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31/10/2016
WOMEN'S NOVEMBER RANKINGS

Squash Player News
Gohar Claims Career-High No.3 Spot in Women’s November Rankings

The November PSA Women’s World Rankings have seen World Junior Champion Nouran Gohar break into the world’s top three for the first time in her career as the 19-year-old continues to go from strength to strength on the PSA World Tour.

Cairo-born Gohar made a stunning start to the season after capturing a maiden World Series title at the Hong Kong Open and, despite bowing out of the U.S. Open at the quarter-final stage last month, she becomes the third Egyptian female in history to reach the top three.

Her compatriot, Nour El Sherbini, holds on to top spot, while England’s Laura Massaro sits behind her at No.2. Al Ahram Open winner Raneem El Welily moves up a spot to No.4, overtaking Malaysia’s eight-time World Champion Nicol David, who caps off the top five.

Camille Serme’s title-winning exploits at the U.S. Open sees her switch places with United States No.1 Amanda Sobhy to leave the pair residing at No.6 and No.7, respectively, with Omeya Abdel Kawy, Joelle King and Alison Waters rounding out the top ten, the latter moving up four places after reaching the Carol Weymuller Open final.

Outside the top 10, England’s Emily Whitlock has claimed a spot at a career-best No.14 ranking, while Nour El Tayeb falls out of the top 15 to No.16. Jenny Duncalf, Rachael Grinham and Joey Chan take the last three spots in the top 20

PSA Women’s World Rankings Top 20 - November 2016
 
Rank Prev Player Pts Ctry
1  =  Nour El Sherbini

1,937

 EGY

2

=

Laura Massaro

1,335

ENG

3

↑1

Nouran Gohar

1,160

EGY

4

↑1

Raneem El Welily

1,141

EGY

5

↓2

Nicol David

1,100

MAS

6

↑1

Camille Serme

984

FRA

7

↓1

Amanda Sobhy

902

EGY

8

=

Omneya Abdel Kawy

723

EGY

9

=

Joelle King

481

NZL

10

↑4

Alison Waters

446

ENG

11

↑1

Annie Au

433

HKG

12

↓1

Sarah-Jane Perry

415

ENG

13

=

Joshna Chinappa

379

IND

14

↑2

Emily Whitlock

315

ENG

15

=

Delia Arnold

298

MAS

16

↓6

Nour El Tayeb

292

EGY

17

↑1

Victoria Lust

290

ENG

18

↓1

Jenny Duncalf

270

ENG

19

↑3

Rachael Grinham

245

AUS

20

=

Joey Chan

238

HKG


 

 

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