KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 1, 2011): Malaysia's squash queen Datuk Nicol David remained the Women's International Squash Players Association (Wispa)'s world number one player for the 62nd successive month since taking over the spot in August 2007.
Nicol who won her maiden Australian Open title on Aug 16, continued to strengthen her current position as world number one.
The Wispa official website, www.wispa.net stated that Nicol was leading with 300 points after competing in three World Series competitions – Caymans Island Open, CIMB Malaysian Open and Australian Open.
The 28-year-old Penang lass is not only topped the Wispa World Rankings leader board, but also the leader board in the Wispa World Series standings.
Meanwhile, her arch-rival, Jenny Duncalf from England took second spot with 195 points, and Rachael Grinham of Australia is third with 105 points.
Two other Malaysian top women players – Low Wee Wern and Delia Arnold – maintained their 17th and 23rd placing, respectively.
Meanwhile, Siti Munirah Jusoh has moved up two rungs and improved her current ranking to 45th placing, Pushppa Devi (131), Rachael Arnold (155) and Zulhijjah Azan (184).