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 16th Asian Individual Championships
 16th Asian Individual Championships

The 16th Asian Individual Championships 2011, 26-30 April, 2011, at Penang, Malaysia.

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  • First Day (26th April, 2011)
  • Second Day (27th April, 2011)
  • Third Day (28th April, 2011)
  • Semi Final (29th April, 2011)
  • Final (30th April, 2011)
  •  Championship News (Squash Penang)
    There Can Only Be Wan: Adnan, David Win Asian Titles

    Malaysians Mohd. Nafiizwan Adnan and Nicol David claimed both the men's and women's championships, respectively, at the 2011 Asian Individual Squash Championships held at the Nicol David International Squash Center in Penang, Malaysia.

    Malaysian Sweep Possible

    A Malaysian double is on the horizon at the 2011 Asian Individual Squash Championships being held at the Nicol David International Squash Center in Penang, Malaysia. An all-Malaysian men's final will be contested between Ong Beng Hee and Mohd. Nafiizwan Adnan. Malaysian teammate and women's top seed, Nicol David, will face Hong Kong's Annie Au.

    Through Will's Lens

    View all our photo albums here, photographed by Will Mather.

    David is Goliath

    Taking a look back through these championships, it becomes clear that Annie Au of Hong Kong and Nicol David of Malaysia are on a collision course. Noteworthy is that neither player has been pressed.The most telling indicators are 1) neither player has dropped a game, and 2) both have averaged 30 minutes per match.

    Suchde, Arnold Hold on in Quarterfinal Thrillers

    It was an exciting night of squash at the Nicol David International Squash Center in Penang, Malaysia, as the 2011 Asian Individual Championships continued today with quarterfinal play. India's Siddarth Suchde staged an impressive victory over Kuwait's Abdullah Khalid H. Al-Mezayen.

    A Stoic: Kuwait's Abdullah Al-Mezayen

    Ivan Yuen of Malaysia is a squash prodigy. An incredibly gifted, athletic player, he regularly and swiftly defeats most anyone he steps on court with. He's the Asian Junior Champion. He's also a World Junior finalist. Today, in the third round of the Asian Individual Championships, he was made to look like a junior

    Keo delivers KO as Malaysia sets tone

    Eight Malaysians have earned their way into the quarterfinals of the 2011 Asian Individual Squash Championships being held at the Nicol David International Squash Center in Penang, Malaysia. Local Elvin Keo continued his winning ways today, defeating Hong Kong's number one and event fifth seed Dick Lau. Unseeded Keo has now run off three straight upsets, all of which went the to fifth set decider.

    A Nice Surprise

    What happens when you toss a Hawaiian ang mor who resides in Bangladesh alone on an island? The results? Surprisingly pleasant! Will Mather blogs on the tournament and his experience in Penang thus far. *Ang mor is a term used to describe Caucasians in Penang's local Chinese dialect-Hokkien.

    Malaysia, Kuwait and Korea Impressive in Men's First Round

    The 2011 Asian Individual Squash Championships had a booming start at the Nicol David International Squash Center in Penang, Malaysia, this morning. The field of 64 men and 32 women representing 15 nations gave plenty to talk about for the local squash enthusiasts as all three Malaysian men won their first round encounters.

    Saurav Ghosal to Withdraw Due to Injury

    Top seeded Saurav Ghosal is set to withdraw from the Asian Individual Championships due to injury.The 24 year old from Calcutta, India, was in Ireland competing in the Cannon Kirk Homes Irish Open when he suffered the injury. Having already won his first round match, Ghosal was up 2 games to none and leading in the third against Egypt's Tarek Momen when he pulled up from an apparent foot injury.

    Through the Crystal Ball with Chaka

    Penang, Malaysia-Some of the world's best squash players are descending upon Penang for the 16th Asian Individual Squash Championships to be held at the Nicol David International Squash Centre beginning April 26th. Nothing breeds competition quite like representing your flag and there are numerous young hopefuls preparing for this event looking to surprise the veterans and defy general expectations.