Malaysian squash prodigy determined to grow stronger

It’s barely been a month since his heroics at the SEA Games, but Malaysian squash starlet Sanjay Singh is determined to continue scaling bigger heights within the sport.

The 21 year-old Miri-born teenager nabbed two gold medals in Singapore, becoming the first Sikh in Sarawak to achieve the feat. However, the man himself is already looking forward to future competitions, and is continuously training, despite pursuing tertiary education as well.

“I’ve been training in England for the past six months under coach Robbie Temple,” he said, as quoted by Bernama.

“It’s a bit tricky, because sometimes, I’d have to miss several training sessions due to classes, or even spend extra hours on the court, late at night. But it will be worth it,” he added.

Sanjay is currently ranked fourth within the country and is ranked 115th as far as the world rankings are concerned.

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