The fiercely fought last eight clash, which Dipika won to secure India's first women's singles medal at the Asian Games had jeopardized the longtime friendship between the country's top female players.
     
They stopped talking after the heated on court exchange in Incheon and all of this took place a month after Dipika and Joshna made history by winning the India's first ever gold at the Commonwealth Games.
     
"It is back to normal between us. We have known each other way too long to not sort out our differences. And we also live in the same city (Chennai). Besides that, both of us realize the importance of playing together and get more medals for India," revealed Joshna who has now overtaken Dipika to be India's highest-ranked player at 13.

It can only be good for Indian squash that the leading ladies of the game are back to sharing rooms while fighting a 'lonely' battle on the professional tour besides advising each other on the game in whichever part of the world they are in.
     
Dipika, who is five years younger to her 29-year-old teammate, too has moved on from the intense Incheon incident.

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