Tatler Asia has recently recognised Malaysian squash star Sivasangari Subramaniam as one of Asia’s foremost sportswomen in 2024.

Subramaniam, renowned for her tenacity and resilience, overcame a career-threatening traffic accident to secure two gold medals at the Hangzhou Asian Games and achieve a PSA World Ranking of 14.

In Tatler Asia’s curated list titled "19 Asian Women in Sport to Know in 2024," the 25-year-old claimed the sixth position. Described as an exciting talent, Subramaniam is heralded as one to watch as squash gains momentum, particularly in anticipation of its inclusion in the Los Angeles 2028 Summer Olympics.

Tatler Asia, the luxury media brand associated with Tatler Magazine in Asia, is celebrated for spotlighting the finest achievements across the region.

On other hand, CIMB Group Holdings Berhad (“CIMB or the Group”) announced that it has added professional squash player, Sivasangari Subramaniam to its stable of sporting ambassadors, further underscoring its commitment towards contributing to the development of home-grown talent. Sivasangari joins track cyclist Datuk Azizulhasni Awang and professional golfer Ervin Chang in CIMB’s roster of elite athlete association.

In 2023, Sivasangari was also honoured with the Betty Richey Award by the Collegiate Squash League (CSL), a recognition bestowed upon a senior player who embodies the ideals of squash through her exceptional play, passion for the game, commitment, fair sportsmanship, and high level of skill.

Source / Image Credit : World Squash