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Rodriguez And Rösner Rise In World Rankings
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Rodriguez And Rösner Rise In World Rankings

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Colombian Miguel Angel Rodriguez has moved up one place in the June PSA World Rankings to occupy the World No.4 berth and become the first South American squash player of all-time, and the first player from either American continent since the legendary Jonathan Power, to rank amongst the sport's illustrious top four.

The high-flying crowd-favourite has enjoyed a meteoric rise through the PSA World Rankings in 2015, first breaking into the top ten in January before rising to No.6 courtesy of a run of career-best finishes at some of the sport's most prestigious tournaments, including collecting the Motor City Open title.

After reaching the semi-finals of both the Grasshopper Cup and Allam British Open inside the last two months, Rodriguez now moves ahead of current World Champion Ramy Ashour to occupy the World No.4 spot behind the dominate trio of Mohamed Elshorbagy, Nick Matthew and Gregory Gaultier.

"It's been a great start to the year for me, achieving some important victories and results in World Series events especially," said Rodriguez.

"I believe I have been very consistent, and have persevered, to get to where I am and I have been a lot more disciplined in my game without losing my style.

"The work done off court now is more specific in terms of quality over quantity and I've kept my desire to achieve better results with a positive attitude. I think if I had not believed that I could have been top ten then I would never have achieved it so I believe that anything is possible now and I will continue to try and perform at my best.

"My aim now is to maintain my rhythm in competition play so that I can improve on my results from 2014 and hopefully reach my first World Series final."

Just two places below Rodriguez in the rankings is German Simon Rösner, the powerful man from Paderborn who continues his own surge through the rankings to a career-best of No.6 - a third career-best ranking inside four months - while Omar Mosaad also climbs two places to a new career high of World No.7.

PSA WORLD RANKINGS – Top 20 June 2015

RANK

NAME

NATION

POINTS

UP/DOWN

1

Mohamed Elshorbagy

EGY

1764.000

 =

2

Nick Matthew

ENG

1173.500

=

3

Gregory Gaultier

FRA

1140.500

=

4

Miguel Angel Rodriguez

COL

706.000

↑1

5

Ramy Ashour

EGY

581.500

↓1

6

Simon Rösner

GER

565.500

↑1

7

Peter Barker

ENG

541.500

↓1

7=

Omar Mosaad

EGY

541.500

↑2

9

Tarek Momen

EGY

537.500

 ↑1

10

Amr Shabana

EGY

462.000

↓2

11

Mathieu Castagnet

FRA

429.500

 =

12

Borja Golan

ESP

428.636

 =

13

Marwan Elshorbagy

EGY

401.818

 =

14

Karim Abdel Gawad

EGY

395.500

↑2

15

Daryl Selby

ENG

363.500

↓1

16

Max Lee

HKG

332.273

↑1

17

Stephen Coppinger

RSA

332.000

↑1

18

James Willstrop

ENG

313.500

↓3

19

Cameron Pilley

AUS

306.364

↑1

20

Fares Dessouki

EGY

295.500

↓1

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