While Australia’s Rachael Grinham (pic green) returns to the top 3 in the new May Women’s World Squash Rankings, her younger sister Natalie Grinham (pic red) also bounces back into the top 20 after the birth of her first child last year. Malaysian Nicol David extends her lead at the top of the list after winning the Cayman Islands Open crown for the 3rd successive year last month – and boosting her career WISPA Tour haul to 52 titles. But though England’s Jenny Duncalf holds onto 2nd place, Rachael Grinham leapfrogs Ireland’s Madeline Perry to take over the 3rd spot. May 2011 top 17 (inc. points average): 1  Nicol David MAS 3348; 2  Jenny Duncalf ENG 1654; 3  Rachael Grinham AUS 1251; 4  Madeline Perry IRL 1147; 5  Alison Waters ENG 1132; 6  Kasey Brown AUS 1021; 7  Laura Massaro ENG 978; 8  Omneya Abdel Kawy EGY 956; 9  Camille Serme FRA 788; 10  Annie Au HKG 771; 11  Vanessa Atkinson NED 757; 12  Raneem El Weleily EGY 669; 13  Donna Urquhart AUS 594; 14  Joelle King NZL 579; 15  Low Wee Wern MAS 564; 16  Jaclyn Hawkes NZL 536; 17  Natalie Grinham NED 514.
Nicol David sets sights on Devoy’s world ranking record!
While Nicol David (pic) celebrates her 59th as world number one this month – thus leaving only one player in history who has topped the Women’s World Squash Rankings for a longer period: Michelle Martin. This month David overtakes Australian legend Mar…
David want to take the 50th title in Qatar!
Last year’s champion has been dethroned in this year’s semi-finals. After Malaysian Nicol David (pic ri) ended the run of the young Nour El Tayeb (pic le), when David beat the 17-years-old Egyptian in four games (11-7, 11-2, 5-11, 11-6). David will…
Perry Powers into World’s top three!
Madeline Perry (pic ri) leaps 3 places to a career-high No3 in the latest Women’s World Rankings to become the highest-ranked Irish woman of all-time in the April list published by the WISPA. The list is headed by Nicol David (pic, le), the Malaysian w…
David and Duncalf in dream Cayman climax!
Nicol David and Jenny Duncalf (pic) will contest the dream Cayman Islands Open final – but the world’s top two players prevailed in highly contrasting semi-finals. Top seed Nicol David, the world No1 from Malaysia who is bidding to win the title for a …
Nicol David begins 6th year at the top of the World!
Malaysia’s Nicol David (pic) begins her 6th year as world No1, according to the new January Women’s World Rankings published by the Women’s International Squash Players’ Association (WISPA). The dominant force in women’s squash first topped the ranking…