Sivasangari will continue to train under Palmer with NSC’s support


KUALA LUMPUR: Top women’s professional S. Sivasangari can smile as she will continue to train under David Palmer in New York after receiving the support from the National Sports Council (NSC).

The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) director of coaching Major (rtd) S. Maniam said the proposal for Sivasangari to remain in the United States to continue her squash career full-time has received the greenlight.

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