Joshna Chinappa rises to 10th, Deepika Pallikal remains at 19th in squash rankings
Indian squash player Joshna Chinappa ros to 10th while Deepika Pallikal remained static at 19th in the latest Professional Squash Association (PSA) rankings.
New Delhi: Indian squash player Joshna Chinappa rose to 10th while Deepika Pallikal remained static at 19th in the latest Professional Squash Association (PSA) rankings.
Chinappa, who who had slipped to 12th after initially breaking into top-10 in July, has regained the position even as Pallikal held on to the 19th position.
In the men's rankings, Saurav Ghosal dropped to 21st from his previous perch of 17th. Mahesh Mangaonkar gained a position to be on 60th, while Vikram Malhotra remained 73rd. Harinder Pal Sandhu improved to 79th. In the women's section, Sachika Ingale slipped to 84.
Chinappa and Ghosal had gone out in the quarterfinal stage of the USD 100,000 ChinaOpen, a PSA World Tour event.
French Open semi-finalist Zidansek, the world number 50, overcame a sluggish start and breezy conditions to beat the 125-ranked Burel on the central clay court at the Stade-Lausanne tennis club.
Ruud, seeded No 1, beat Coria 6-3, 6-3 after winning in the semis against Spain's Roberto Carballes Baena. He did not drop a set in the tournament.
Rashid Khan finds himself in an even shorter format that will see him turning out for the Nottingham-based Trent Rockets when they begin their Hundred campaign at home to the Southern Brave.