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Nicol Stays At One, But Power Moves Up In New World Rankings

In the new November Dunlop PSA Men’s World Rankings, announced
today (3 November) by the Professional Squash Association (PSA), England’s
Peter Nicol holds onto the No1 position – but rival Jonathon Power, the
Canadian whom he meets in today’s final of the West Edmonton Mall Canadian
Open in Edmonton, moves back to fourth place.

London-based Nicol, ahead of Scotland’s John White at
two and Australia’s David Palmer at three, strengthened his pole position
in the rankings by reaching last month’s British Open final in Nottingham,
where he lost to Palmer.

Power, who reached the semi-finals where he lost a five-game
thriller to Nicol, sufficiently improved his ranking points tally over
the absent Thierry Lincou to overtake the Frenchman in the only change
in the top ten standings.

Egypt’s Amr Shabana celebrates a career-high No11 ranking
in the new list, moving ahead of France’s Gregory Gaultier who slips to
12. Shabana, 24, from Cairo, won the Spanish Open in June, but fell at
the first hurdle in Nottingham where he lost to champion Palmer in the
first round.

Two PSA Tour titles in the USA this year – ending a three-year
drought – helped Australia’s Paul Price make his return to the top twenty
at 18. The 27-year-old from Melbourne claimed the Windy City Open in March
and the Santa Barbara Open trophy in September and now shares 18th place
with England’s Mark Chaloner.

1 [1] Peter Nicol
ENG
2 [3] John White SCO
3 [2] David Palmer AUS
4 [5] Jonathon Power CAN
5 [4] Thierry Lincou FRA
6 [6] Anthony Ricketts AUS
7 [7] Ong Beng Hee MAS
8 [8] Karim Darwish EGY
9 [9] Stewart Boswell AUS
10 [10] Lee Beachill ENG
11 [12] Amr Shabana EGY
12 [11] Gregory Gaultier FRA
13 [13] Joseph Kneipp AUS
14 [14] Martin Heath SCO
15 [15] Mansoor Zaman PAK
16 [17] Graham Ryding CAN
17 [16] Simon Parke ENG
18 [21] Paul Price AUS
18 [19] Mark Chaloner ENG
20 [18] Alex Gough WA


Other Players from the Americas
in the top 100 (Nov 1 2003):

27 (25) Shahier Razik CAN
50 (50) Viktor Berg CAN
79 (103) Rafael Alarcon BRA
87 (89) Shawn DeLierre CAN
90 (81) Eric Galvez MEX
94 (97) Matthew Giuffre CAN

and the top American:
108 (111) Beau River USA

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