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Nour El Sherbini stays at World No.1 spot for 22nd consecutive month

has maintained her spot as PSA World No. 1 for the 22nd consecutive month, while Mohamed El Shorbagy remained in second place. 

The Egyptian 22-year-old has already lifted two titles in 2018, namely the Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters and the Tournament of Champions. The titles bring her total to five titles in the season which saw her extend her lead at the No.1 spot. Raneem ElWelily also maintained her second-place spot.

Meanwhile, Nour El Tayeb jumped four spots into third place for the first time ever in her career. Since winning the US Open in October, El Tayeb has reached the semi-finals of the Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters. She then finished runner-up in the Tournament of Champions.

Egypt’s Nouran Gohar dropped a spot from fifth to sixth place.

READ: Interview| Egypt’s squash power couple eyeing more success in 2018

In the men’s rankings, Mohamed El Shorbagy remained in second place after reaching the second round of the Tournament of Champions. also remained in third place after finishing as a semi-finalist in the Tournament of Champions.

and Karim Abdelgawad switched spots, as the younger Shorbagy reached his highest career standing at fourth place. In addition, Tarek Mo’men sat in sixth place and Mohamed Abouelghar occupied the ninth place.

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