Nigeria’s most skilful sinistral player in the noble game of squash, Idowu Enimakure played his first international tournament of 2019 at The Rock Classic International Squash Tournament which ended last week in Uganda. And he sets a record.
The top racket sportsperson made it to the quarterfinals where he succumbed to highly-rated Manda Chilambwe of Zambia 3-1. Enimakure’s third game alone lasted 35 minutes and ended 25/23 or thereabouts. Injury hampered his progress and he could not continue the last game.
In the aftermath of the tournament, the University of Lagos (UNILAG) graduate spoke exclusively to Concise News, and he reveals he has “never played or fight like that in his career.”