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In the Main Draw:
1. Nicol David
Datuk Nicol is the World Number One and two time World Champion. Nicol won her first British Open crown in September and her maiden World title in Hong Kong in December 2005. Further World Open success came in Belfast in 2006 and two more British Open titles in 2006 and 2008. Nicol is expected to meet fellow Malaysian Sharon Wee in the 1st Round.

2. Sharon Wee
Malacca-born Sharon is currently ranked 22 in the world. The 31-year old's reached her highest world ranking in December 2006, ranked at 18. Sharon last played at the Enschede Open in September where she was ousted by England's Sarah Kippax in the semi-finals. The Malaysian No.2 female player is expected to meet compatriot Nicol David in the 1st Round.

3. Ong Beng Hee
Ong Beng Hee is one of Malaysia's most successful squash players of all-time. In August 1998, the then 18-year-old young Penangite was world junior champion in the USA – an achievement which made him the first non-Pakistani Asian to claim the world junior title. Beng Hee reached the world No.7 ranking in 2001 and is currently ranked at No.10. He won a silver medal in the mixed doubles at the 2002 Commonwealth Games partnering Nicol David. The Malaysian will play englishman Tom Richards in Round One.

4. Mohd. Azlan Iskandar
London based Azlan Iskandar joined the Professional Squash Association(PSA) in the year 2000 and is currently No.12 in the World Rankings. The 26 year-old Eurasian in coached by Neil Harvey and Peter Genever, and is eagerly working to break into the World top-10. Azlan is seeded to face New Zealand's Kashif Shuja in the 1st Round, set to be held on the 13th of October at the Manchester National Squash Center.

Malaysians in the Qualifiers:
Low Wee Wern
Delia Arnold
Nafiizwan Adnan
Nafzahizam Adnan