R.I.P. Ahmad Fadzil Nayan
In a much happier time not so long ago when we were all together in Kazan at the Summer Universiade Games 2013.
What is there to say? - Fadzil was a great guy - he got along with everyone, tried to help others the best he could and was completely dedicated to chess.
Malaysian chess will miss him, in his short time he had already made his mark in our history with his success in winning the Asian Amateur Championships and had become a full fledged international by being part of the national team at the Tromso Olympiad 2014.
I am sure he is playing chess now with a very big smile on his face.