The number of characters in the field must be at least 4
Up for one more big scalp

Up for one more big scalp

Ng Eain Yow is set to fulfill a difficult task following his awe-inspiring victory over the world's No. 2. Paul Coll of New Zealand in Singapore last week.The world's No. 24 will attempt to end his streak of losing against Welshman Joel Makin in the Malaysian Open which begins in Bukit Jalil, Malaysia today.

The best Malaysian pro clinched his biggest victory of his career against Coll in just five games to make it to the quarterfinals of the Singapore Open last week but his efforts were thwarted by the world's No. 11 Makin.Eain Yow will begin his tournament against Leandro Romiglio ahead of the anticipated match against Makin at the end of the round of the National Squash Centre.

The match is expected to be their fifth game this season with Makin winning the last four games.Overall I think it's been an enjoyable week in Singapore where I beat world no. 16. Saurav (Ghosal who is from India) in addition to Coll but I need to put it to rest. This week is a fresh challenge for me, and I'm hoping to reset myself,said Eain Yow.

Makin and I've played four times in the past year, and I'm getting closer closer each time. This week, I was not physically or mentally ready for the challenge after my exhausting victory over Coll.This week I'll be starting fresher.I think we'll have a better plan to tackle him this time around and I believe there's the chance to win against him.

I showed last week when I'm at my highest I'm capable of beating any player and I'm looking forward to putting on an impressive performance this week.Having stated that I have to concentrate on my first game (against Romiglio) the next day.The event for men has drawn five of the best players, with the top seed and world No. 7 Tarek Momen from Egypt hoping to win a second victory.Another group of Malaysian players taking part in the competition include Ivan Yuen, Syafiq Kamal, Addeen Idrakie and Ong Sai Hung. He was granted a wildcard.

The women's competition will feature the reigning champion Aifa Azman, seeded 5th facing a formidable field headed by the world's No. eleven Olivia Fiechter of the United States. The other Malaysians involved in the fight include Rachel Arnold, Low Wee Wern, Chan Yiwen, Noor Ainaa Amani Ampandi Ooi Kay Yan, and Yee Xin Yang.Aifa was also encouraged by the fact that she has achieved the top ranking in her professional career. she was promoted from No. 24 and moved up to. 21 yesterday.She was given an exemption in the first round. She will be playing either Zeina Mickawy from Egypt and Ainaa during the 2nd round.

I have to prepare my mind for each event and I'm looking forward to an enjoyable experience here. I'm also looking forward playing better-ranked opponents to gain an opportunity to play at a high level. I will benefit from these games,said Aifa.I am also able to earn my best world ranking this morning (yesterday) and, hopefully, I will finish this year with a top 20 ranking.

In the meantime, Fiechter will be looking to snap Malaysia's winning streak at the tournament from 2017. S. Sivasangari (2017), Low Wee Wern (2018), Rachel Arnold (2019) and Aifa (2021) won the four championships they won, and the 2020 tournament was postponed due to the Covid-19.The draw is solid and I'd like to tackle it one match at a stretch, but I'll be extremely happy to be able to stop this streak,said Fiechter.Which reported by best online slots malaysia.