The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has released its world ranking of male squash players for March 2016, in which five Egyptian squash players are among the top 10 international players.
Egyptian Mohamed El-Shorbagy topped the list with 18,935 points; French Grégory Gaultier came in second place acquiring 16,920 points, while England’s Nicholas Matthew came in third with 12,885 points.
Egyptians Omar Mosaad and Ramy Ashour came in fourth (with 10,515 points) and fifth (with 5,750 points) respectively.
Sixth and seventh places were taken by Egypt’s Tarek Momen (6,300 points) and Karim Abdel Gawad (6,580 points) respectively.
As for the eighth place, it went to Colombian Miguel Ángel Rodríguez at 6,430 points; in ninth place Germany’s Simon Rösner with 6,010 points; and in tenth place France’s Mathieu Castagnet with 5,605 points.
Mohamed El-Shorbagy’s brother, Marwan El-Shorbagy, came in eleventh place with 6,035 points.
As for Egyptian and international champions, Ali Farag and Mazen Hesham obtained fourteenth place with 4,170 points and seventh place with 4,095 points respectively.
Australian Cameron Pilley was ranked twelfth (5,310 points), English James Willstrop thirteenth (4,245 points), Australian Ryan Cuskelly fifteenth (5,065 points), English Daryl Selby sixteenth (4,970 points), Hong Kong’s Max Lee eighteenth (4,790 points), Indian Saurav Ghosal nineteenth (4,765 points), and Spanish Borja Golán came twentieth (4,600 points).