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Media: The Star Online


Section: Sport

CIMB Foundation sponsored and national squash player Sivasangari Subramaniam has finally made it, she is now ranked 10th in the world for the first time. The 25-year-old London Classic winner reached her career-high ranking in the latest update from the Professional Squash Association (PSA) after moving one rung from the 11th spot. Sivasangari was over the moon for making into the top 10 list sooner than expected. "This would be impossible without the support of my incredible team who has pushed me, encouraged me, and stayed by me through my highs and lows. More determined than ever to keep pushing and enjoy each step of the process," she posted on social media. Youth and Sports Minister Hannah Yeoh congratulated Sivasangari on her achievement and encouraged her to keep striving for success.


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