In the Professional Squash Association’s (PSA) world ranking for June, 20-year-old Egyptian squash champion Nour El-Sherbini has maintained her grasp on the coveted women’s international top ranking for the second consecutive month.
El-Sherbini maintained her top place, despite exiting the 2016 PSA World Series in Dubai, in the semi-finals, where she lost to English player Laura Massaro.
In May, Massaro, who won the 2016 PSA World Series, was ranked second. In June, she stayed in second place internationally.
El-Sherbini is one of three Egyptians in the top five, along with Raneem El-Welily, who maintained her position in third.
Egypt’s 18-year-old Nouran Gohar was ranked sixth in May. In June, she moved up one position, to acquire fifth place.
Malaysia’s eight-time world champion, Nicol David, also moved up one place from fifth in May to fourth in June.
In the top 10, French Camille Serme dropped from fourth place in May down to the sixth best player internationally in June, while Egypt’s Omneya Abdel Kawy maintained her place as the seventh.
PSA Women’s World Rankings Top 20 – June 2016
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