quiet month in the menís world rankings with only one player
inside the PSA top twenty moving more than one place.
British Open win sees him close the gap on Yorkshire rival
James Willstrop, but the top five remain unchanged at
Willstrop, Matthew, Gaultier, Ashour and new dad Darwish.
Peter Barker swaps
places with Amr Shabana to make it three Englishmen in the
Lincou makes another
return to the top ten thanks to his Bluenose Classic win,
- probably still thinking about being two and a half games
up against Ashour at the O2 - moves up two places to number
Outside the top twenty
Kemp, soon to be
married, reaps the reward of being the only qualifier to get
past the British Open first round by rising four places to
Salazar jumps seen
places to make his debut in the top 50.
little more movement in the womenís list, capped by a
spectacular rise for 16-year-old Egyptian
Sherbini who adds
another youngest-ever accolade to her collection.
Her reward for reaching the British Open final is an
eight-place jump to WSA number 7, making her the
youngest-ever in the top ten - and she beat the players at
4, 5 and 6 in the new list on her way to that final!
Nicol David remains
peerless at the top with well over double the points of her
nearest rival, with Englandís
Massaro at numbers 2
and 3 and Raneem El Weleily at a career-high number 4.
continues her comeback with a rise of four places to 24,
which would see her straight into the main draw of World
Series events (if there were any coming up), while Chennai
Chinappa rise 17 and
22 places respectively to numbers 43 and 49.
PSA June top 20
WSA June top 20