World Ranking

Massaro and Elshorbagy taking the top!

The World's top 10 players in the overview, as Mohamed Elshorbagy retains the No1 position...
Egypt’s Mohamed Elshorbagy has regained top spot in the January 2016 Men’s World Rankings just one month after losing out on the World No.1 Ranking to 2015 World Champion Gregory Gaultier.

Nick Matthew back on top of the World!

"2013 was very special. Winning the World Championship in Manchester was amazing and winning in Hong Kong after so many years of trying was a great way to end the year," Nick Matthew said.
2013 World Champion Nick Matthew overtook Egypt's Ramy Ashour and Frenchman Greg Gaultier to top the 1st PSA Men's World Squash Rankings of 2014.

Ramy still at the top of the World!

The 25-year-old (here in chat with the French MC) 1st topped the rankings at the beginning of 2010. But it was in January this year that Ashour began his latest run as the world's highest-ranked player
Ramy Ashour moves into his 7th successive month at the top of the PSA Men's World Squash Rankings to establish his longest unbroken run as World No1in the July list published by the Professional Squash Association.

Ramy Ashour reaches historic ranking heights!

"For any player to put together an unbeaten run of 36 matches in the era is incredible, particularly given the very high standard and depth currently on the Tour," said PSA COO Lee Beachill.
Egypt's Ramy Ashour (le) heads the April Dunlop PSA Men's World Squash Rankings, published by the Professional Squash Association, with the highest points average ever recorded.

Sherbini becomes youngest ever World top ten star!

World No1 Nicol David and new world No7 Nour El Sherbini presenting their trophies at the prize giving of the Allam British Open 2012 (photo: Steve Cubbins).
It is the Egyptian teenagers who got the headlines for the WSA June Rankings, as Nour El Sherbini (ri) reach the final of the Allam British Open in May, beating 3 higher seeds on the way to be the youngest and the 1st Egyptian female in a British Open ...

Willstrop at the top – Matthew gets closer!

Nick Matthew celebrating his 3rd British Open title to close the gap to his leading compatriot James Willstrop in the world rankings (photo: Jordan Mansfield)
Historic title success in last month's Allam British Open has seen Nick Matthew (pic) reduce the gap behind James Willstrop in the new June Dunlop PSA Men's World Rankings - but fellow Englishman Willstrop holds onto the top spot ...

Willstrop extends World Ranking lead!

England’s James Willstrop (le) and Frenchman Greg Gaultier (ri) are leading April’s PSA Men's World Squash Rankings.
England's James Willstrop (le) has extended his lead at the top of the new April PSA Men's World Squash Rankings, as the 28-year-old is celebrating his 3rd month in pole position after 1st topping the rankings in January ...

Willstrop leeds new World rankings!

James Willstrop's book "Shot and a Ghost" has been already discusssed in the squash scene very controversial (photo: screen shot PSA)
The new World No1, England’s James Willstrop celebrated two things: 1st to be back on top and 2nd, the release of his book “Shot and a Ghost”. After last month’s victory of the North American Open Willstrop opened up a 250 point lead ...
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