The countdown to the commencement of the second edition of the Chamberlain Squash Open (CSO) has started, Nigeria’s number 4 seed, Femi Shedara has revealed he is ready to go all the way in the tournament.
Talking about the quality of opposition in last year’s competition he said: “It wasn’t easy you know, because of the nature of the sport we do.”
“Squash is not an easy game so the players were very good. Preliminary stage was difficult, the quarter-finals was difficult so also the semi-finals; so sometimes I would say it is a game of luck.”
After exiting the competition at the semi-final stage last year, when asked what he would do differently to go a step further this year Femi said: “The truth of the matter is, I would just do my best and I would make sure I practice everything I’ve been training.”
The tournament starts with the preliminary round on 7th and 8th while the main draws commence on the 9th of May with the finals on on Saturday, 12th of May.