Sivasangari will only grow stronger as she continues to face formidable trio

PETALING JAYA: The ordeal of taking on the game’s top three in early rounds is set to continue for S. Sivasangari in major Professional Squash Association (PSA) world tour events but she is not fretting.

Sivasangari will face world No. 1 Nour ElSherbini of Egypt in the second round of the prestigious British Open in Birmingham from June 2-9 after both players received opening-round byes in the platinum tournament.

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