ISLAMABAD - Pakistan’s number one female junior squash player Sadia Gul was very happy with her performance in the Asian Junior Team Squash Championship at Seoul, Korea.In an interview with The Nation on Tuesday, Sadia termed her team's defeat on sheer bad luck as they had played well in the entire championship. Sadia said they had a good chance of making it to the semi-finals but they were unfortunate not to win against Malaysia. “I had won my match against Malaysia, but Sammar and Riffat failed.”About defeat againstHong Kong, Sadia said: “We committed many mistakes against them. I should have won my match, but the blue surface was very disturbing as the reflection of the floor was making it impossible to play the natural game.” Sadia said it was a moral boosting experience for them and they had learnt a lot form this tour and if the federation continued to provide such opportunities, they would soon give better results.About not trying Faiza Zafar in next matches after her victory against Sri Lanka, Sadia said Faiza started to feel grave pain in her both shins during the match. “She bravely continued the match and won it despite playing through pain barrier and this injury ruled her out from the rest of the event.”Sadia said the the presence of Qamar Zaman helped them in boosting their morals and he was a big source of inspiration for them and helped them a lot with his advises. Answering about the difference between Pakistan and other Asian teams, Sadia said they were at par of all these top squash playing nations in Asia. “The only difference between us and them is the lack of experience, as we lack the technique how to finish the game, but we have learnt a lot and with more international events we would soon be able to hand them a befitting reply and take revenge of our loss.”Sadia said that it would be really difficult to replace experienced campaigners Sammar Anjum and Riffat Khan at junior level, as both had crossed age limits, but players like Faiza and Madina Zafar and few others whowould soon fill the gap left by these two players departure.Saida said her next immediate goal is to take part in the Asian Junior team and individual championship in Jordan, I would try to perform exceptionally well in both categories and try to win laurels for my country.“My next major and most important assignment would be to participate in World Junior Squash Championship to be held in Poland. I would love to excel at that particular event and fulfil my dream of winning a major international title,” a confident Sadia concluded.