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Wispa January report and rankings

Pallikal continues to make history as she enters Top 15

After a quite month for the top girls on the WSA tour, there wasn't too much
movement in the top 20 for the first rankings of 2012.

6 time world champion Nicol David retains her spot at the top for another
month and Jenny Duncalf makes it a further month at no.2. Madeline Perry
leaps back above Laura Massaro to return to number 3 whilst Rachael Grinham
also jumps back above Kasey Brown to return to number 5.

Natalie Grinham moves up to number 8, her highest ranking since August 2010.
Samantha Teran's strong year in 2011, including a semi final place at the
World Open has seen her move up one to number 12, her highest ranking since
November 2010 and one away from her highest ranking of 11.

Dipika Pallikal won her 3rd title of 2011 in December at the Crocodile Cup
in Hong Kong beating Joey Chan in a thriller, 14-12 in the 5th. This win
sees the Indian number 1 record another milestone as she moves up 2 places
to a career high of number 15. Her opponent in the final, Joey Chan, also
reaches a career high by moving up 1 place to number 19.

Outside the top 20 there were career highs by a number of players:

Swiss no.1 Gaby Huber moves up to no.29.

World Junior Semi-Finalist Emily Whitlock moves up to no.33.

Australia's Melody Francis, winner of 5 WSA titles in 2011 moves up to
no.34.

Japanese no.1 Misaki Kobayashi moves up to no.37.

Canadian no.1 Samantha Cornett moves up to no.42.

Czech no.2 Olga Ertlova moves up to no.46.

French no.2 Coline Aumard moves into to the top 50 at no.50 for the first
time.

England's Sarah-Jane Perry moves up to no.65 after winning her first title
at the Manor Open.

There were further career in the top 100 for:

Korean no.1 Ahn Eun Chan moves up to no.52, New Zealand's Amanda
Landers-Murphy moves up to no.54, Hong Kong's Liu Tsz-Ling at no.55,
Australia's Sarah Cardwell at no.57, Brazilian no.1 Thaisa Serafini at
no.59, Welsh no.1 Tesni Evans at no.60, Australia's Tamika Saxby at 71,
USA's Kristin Lange at no.80, New Zealand's Megan Craig at no.81,
Australia's Christine Nunn at no.82, USA's Elpiniki Clement at no.83,
Australia's Vanessa Pickard at no.84, Canada's Genevieve Lessard at no.88,
England's Carrie Ramsay at no.89 and Zephanie Curgenven at no.91, France's
Chloe Mesic at no.93, USA's Sabrina Sobhy at no.95, Scotland's Alex Clark at
no.97 and Australia's Bethany Brazier at no.98

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