ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's brightest future squash hope Sadia Gul once again showed why she is rated so highly by the former greats as she retained the 6th DG Rangers Junior Open international Squash Championship 2012 U-19 title after a tough 3-2 victory against Samar Anjum in the final.

While talking exclusively with TheNation on Sunday Sadia Gul said: She always went into the court with winning mentality as she had trained really hard for this particular championship, and was pretty confident of retaining the title.

While talking about the final against Samar, Sadia said that  Samar is a very good player and she always play well against her opponents. Samar won the first game 11-8, but she bounced back to take the second game by 11-7. But Samar fight back and took the third set by 11-7 and at that stage she came under tremendous pressure but kept her nervous to remain in the match. She played her natural aggressive game and won the fourth game 12-10 to take the final into the fifth and deciding game, Sadia added.

“The fifth game was played on a very high pace as none of us was ready to lose the initiative and the game tilted either side and at one stage Samar was leading 7-5, but I bounced back and not only level the score at 7-7 but also won the game and final”, Sadia said.

Sadia attributed this victory and trophy to the jawans of Sindh Rangers. Sadia said, it was an international Asian Silver Series event, and she was looking to appear in the more international events in future and to win laurels for country. She want to become  No 1 player of Pakistan but the world too, a determined Sadia concluded.