11-6, 7-11, 11-5, 11-8 Sarah Cardwell
Hwayeong Eum (KOR)
11/7, 11/8, 11/9  Sarah Cardwell (AUS)
Four Seeds Move Through To Women’s Malaysian Tour Semi-finals
The top four seeded players will contest the semi-final spots in the
Malaysian Tour Squash VIII, PSA W5 event after they recorded
relatively comfortable victories over their unseeded counterparts.
Teh Min Jie overcame Noor Shadira in her match after a good start
enabled her to build up a two-game advantage.
Shadira recovered well to claw a game back in the third but top seed
Min Jie redoubled her efforts in the next game to wrap up an 11-5,
11-5, 12-14, 11-3 triumph to ensure that she will compete in the
Her semi-final opponent, Rachel Arnold, achieved her place there
after recovering from a 1-0 deficit to beat Aika Azman in four.
Sarah Cardwell remains on course for second successive PSA World
Tour title after she came through a four-game battle with
Sivasangari Subramaniam. Her reward is a semi-final matchup with
Vanessa Raj who is looking to reach a fourth final on the 2015
instalment of the Malaysian Tour.
Sail Through To Women’s Malaysian Tour Quarter-final
World No.59 Teh Min Jie led all eight seeded players into the
quarter-final of the Malaysian Tour Squash VIII, PSA W5 tournament
with a series of comfortable wins allowing them to ease through.
Min Jie was one of only two players to drop a game in her match
against fellow Malaysian Lai Wen Li but she held firm to record an
11-8, 11-8, 11-13, 13-11 triumph to seal her spot in the last eight.
She is set to face Noor Shadira there after the number eight seed
blitzed past Aifa Azman with a 3-0 margin of victory.
Second seed Sarah Cardwell, fresh off the back of lifting silverware
at last week’s Queensland Open, continued her imperious form with a
straight games victory against Korea’s Hwayeong Eum. Cardwell will
go up against Sivasangari Subramaniam in the next round after the
Malaysian dispatched Ooi Kah Yan in three.
Two-time 2015 Malaysian Tour runner-up Vanessa Raj kept her title
hopes alive with a straightforward win over Neha Kamal Khan setting
up a quarter-final encounter with Zulhijjah Binti Azan who saw off
Meanwhile, Rachel Arnold booked her quarter-final berth with a
comfortable triumph against Zahab Khan and is rewarded with a next
round clash with Aika Azman after she downed India’s Janet Vidhi.