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31/05/2022
MEN'S WORLD RANKINGS - JUNE

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Farag Returns to No.1 in PSA Menís World Rankings

Egyptís Ali Farag has overtaken New Zealandís Paul Coll to reclaim the No.1 spot in the PSA Menís World Rankings following the capture of his third PSA World Championship title last weekend.

Farag, 30, lost top spot to Coll in the March rankings but enjoyed a successful May which saw him first down Peruís Diego Elias to win the prestigious J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions inside New Yorkís famous Grand Central Terminal.

He then followed that up with a 3-2 victory over World No.3 Mohamed ElShorbagy in the CIB PSA World Championship final to become only the seventh man to lift the sportís biggest prize on three occasions.

Coll, who lost out to ElShorbagy in the semi finals, drops to No.2, while ElShorbagy stays at No.3. Mostafa Asal (No.4) and Diego Elias (No.5) round out the rest of the top five.

Tarek Momen remains at No.6 ahead of Joel Makin (No.7), Mazen Hesham (No.8), Marwan ElShorbagy (No.9) and Fares Dessouky, who stays at No.10.

Youssef Ibrahim moves up to a joint career-high ranking at No.11, while Karim Abdel Gawad and Gregoire Marche sit at No.12 and No.13, respectively. Indiaís Saurav Ghosal rises three spots to No.14, while Miguel Rodriguez drops a place to No.15.

Nicolas Mueller (No.16), Youssef Soliman (No.17), Mohamed Abouelghar (No.18), Raphael Kandra (No.19) and Victor Crouin complete the top 20, with the latter moving up three spots to break back into the top 20 for the first time since January, 2022.

Englandís Charlie Taylor is the biggest riser on the menís tour after a last 16 finish at the NTA Squash Classic saw him move up 197 places to a career-high ranking of No.605.


PSA Menís World Rankings Top 20 Ė June 2022