CIB Hania El Hammamy has reached a career-high ranking of World No.4 after the release of the November PSA Women’s World Rankings earlier today. The 21-year-old reached the final of the U.S. Open last month and she overtakes France’s Camille Serme, who drops to No.5.
Nour El Sherbini stays at World No.1 for the 13th month in succession ahead of U.S. Open champion CIB Nouran Gohar at No.2.
CIB Salma Hany reaches a career-high No.8 ranking while CIB Nour El Tayeb falls four places to No.9 and CIB Rowan Elaraby completes the top 10, with outside top 10, No.14 Nadine Shahin
CIB Ali Farag has made it 23 months in total at World No.1, with Mohamed ElShorbagy stays at No.2, and CIB Tarek Momen remaining at No.4.
Mostafa Asal has moved up four places to a career-high No.6 ranking, while CIB Fares Dessouky stays at No.7. CIB Marwan ElShorbagy falls three places to No.8, with CIB Karim Abdel Gawad suffers a four-place drop to No.10, which is his lowest ranking since October 2018.
Meanwhile, Mazen Hesham has risen two spots to a career-high No.11 ranking while CIB Mohamed Abouelghar moves up to No.14.