Sivasangari’s gutted but grateful after agonising last-eight defeat in Toronto

PETALING JAYA: National squash player S. Sivasangari had only mixed feelings after agonisingly losing a closely fought quarter-final match in the Canadian Open.

The world No. 28 led 2-0 and then held a match point at 10-9 in the fifth set but could not convert it and went down 11-8, 11-7, 6-11, 4-11, 11-13 to world No. 13 Olivia Clyne of the United States in Toronto on Tuesday.

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