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Queen’s Cup Golf: Back pain sidelines Siddikur
Bangladeshi celebrated golfer Siddikur Rahman withdrew his name from the Queen’s Cup Golf in Thailand in the last moment due to back pain.
The Queens Cup Bangkok Airways Samui Golf Tournament began on Thursday at Santiburi Samui Country Club in Koh Thailand.
Two Asian tour winner Siddikur Rahman suffered from back pain in a practice session on Wednesday afternoon and was forced to quit the tournament just a day before the competition start.
Siddikur started his golden era of his career from the Santibury Samui Country Club in 2010 and emerged as one of the top 10 players for the first time