Nigeria Squash player, Abdulrahman Olarenwaju said his passion for the game of squash is not borne out of the love of money.
Olarenwaju who disclosed this in an exclusive interview with aclsports.com after the Lagos Classic Squash tournament said he plans accumulating points to better his World Ranking.
“Playing squash for me is not for money, it’s because I have passion for the game that’s why I’m playing. My participation at the Lagos classics is to gain more experience with international player and eventually accumulate points and have better ranking in the World”, he said.
The Ilorin born player told aclsports.com that he attended his first international event this year.
He added that the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Lagos Classics is his second international tournament.
“This is my second international competition, my first was Qatar certified. The game was competitive because it exposed me. I think I played a player ranked 159 while I’m 388. My opponent was a good player and participated in various tournaments but I worked hard for the Lagos Squash Classics” Olarenwaju said.
He called on philanthropists and private sector to invest in the racket game.