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WSA: Nicol’s 82nd month on top as Kippax climbs

Alan Thatcherhttps://squashmad.com
Founder of World Squash Day, Squash Mad and the new Squash 200 Partnership, building clubs of the future. Founder of the Kent Open and co-promoter of the St. James's Place Canary Wharf Classic. Author and Public Speaker.

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sarah-kippax_tnUnchanged Top 10 in July Ranking

The July WSA World Rankings provide an unchanged top 10 after a quiet month on the WSA Tour.

Nicol David extends her stay at the top of the rankings for an 82nd consecutive month. Laura Massaro remains the closest that anyone has been to closing that gap in over three years after success at the British Open in May.

Raneem El Weleily, Alison Waters and Joelle King remain no.3, no.4 and no.5 respectively.

The only change in the top 20 sees Sarah Kippax leapfrog Nour El Tayeb to no.19, her highest ranking since January 2012.

Outside the top 20 a few players record career high rankings, Emily Whitlock at no.23, Deon Saffery at no.47 and Barossa Valley Open finalist Tong Tsz-Wing at no.49 making four Hong Kong players in the top 50 for the first time ever.

July 2013 top 20 (inc. points average):

1 Nicol David 2782.35
2 Laura Massaro 2348.75
3 Raneem El Weleily 1896.88
4 Alison Waters 1413.89
5 Joelle King 1097.89
6 Low Wee Wern 981.842
7 Jenny Duncalf 935.0
8 Madeline Perry 912.136
9 Natalie Grinham 862.353
10 Kasey Brown 770.4
11 Nour El Sherbini 760.938
12 Camille Serme 702.059
13 Omneya Abdel Kawy 671.062
14 Annie Au 581.316
15 Dipika Pallikal 530.974
16 Rachael Grinham 488.048
17 Donna Urquhart 451.5
18 Sarah-Jane Perry 434.167
19 Sarah Kippax 378.25
20 Nour El Tayeb 378.031

For full list – see www.wsaworldtour.com

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