Tania Bailey 9-4, 9-3, 9-2 dalam tempoh 36 minit.

Kemenangan ini satu permulaan yang baik untuk saya. Ia turut menghadiahkan saya satu perasaan yang tidak dapat digambarkan terutama apabila berjaya menang sekali lagi di hadapan penonton di Malaysia dan di venue yang baru.

Selepas menjalani latihan intensif selama tiga bulan saya harap dapat membawa momentum kejayaan ini ke Masters Singapura, awal bulan depan dan cuba melakukan yang terbaik sekali lagi,

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Post time 29-7-2007 04:16 PM | Show all posts
Azlan puas berjaya balas dendam


PERSORANGAN negara, Mohd Azlan Iskandar mengekalkan rentak cemerlang untuk mengulangi kejayaan 2005, Skuasy Terbuka Malaysia apabila melakarkan kejutan buat kali kedua dengan menundukkan pilihan utama, Stewart Boswell.

Kejayaan menumpaskan pemain ranking ke-12 dunia dengan 13-11, 11-8, 11-4 dalam tempoh 44 minit adalah kejayaan kedua buat dirinya musim ini selepas menjuarai Terbuka Amerika Utara 2007, Mei lalu.

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Post time 30-7-2007 02:22 PM | Show all posts
superb nicol dan azlan iskandar...

cuma aku concern dengan pelapis, aku harap Malaysia akan ada pelapis yang hebat lepas ni..
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Post time 1-8-2007 05:51 AM | Show all posts
Terbuka Singapura sasaran Nicol seterusnya

JOHOR BAHARU

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Post time 1-8-2007 04:16 PM | Show all posts

Reply #130 cekodok78's post

Tulah pasal...
aku harap ade pelapis yang akan mengantikkan dorang nie...
nanti jadi macam Badminton...
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Post time 4-8-2007 07:21 AM | Show all posts
Nicol mara ke akhir Masters Singapura

JOHOR BAHARU - Nicol David mara ke perlawanan akhir Kejohanan Skuasy Wanita Masters Singapura CIMB di Pusat Skuasy Kallang, semalam dan bersedia merebut gelaran kejuaraan baru itu.




MANTAP...pemain nombor satu dunia, Nicol David mara ke
perlawanan akhir selepas menewaskan pilihan kedua, Rachael
Grinham pada separuh akhir Kejohanan Skuasy Wanita Masters
Singapura CIMB di Pusat Skuasy Kallang, semalam


Nicol, juara dunia berusia 23 tahun, menewaskan pemain Australia, Rachael Grinham 9-2, 9-2, 9-1 dalam masa 23 minit pada pertemuan separuh akhir, semalam dan akan bertemu dengan adik Rachael, Natalie pada perlawanan akhir, hari ini.

Natalie, pilihan kedua mengalahkan Tania Bailey dari England pada satu lagi perlawanan separuh akhir dengan keputusan 9-6, 9-6, 9-1 dalam masa 46 minit.

Hadiah AS$6,500 milik juara kejohanan bakal menjadi rebutan antara kedua-dua pemain utama skuasy dunia masa kini tetapi bagi Nicol, ia lebih daripada wang tunai berkenaan.

Anak kelahiran Pulau Pinang itu pastinya ingin meletakkan Singapura dan Wanita Master 2007 dalam senarai kejohanan yang dimenanginya bagi mengukuhkan kedudukannya sebagai pemain nombor satu dunia yang tiada tolok bandingnya.

Kejayaannya mengalahkan Rachael, semalam menunjukkan hasratnya untuk mengekalkan prestasi kemenangan.

Sebagaimana yang diucapkannya selepas perlawanan itu: Saya mengekalkan tumpuan sepanjang permainan kerana saya tidak mahu membiarkan Rachael mempunyai peluang untuk melawan semula, satu keupayaan yang ada padanya.

Dan saya akan melakukan perkara yang sama pada perlawanan akhir esok. Saya mulai berasa selesa dengan keadaan gelanggang sekarang dan saya tidak menjangkakan akan menghadapi satu perlawanan yang mudah semasa menentang Natalie.

Anda semua tahu apa yang boleh dilakukannya. Lagi pun, beliau pernah mengalahkan saya semasa perlawanan akhir Terbuka Seoul tiga bulan lepas.

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Post time 4-8-2007 10:58 PM | Show all posts
Squash: Nicol crushes rival Grinham to win S'pore Open
By S.SIVABALAN

PETALING JAYA: The fireworks in the final of the Singapore Squash Masters did not materialise as two-time World Open champion Nicol David crushed Australia's Natalie Grinham to secure back-to-back titles at the Kallang Squash Centre on Saturday.

Nicol, who won the Malaysian Open last Saturday, thumped Grinham 9-6, 9-5, 9-5 in the final.

Nicol had a big advantage since Grinham was clearly not at her best, not having fully recovered from her right Achilles injury sustained last week at the Malaysian Open.

World No 1 Nicol has now won five titles this year and 21 in total since turning professional in 2000.

The win also extends her unbeaten run to eight professional matches.

The final on Saturday renewed the rivalry between Nicol and Grinham, the two best women squash players in the world currently.

It was their sixth meeting of the year, and was expected to have been a long, drawn-out affair, especially since Nicol surprisingly lost to Grinham in the final of the Seoul City Open in April.

Nicol earned US$6,650 (RM23,142) for winning the title while Grinham took home US$4,725 (RM16,443) as runner-up.

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Post time 4-8-2007 11:00 PM | Show all posts

Reply #134 dexa's post

lama menghilang
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Post time 5-8-2007 03:09 AM | Show all posts
hopefully its not too late to ucapkan tahniah to nicol and azlan~!!!!
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Post time 5-8-2007 03:27 AM | Show all posts
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Post time 11-8-2007 06:47 AM | Show all posts
Remaja kita selangkah bergelar juara dunia

KUALA LUMPUR

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Post time 11-8-2007 06:59 AM | Show all posts
Ratu skuasy sasar lima kejuaraan - Bagi memastikan gelaran nombor satu dalam genggaman
Oleh: ROZILAN SALLEH

PULAU PINANG

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Post time 12-8-2007 05:02 PM | Show all posts
Squash / World Junior Womens Squash Championships: Malaysian heroics end in final
By : Devinder Singh

MALAYSIAS good run in the World Junior Womens Championships in Hong Kong ended in the final when Egypt beat them 2-0 yesterday.

Malaysia, who had earlier knocked out second and third seeds England (2-1) and New Zealand (2-1), found top seeds Egypt, led by world junior champion Raneem El Weleily, too strong.

Sisters Low Wee Wern and Low Wee Nee, who had been the key players in previous matches, were unable to repeat their winning form.

Raneem, the World No 23, clinched the winning point for Egypt when she defeated Wee Wern 9-0, 9-4, 7-9, 9-6 in 35 minutes. Heba El Torky had given Egypt a 1-0 lead after subduing Wee Nee 9-1, 9-1, 9-3 in 17 minutes in the opening match.

New Zealand defeated Hong Kong 2-1 for third place.

The last time Malaysia reached a final was in 2001 in Penang where Nicol David and company finished runners-up. Malaysia lost in the quarter-finals in 2005 and 2003.

Wee Wern had earlier struggled in the individual competition where she lost in the fourth round to Egyptian Nour. But she came good in the team event to take Malaysia to the final although she failed against Raneem in their first ever meeting.

Wee Wern had defeated Englands Victoria Lust for the winning point in the team quarter-finals and kept Malaysias hopes alive in the semi-finals against New Zealand with an upset win over individual semi-finalist Joelle King.

Egypt won their third World team title following triumphs in 1999 and 2003, while Malaysia fell short in the final for the second time, after losing the 2001 final 2-1 to England.

Malaysia improved on their fifth placing in the last two championships and will still have the core of the squad, including Wee Wern, Wee Nee and Nessrine Ariffin, for the next tournament in 2009 in India.
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Post time 13-8-2007 10:43 AM | Show all posts
Jahangir to push for Olympic inclusion

KARACHI: Pakistan squash legend Jahangir Khan said yesterday he would use the awarding of an honorary degree in London to push his sport's case for inclusion in the 2012 London Olympics.

Jahangir will get an honorary doctorate of philosophy from London Metropolitan University in December for his outstanding contribution to sport.

It is a great honour for me and for my country and a great recognition of my services to the game,
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Post time 21-8-2007 08:56 AM | Show all posts
Azlan, Beng Hee hampiri final
Oleh Harris Rajahdin


MOHD Azlan Iskandar dan Ong Beng Hee berada pada landasan tepat untuk mencipta final sesama pemain Malaysia dalam kejohanan skuasy Terbuka CAS, Pakistan yang menawarkan hadiah berjumlah AS$25,000 (RM91,750), selepas melepasi melangkah ke separuh akhir, kelmarin


Azlan, 25, yang mengambil alih kedudukan Beng Hee selaku pemain utama negara awal bulan ini akan berdepan pemain tuan rumah, Yasir Butt dalam pertembungan empat terakhir manakala Beng Hee, 27 akan menghadapi seorang lagi pemain Pakistan, Aamir Atlas Khan dalam satu lagi separuh akhir.

Pilihan kedua, Azlan diheret bertarung sehingga set kelima sebelum menundukkan lawannya, pilihan kelima, Omar Mosaad dari Mesir, 7-11, 11-8, 8-11, 11-5, 11-8 di suku akhir yang berlangsung selama 72 minit.

Sebelum itu, Azlan yang juga juara Terbuka Malaysia, mudah mengenepikan saingan bukan pilihan dari Pakistan, Adil Maqbool, 11-0, 11-10, 11-5 dalam 32 minit. Persembahan meningkat pemain kelahiran Sarawak pada kejohanan tempatan itu bulan lalu menyaksikannya melonjak dua anak tangga ke kedudukan ke-17 dunia.

Pilihan pertama, Beng Hee yang merosot satu anak tangga ke ranking ke-19 dunia awal bulan ini, menyingkirkan pilihan kelapan, Omar Abdel Aziz dari Mesir, 12-10, 12-10, 11-4 dalam suku akhir.
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Post time 23-8-2007 06:19 AM | Show all posts
Azlan sekadar naib juara

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Post time 31-8-2007 11:14 AM | Show all posts
Pakistans Jansher to come out of retirement

KARACHI: Pakistan's former world champion Jansher Khan is coming out of retirement to play in a Professional Squash Association tournament in October.

The 38-year-old retired in 2002 due to a nagging knee problem after winning 99 professional titles, including the British Open six times and the World Open a record eight times.

Khan said he had been assured a wild card entry by the organisers of the PSA tournament, which will be held in London from Oct 11.

The reason for my comeback is that I feel I am mentally and physically fit to play the international circuit for another three to four years,
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Post time 1-9-2007 10:48 AM | Show all posts
Nicol breezes into the quarter-finals

PETALING JAYA: World number one and top seed Nicol David eliminated Hollands Margriet Huisman 9-2, 9-3, 9-3 to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Dutch Open squash championships in Amsterdam on Thursday.

The two-time World Open champion will face seventh seed Madeline Perry of Ireland for a place in the semi-finals. Perry defeated compatriot Aisling Blake 9-7, 9-2, 9-7 to advance.

Frances Isabelle Stoehr, a qualifier, upset fifth seed Vicky Botwright of England 10-8, 0-9, 6-9, 9-7, 9-3 in the first round. She will play against second seed Natalie Grinham of Australia in the quarter-finals.



RESULTS

First round: Nicol David (Mas) bt Margriet Huisman (Ned) 9-2, 9-3, 9-3; Madeline Perry (Irl) bt Aisling Blake (Irl) 9-7, 9-2, 9-7; Natalie Grainger (Usa) bt Engy Kheirallah (Egy) 9-3, 9-1, 9-4; Omneya Abdel Kawy (Egy) bt Latasha Khan (Usa) 9-4, 9-7, 9-5; Vaneesa Atkinson (Ned) bt Annelize Naude (Ned) 9-0, 9-4, 9-5; Rachael Grinham (Aus) bt Jenny Duncalf (Eng) 9-4, 9-2, 9-7; Isabelle Stoehr (Fra) bt Vicky Botwright (Eng) 10-8, 0-9, 6-9, 9-7, 9-3; Natalie Grinham (Aus) bt Alison Waters (Eng) 9-1, 9-3, 3-9, 9-5.
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Post time 2-9-2007 08:57 AM | Show all posts
Nicol mara ke separuh akhir

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