Source : PSA World Tour
The October PSA World Rankings were released yesterday. A few changes were made to the former rankings.
Gawad meanwhile remains at World No.2 for a fifth straight month but has narrowed the gap on World No.1 Gregory Gaultier, with the Frenchman holding up a fifth successive month at the top while Mohamed ElShorbagy, the man who beat Gawad to the title in San Francisco, remains at World No.3.
Ali Farag (5), Marwan ElShorbagy (6), Tarek Momen (8) and Fares Dessouky (9) complete a six-strong Egyptian presence within the Top 10, with England’s James Willstrop (7) and New Zealand’s Paul Coll (10) occupying the remaining positions in an unchanged line up.
Outside the Top 10, former World No.1 Ramy Ashour has moved up three places to No.11 following his victory at the 2017 J.P. Morgan China Open in early September, moving ahead of Germany’s Simon Rösner, fellow Egyptian Mohamed Abouelghar and England’s Daryl Selby – who sits one place above Elias.