Sivasangari goes through but Aifa, Rachel and Eain Yow fall at worlds


PETALING JAYA: S. Sivasangari stormed into the second round of the World Championships with a powerful display against Germany’s Saskia Beinhard yesterday.

Sivasangari, ranked world No. 20, secured a crushing 11-3, 11-3, 11-2 win over Beinhard in a match that lasted only 17 minutes.

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