Sivasangari should break into world’s top 20 after Hong Kong victory

What a relief: S. Sivasangari celebrates after beating Amina Orfi of Egypt in the final of the Hong Kong Squash Club Open on Saturday. — Hong Kong Squash

PETALING JAYA: It should be a defining week for S. Sivasangari as the Malaysian should break into the top 20 again this week after falling as low as world No. 50 in June following her victory in the Hong Kong Squash Club Open on Saturday.

Sivasangari’s highest Professional Squash Association (PSA) world ranking was in June last year where she reached No. 16 but a road accident in Kuala Lumpur a month later left her career in doubt.

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