Sivasangari expects new ball game against ElSherbini at British Open


PETALING JAYA: S. Sivasangari broke new ground by staging an upset over world No. 1 Nour ElSherbini of Egypt en route to winning the London Classic and but the top Malaysian professional is taking a realistic approach in a rematch at the British Open in Birmingham from June 2-9.

The top seeded El Sherbini and Sivasangari have received first-round byes and will meet in the second round of the major event in Birmingham.

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