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World's Top Twenty Men & Women
 
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July 2014

July 2014

Report

Report

Elshorbagy Rises To Career High In Squash Rankings

Nicol David Heads Unchanged
World Top 20

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Rank Prev

Player

Pts Ctry

1

1 Gregory Gaultier 1440

FRA

2

 =

Nick Matthew

1368

ENG

3

 =

Mohamed Elshorbagy

1131

EGY

4

 =

Ramy Ashour

821

EGY

5

 =

Amr Shabana

758

EGY

6

 =

James Willstrop

628

ENG

7

 =

Borja Golan

615

ESP

8

 =

Peter Barker

546

ENG

9

 =

Karim Darwish

456

EGY

10

 =

Daryl Selby

451

ENG

11

 =

Simon Rösner 

415

GER

12

 =

Tarek Momen

411

EGY

13

 =

Omar Mosaad  

409

EGY

14

 =

Miguel Angel Rodriguez 

358

COL

15

 =

Laurens Jan Anjema

314

NED

16

 =

Saurav Ghosal 

307

IND

17

↑3

Marwan Elshorbagy 

296

EGY

18

↓1

Karim Abdel Gawad  

285

FRA

19

↓1

Mathieu Castagnet 

284

AUS

20

↓1

Cameron Pilley

276

EGY

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Rank  +/-

Player

Pts Ctry

1

-

Nicol David

3,533

MAS

2

[2]

Laura Massaro

2,379

ENG

3

[3]

Raneem El Welily

1,754

EGY

4

[4]

Joelle King

1,171

NZL

5

[5]

Camille Serme

1,107

FRA

6

[6]

Alison Waters

1,036

ENG

7

[7]

Low Wee Wern

995

MAS

8

[8]

Nour El Sherbini

906

EGY

9

[9]

Annie Au

760

HKG

10

[10]

Dipika Pallikal

750

IND

11

[11]

Madeline Perry

648

IRL

12

[12]

Omneya Abdel Kawy

637

EGY

13

[13]

Amanda Sobhy

598

USA

14

[14]

Jenny Duncalf

575

ENG

15

[15]

Rachael Grinham

572

AUS

16

[16]

Kasey Brown

509

AUS

17

[17]

Sarah-Jane Perry

468

ENG

18

[18]

Sarah Kippax

465

ENG

19

[19]

Nicolette Fernandes

463

GUY

20

[20]

Emma Beddoes

448

ENG

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Men

Elshorbagy Rises To Career High In Squash Rankings

After claiming his fourth career title by winning the VII Torneo Internacional PSA Sporta in Guatemala lat month, Egyptian Marwan Elshorbagy has climbed to a career-high No.17 in the July PSA World Tour Rankings.

The 20-year-old moves up three places from 20th to overtake Australian Cameron Pilley, Frenchman Mathieu Castagnet and fellow Egyptian Karim Abdel Gawad in the process.

Elshorbagy, from Alexandria, is the only player inside the PSA Top 20 to move up the rankings in July while elsewhere South African Christo Potgieter rises a remarkable 98 places, climbing from 275 to his highest ever ranking of 177 just two weeks after winning his first ever PSA World Tour title at the Maggie Beer South Australian Open.
 

Women

Nicol David Heads Unchanged World Top 20


Malaysia's Squash Queen Nicol David is within touching distance of her 100th month at the top of the Women's World Squash Rankings after establishing her 96th month in a row - and her 99th of all-time - in the July list published today by the Women's Squash Association (WSA).

The 30-year-old from Penang, who first reached No1 in January 2006, maintains a healthy lead of more than 1,000 points ahead of England'sLaura Massaro, the reigning World Champion who is celebrating her 16th successive month as the world No2.

Egypt's Raneem El Welily is in third place while New Zealander Joelle King is at No4.

The highest ranking to change in the new list is No40 - the new incumbent being Egypt's Habiba Mohamed Ahmed Alymohmed, the 15-year-old from Alexandria who in November became the youngest everWSA World Tour title winner (at 14 years and 5 months) and last month won her third successive Tour final at the inaugural Paderborn Open in Germany.