Weaving past Olivia and maintaining consistency was not easy, says Sivasangari


PETALING JAYA: The quarter-finals exit in the Gaynor Cup serves as a wake-up call for national squash player S. Sivasangari.

On Friday, the world No. 15 Sivasangari was denied a spot in the last four after suffering a 7-11, 9-11, 13-15 defeat to homester and world No. 9 Olivia Weaver in the quarter-finals in Cincinnati, United States.

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