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Harding © 2003, photos © Debra Tessier and SquashTalk ©
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Rachael Grinham (right)
moves up to # 3, Vicky Botwright (left) gets career best #11

While the top two
positions remain unchanged in the November Women’s World Squash Rankings,
announced today (2 November) by the Women’s International Squash Players’
Association (WISPA), Australian sisters Rachael & Natalie Grinham
celebrate career-best rises in the new list.

Rachael, the Cairo-based Queenslander who claimed the
biggest title of her career last month when she won the British Open,
moves up to a career-equalling best No3, behind New Zealand’s world No1
Carol Owens and No2 Natalie Grainger, of the USA.

Younger sister
Natalie Grinham’s quarter-final berth in the British Open, followed by
her US Open semi-final finish against the seedings, takes the 25-year-old
from Toowoomba to a career-high No7.

Cassie Jackman
resumes her position as the highest-ranked Englishwoman in the new list
by moving two places to No4 after winning the US Open title in October
for a fourth time.

Cassie Jackman (photo ©
2003 Debra Tessier) moves up to # 4

Her compatriot
Vicky Botwright also celebrates a best-ever ranking: The 26-year-old from
Manchester, who was the only unseeded player to reach the last eight of
the British Open, rises two positions to No11.

The biggest jump
in the top twenty was achieved by England’s Jenny Duncalf, the 20-year-old
former European Junior Champion from Harrogate in Yorkshire who makes
her debut in the top twenty. After knocking world No2 Natalie Grainger
out of the US Open, then claiming her maiden title on the WISPA World
Tour last week when she won the USA’s Atlanta Masters as the sixth seed,
Duncalf celebrates a six-place leap to No16.

Hong Kong’s Rebecca Chiu also marks a career-best placing
in the new list, at 17.

1 [1] Carol Owens NZL
2 [2] Natalie Grainger USA
3 [4] Rachael Grinham AUS
4 [6] Cassie Jackman ENG
5 [3] Linda Charman ENG
6 [5] Vanessa Atkinson NED
7 [8] Natalie Grinham AUS
8 [7] Tania Bailey ENG
9 [9] Rebecca Macree ENG
10 [10] Jenny Tranfield ENG
11 [13] Vicky Botwright ENG
12 [11] Stephanie Brind ENG
13 [12] Fiona Geaves ENG
14 [14] Omneya Abdel Kawy EGY
15 [15] Shelley Kitchen NZL
16 [22] Jenny Duncalf ENG
17 [18] Rebecca Chiu HKG
18 [20] Madeline Perry IRL
19 [17] Pamela Nimmo SCO
20 [16] Isabelle Stoehr FRA

AMERICAS
PLAYERS IN THE TOP 100:
21
[21] Latasha Khan USA
34 [33] Shabana Khan USA
39 [40] Meredeth Quick USA
41 [39] Samantha Teran MEX
45 [45] Melanie Jans CAN
58 [58] Julia Beaver USA
61 [73] Runa Reta CAN
68 [64] Marnie Baizley CAN
75 [70] Dana Betts USA
70 [74] Carlin Wing USA
78 [81] Katie Patrick CAN
88 [97] Tara Mullins CAN
96 [99] Louise Lefebvre CAN
99 [102] Carolyn Russell CAN


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