The aces behind milestone

In a special league: Sivasangari became only the third Malaysian women’s player to reach the 10 after squash legend and eight-time world champion Datuk Nicol David and former world No. 5 Low Wee Wern.

PETALING JAYA: The leading lady of Malaysian squash, S. Sivasangari, achieved another milestone in her professional career when she reached the top 10 in the world rankings for the first time yesterday.

Sivasangari, who has been trying to make that significant breakthrough for months, moved up one notch from world No. 11 to world No. 10 in the latest Professional Squash Association’s (PSA) weekly world ranking.

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