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Squash - 04. October 2007.

Nicol David Maintains World Number One Ranking





David maintains a healthy lead ahead of Australian rival Natalie Grinham, the world No2 - while Natalie's older sister Rachael Grinham, who beat the Malaysian in last month's final of the Dunlop British Open, has strengthened her hold on third place.

Whilst England's Tania Bailey and Vicky Botwright remain in fourth and sixth place, respectively, in the latest list, compatriot Laura Lengthorn-Massaro returns to the top ten at 10 after retaining her title in the Wolverhampton Open last month.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong's Rebecca Chiu rises two places to record a career-high 13th place in the October rankings. The 28-year-old former Asian Games champion enjoyed a highly successful month in September - winning the Crocodile Challenge Cup and NSC Tour 10 No1 to bring her WISPA World Tour title tally to 13.

Victory in last week's Icelandair Group Classic, the maiden event in the new WISPA Premiere Series, sees England's Dominique Lloyd-Walter return to the top 20 after an eight-month gap.

1 [1] Nicol David MAS

2 [2] Natalie Grinham AUS

3 [3] Rachael Grinham AUS

4 [4] Tania Bailey ENG

5 [5] Natalie Grainger USA

6 [6] Vicky Botwright ENG

7 [7] Omneya Abdel Kawy EGY

8 [8] Madeline Perry IRL

9 [9] Vanessa Atkinson NED

10 [12] Laura Lengthorn-Massaro ENG

11 [11] Shelley Kitchen NZL

12 [10] Jenny Duncalf ENG

13 [15] Rebecca Chiu HKG

14 [13] Alison Waters ENG

15 [14] Engy Kheirallah EGY

16 [16] Kasey Brown AUS

17 [17] Annelize Naude NED

18 [19] Sharon Wee MAS

19 [22] Dominique Lloyd-Walter ENG

20 [18] Isabelle Stoehr FRA

For the complete WISPA ranking list, see www.wispa.net

Issued by Howard Harding on behalf of WISPA

Women’s International Squash Players' Association

Tel: (+44) 1737-243333; Mobile: (+44) 7773-325130; Email: HowHard@aol.com

WISPA: Tel: (+44) 20 7222 1667; Email: wispahq@aol.com

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