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Byline: Devinder Singh
IT is the calm before the storm for Ong Beng Hee who has been quietly shaping up for the Australian Open in breezy and idyllic New Caledonia this week.
The French Pacific Ocean territory hardly figures on the global squash map and so may seem an odd destination for Beng Hee to undertake in his preparation for the Australian Open which starts in Canberra on Monday.
But when he is not snorkeling in the ocean, Beng Hee is busy sparring with Malaysian Open champion Gregory Gaultier, former world champion Thierry Lincou and Swiss No 1 Nicholas Mueller at the newly furbished squash courts in the capital Noumea.
"I've been training …