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Another Indian Prodigy Shasmithaa

The next Nicol David In Making Progress

 

Shasmithaa Nityanandan, the next Nicol David in making progress received acknowledgments from good quality hearted people and leaders to cover up her expenditures for Australia Junior Squash Open 2015 (U13) which took place in Sydney, RM 1,000 from ADUN Sri Andalas YB Dr.Xavier Jayakumar, RM 1000 from Parents and Teachers Associations (PIBG) of Simpang Lima Tamil Primary School and RM 1,000 from Rotary Club of Klang Centre was given to her.

“I got hooked on Squash sports when was 7 years old in the endeavor to do extremely well in my life time. It is already has been 5 years. I have participated and won a lot of Squash tournaments. One of the most evergreen winning titles for me is CIMB Grand Finale Championship. There always up and down in life. Even, I have lost few times to Squash opponents. But, I never feel down but always pump myself up. Mrs. Vanitha is my aunt. She is the backbone of my success in Squash sports. Because, she is the one who registered me under Squash coaching class and paying for my classes. She also is supporting me by sending for personal Squash coaching class. Secondly, is my mother Mrs. Mageswary. She always gives me confidence. This year 2015, I am going to sit for UPSR examination. I am practicing to manage time to score flying colors in UPSR. The reason is I want to be a successful teacher in the future,” says Shasmithaa Nityanandan, the next Nicol David.

“We as Parents and Teachers Associations (PIBG) of Simpang Lima Tamil Primary School are very proud of Shasmithaa Nityanandan. Besides Shasmithaa Nityanandan, there are two more Squash players in making as Kartigaya and Nitish from Simpang Lima Tamil Primary School. Parents and Teachers Associations (PIBG) of Simpang Lima Tamil Primary School also organize activities via sports for 200 students and gives continuous support. Nicol David, world number 1 ranked in women’s squash, and is the foremost Asian woman praised her before. We wish Shasmithaa Nityanandan to be the most excellent player in the future and give our word to be supportive,” says the Chairman of Parents and Teachers Associations (PIBG) Simpang Lima Tamil Primary School.

In addition, he added with at the same time as an Indian he felt let down yet. The reason is added up to of Indians participants in Malaysia sports is getting a reduced amount of than before. Hence, it must be refurbished by Indian ourselves. Parents should encourage their children to participate in sports. At the same time, parents should lead children in time management. The reason education is also important for the general public and nation’s development. Parents engage in recreation biggest role in children’s future.

Shasmithaa Nityanandan is ambitious to be in Top 10 Squash Player’s list. She well played at the Australian Open Squash with full confidence. Parents and Teachers Associations (PIBG) of Simpang Lima Tamil Primary School, Klang area Indians residents and last but not least, Malaysia Indians’ prayers for her grand victory in at Australia Junior Squash Open 2015 (U13). Indians believe Shasmithaa Nityanandan is the next Nicol David. Let’s support Shasmithaa Nityanandan, the Champion of Australia Junior Squash Open 2015 (U13).

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