World number one for a record 108 consecutive months. 8 World Open and 5 British Open titles. She also has a record of five individual gold medals from six editions at the Asian Games and she is also the only woman to bag the individual gold medal at the Commonwealth Games twice, achieving the feat in 2010 and 2014. Nominated as WSF player of the year on seven occasions and voted by fans in 2018 as the greatest squash player of all time in the women's category. In 2020 voted the greatest athlete of all time (G.O.A.T) at the World Games.
Squash has always done the nation proud by never failing to return with a medal at major multi-sport events such as the Commonwealth and Asian Games since 1998.
Nafiizwan Adnan earned an individual bronze at the 2018 Commonwealth Games - the first Malaysian man for an individual medal.
Sandra Wu | 1991, 1992, 1993The first female to achieve a hat trick of titles at the Asian Junior Championships
Leong Siu Lynn | 1996The first Malaysian and youngest at 15 to win the Asian Women’s title
Ong Beng Hee | 19981998: First Malaysian to win the World Junior Title2000: First Malaysian male to win the Asian TitleAzlan Iskandar | 2001First Malaysian male to win the Asian Junior Title
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Top 4 in the World at Team Events
Win Three ofFour Categories atthe Asian Games
Win At Any Other Multi-Sport Games
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