(20 DEC) Ng Eain Yow and Tong Tsz Wing Becomes the Asian Squash Men’s and Women’s Champion

The 21st Asian Individual Championships, which was concluded in Islamabad, Pakistan yesterday, have attracted 24 men’s players and 16 women’s players from 6 member nations to participate.  After 5-day matches, top seeded Ng Eain Yow from Malaysia and Hong Kong’s Tong Tsz Wing clinches the 21st Asian Individual Championships titles in the Men’s and Women’s Event respectively.

“I would like to congratulate Yow and Wing, who won the Asian Individual Championships. My congratulation would also go to Pakistan Squash Federation, who has hosted an enjoyable and safe event successfully,” said Mr. David Mui MH JP, the ASF’s President.

 Mr. Mui continued, “After an almost 2-year halt of major championships in the region due to the pandemic, I’m pleased to see both Asian Team and Asian Individual Championships are able to be held successfully before the end of 2021. This once again shows the unity and strength of our Asian Squash community.” Mr. Mui was grateful to all the parties, who have been so supportive to both Championships. “Firstly, I must thank the dedication and commitment of Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia and Pakistan Squash Federation, the host of the Asian Team and Asian Individual Championships respectively. I would also like to thank the participating members, who sent teams and players to the two Championships. My gratitude would also go to all officials, especially for those who need to travel from their home town or home country to help officiate in the Championships.”

“Last, but not the least, my sincere appreciation would like to go to Mr. Mohamad Bin Abdullah Arrffan from Singapore, the ASF Technical Delegate of both Championships. His passion, professionalism and earnestness gave tremendous confidence to different parties at the Championships, which allowed the event to be smoothly run.”

“On behalf of ASF’s Management and Executive Committees, I would like to wish you all a joyful holiday season and a healthy, happy and prosperous 2022.”

Results of 21st Asian Individual Championships

Men’s Event

Gold – Ng Eain Yow (Malaysia)

Silver – Yip Tsz Fung (Hong Kong, China)

Bronze – Lau Tsz Kwan (Hong Kong, China) & Nasir Iqbal (Pakistan)

Women’s Event

Gold – Tong Tsz Wing (Hong Kong, China)

Silver – Rachel Arnold (Malaysia)

Bronze – Ho Tze Lok (Hong Kong, China) & Liu Tsz Ling (Hong Kong, China)


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The 21st Asian Individual Championships, which will debut tomorrow in Islamabad, Pakistan, has attracted 24 men's players and 16 women's players from 6 nations to participate in the Men's and Women's Event. The Championships will last for 5 days till 19 December 2021.

Mr. David Mui, MH JP, the ASF's President feels very thankful, "I would like to thank for the suppot of the host, Pakistan Squash Federation and the participating nations. I wish the championships all the success. All players, officials and helpers a safe and enjoyable event."

For the draws and updated results of the Asian Individual Championships, please click here.

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After an almost 2-year halt of having any Asian Championships, the 20th Asian Team Championships, which was due to be held in 2020, has successfully concluded at National Squash Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 4 December 2021.

After the 5-day competition, Malaysia won in both Men’s and Women’s Team Championships. This is the first time for the Malaysian teams to claim both Asian Men’s and Women’s Team Championships titles on their home ground.

“I would like to congratulate all winners and participating players. Besides, my sincere appreciation would also go to SRAM, all the officials involved as well as the participating members. Their dedication, passion and full support had made the event a successful one during this difficult time,” said David Mui, MH JP, the ASF’s President.

20th Asian Men’s Team Championship

1st – Malaysia

2nd – India

Co-3rd – Hong Kong, China / Japan

20th Asian Women’s Team Championship

1st – Malaysia

2nd – Hong Kong, China

Co-3rd – India / Japan

Results details please refer to the Championships Official Link.

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20th Asian Team Championships, which will be held 30 November - 4 December in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, has attracted 79 players from 12 member nations to participate in the Men's and Women's Team Championships.

"I would like to thank Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia and the participating nations. Their passion, dedication and support made the Championships finally happen after several postponements due to the pandemic," said Mr. David Mui MH JP, the ASF's President.

"I wish the championshps all the success. All players, officials and helpers a safe and enjoyable event."

Please click here for the updated draws and results of the Asian Team Championships.


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