The best players of the month, according to the rating Professional Squash Association, stay mohammed Shorbagi and Nur Sherbini.
Karim Abdel Gawad He moved to 3 ranking place after, as PSA men's world rankings published (1 November).
25-year-old Egyptian in October won the champion Gregory Gaultier на пути к полуфиналу Delaware Investments US Open. In the World Series tournament in Hong Kong Karim Gawad took 2 Rami Ashura place after losing in the finals with a score of 3:2 . But on home soil in Giza, Tournament Aly-Ahram Open, I took 1 a place.
Gawad ahead of compatriot Omar Mosaad, which descends to the number 4, while mohammed Shorbagi improves his record on top of the world rankings after winning the US Open – 2, 257.500 points.
Финалист US Open, three-time world champion Nick Matthew, remains 5 place, while the Egyptian duo Ali Farag and Marvan Šorbagi take 6 and 7 a place, respectively.
Miguel Angel Rodriguez It returned to the top 10 after a month of stay abroad and takes 8 a place. Tarek Mommen and the winner of the tournament World Series in Hong Kong Frames Ashour rounded out the top 10 best players in the world.
After an impressive month, in which he reached the final of NetSuite Open and semi-finals of the World Series at the US Open tournament in the last two years, №1 former world rankings (January 2012) James Vilstrop jumps in the ranking on 8 steps – from 20 on 11 a place.
Frenchman Mathieu castanets descends to 2 steps – to №12, while Simon Rösner, Cameron Pilli, Wrestling Golan and rajan Kaskel also lose their position in the ranking, and take 13, 14, 15 and 16 a place, respectively.
Englishman Chris Simpson returns to the world's top 20 for the first time since April, 2014 years and currently holds the title of world's top 20 players.
World champion among juniors Apart Goar breaks into the top three for the first time in the history of his career. Egyptian Gohar made a stunning start to the season after winning the World Series tournament in Hong Kong.
Her compatriot, Nour El Sherbini, holds first place, while an Englishwoman Laura Massaro still occupies 2 a place. The winner of the Al-Ahram, Early Al Velilla, moves up to 4 a place, surpassing Malayan eightfold world champion Nicol David.
Open Championship winner U.S. Open Camille SERMÉ changes in the standings with “one player” USA amandola Rooms, zanimaya№ 6 and number 7, respectively. Omeya Abdel Kavi, Zhoэly King and Эlison Waters completing the top ten.
Outside of the top 10 – Englishwoman Emily Whitlock It rises up the rankings for this month in the 2 stage and takes the record of his career 14 a place. While, Nour El Tayeb drops out of the top 15 and №16. Jenny Dankalf, Rachel Griham and Joe Chen occupy the last three places in the top 20.
Two Ukrainian skvoshistok in the top 150: Nadezhda Usenko – (№80 place) and Liana Sardak (№134 place).