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Jonathon Power Holds, Ricketts
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Nov 3, 2005 by Howard Harding ©
2005
photo © 2005 Debra Tessier


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[top Americas players]

Power moves up to 2 while Nicol
drops to seventh (photo © 2005 Debra Tessier.)

Whilst Frenchman Thierry Lincou and Canada’s Jonathon
Power stay at one and two, respectively, in the new November Dunlop
PSA Men’s World Squash Rankings, published today (2 November) by the
Professional Squash Association, Australia’s Anthony Ricketts leaps
four places to a career-high No3.

The 26-year-old from Sydney celebrated his long climb
back after knee surgery in 2004 by winning the British Open title for
the first time last month. By displacing compatriot David Palmer, who
falls to six, Ricketts also becomes the highest-ranked Australian for
the first time.

Egypt’s Amr Shabana, who won the Heliopolis Open and
St Louis Open in September, then the Hungarian Open in October, also
celebrates a best-ever ranking by moving to four in the new list.

Englishmen
Lee Beachill and Peter Nicol slip to five and seven, while compatriot
James Willstrop, surprise runner-up in last month’s Dunlop British Open,
maintains his hold on eighth place.


1 [1] Thierry Lincou FRA

2
[2] Jonathon Power CAN

3
[7] Anthony Ricketts AUS

4
[5] Amr Shabana EGY

5
[4] Lee Beachill ENG

6
[3] David Palmer AUS

7
[6] Peter Nicol ENG

8
[8] James Willstrop ENG

9
[11] John White SCO

10
[9] Karim Darwish EGY

11
[12] Nick Matthew ENG

12
[10] Gregory Gaultier FRA

13
[14] Graham Ryding CAN

14
[13] Mohd Azlan Iskandar MAS

15
[15] Olli Tuominen FIN

16
[16] Shahid Zaman PAK

17
[17] Ong Beng Hee MAS

18
[19] Adrian Grant ENG

19
[20] Mohammed Abbas EGY

20
[18] Joseph Kneipp AUS

Among
the Americans, Christopher Gordon fell back sharply
to 91st while Julian Illingworth moved up to 115th.

Other Players from the Americas
in the top 100 (Nov 1 2005):

34 (34) Shahier Razik CAN
43 (41) Matthew Giuffre CAN
50 (48) Eric Galvez MEX
68 (73) Shawn DeLierre CAN
74 (68) Rafael Alarcon BRA
78 (76) Nick Kyme BER
88 (84) David Phillips CAN
91 (79) Christoper Gordon USA
92 (91) Ian Power CAN
98 (93) Kumail Mehmood USA

and the other top Americans:

127 (103) Michael Puertas USA
102 (117) Beau River USA
115 (118) Julian Illingworth USA
223 (226) Preston Quick USA

other notables:

22 (21) Peter Barker ENG
23 (23) Mansoor Zaman PAK
25 (29) Stewart Boswell AUS
28 (26) Laurens Jan Anjema NL
30 (24) Dan Jenson
AUS



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