Nour El Sherbini remains at No.1 ahead of CIB Egyptian Open Champ Nouran Gohar. CIB Nour El Tayeb drops two places to No.5.
CIB Hania El Hammamy drops to No.6 ahead of CIB Salma Hany (No.9) and CIB Rowan Elaraby (No.10).
CIB Ali Farag has recorded his 22nd month at World No.1, meaning he has overtaken the legendary Ramy Ashour to become the third longest-reigning Egyptian men’s World No.1.
Ali captured two titles in September – winning the CIB Egyptian Open in front of the Great Pyramid of Giza before following that up with victory at the Oracle Netsuite Open – and he is behind only CIB Amr Shabana (33) and Mohamed ElShorbagy (50) in the list of longest-reigning Egyptian men’s World No.1s.
Farag’s victories in Cairo and San Francisco have seen him pull away from ElShorbagy, who remains at No.2. New Zealand’s Paul Coll (No.3) is the only non-Egyptian in the top five, and he sits ahead of CIB Tarek Momen (No.4) and CIB Marwan ElShorbagy.
CIB Karim Abdel Gawad (No.6), CIB Fares Dessouky (No.7), while Mostafa Asal is down
Elsewhere, Mazen Hesham moves up a spot to No.13, which is a joint career-high ranking and his highest since December 2015. CIB Mohamed Abouelghar is also on the move as he rises two spots to No.14. Meanwhile, Youssef Soliman enjoys a one-place increase to a career-high No.19 ranking, and as a result, Omar Mosaad drops a place and completes the top 20.