Indian finalist guaranteed in KL

If we thought the upsets were at an end, think again, the quarter-finals of the PSA $10k Royal Lake Open in Kuala Lumpur saw just one of the seeds progress to the last four, ans a guaranteed Indian finalist.

Qualifier Ravi Dixit lost the first two games to top seed Abdullah Al Mezayen, but after taking the third and leading 3/0 in the fourth the Indian accepted his opponent’s hand in retirement.

Harinderpal Sandhu ended the run of lucky loser Sanjay Singh in four games to set up an all-Indian semi-final.

Fourth seed Kamran Khan ensured home interest in the semis as he beat English qualifier Nathan Lake in straight games, but his expected all-Malayasian semi-final won’t be, after young Pakistani Nasir Iqbal beat Muhd Asraf Azan, who won the ProSquash Kansai in Japan last week, in straight games.

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