Is Sivasangari Dead Or Alive? What Happened To Her, S. Sivasanagari Accident Video CCTV Footage Leaked! A car accident caused the 23-year-old female Squash player to lose her eligibility for the Commonwealth Games. National no. S. Sivasanagari, the national no. 1 female squash player, was recently involved in a car accident. She is also ranked 19 on the world squash rankings. An accident occurred on the Maju Expressway. The car carrying the squash player was rear-ended by a lorry, causing an accident.
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This is bad news for squash fans, as she was one of the top competitors in the Commonwealth Games. It is a shame that she was not able to participate in the Games. According to reports, she was saved before her car caught on fire. This could have caused serious injuries to the player or even prevented her from playing again. She will, however, be able to heal from her injuries, although it will take some time. For her initial treatment, she was taken to Putrajaya Hospital. Although there were no fatal injuries, she was still left with serious injuries that required her to undergo immediate surgery the day after the accident. She is now resting at the hospital.
Sivasangari Subramaniam, a Malaysian squash player, was born in Sungai Petani on 24 January 1999. After defeating Satomi Watanabe, she is now a professional Malaysian squash player. Sivasanagari was the daughter of Subramaniam Kaniappan and Kedah Valli. Since the age of eight, she had been learning and playing squash. She was a student at SMK Sultanah Asma, and she received her CGE Ordinary Level certificate from Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar. She is currently a Cornell University student and is studying Mass communication.
She was also nominated in 2011 at the MSSM Promising Sportsgirl of the Year Awards. After defeating Low Wee, she became the youngest national champion woman. The incident has caused the young squash player to withdraw from the Commonwealth Games. It has also left her fans devastated as she has lost a bright player who could have won a medal at the games. If there are any updates, we will keep you informed.