Egyptian World No.1s Ali Farag and Raneem El Welily have prolonged their respective advantages at the pinnacle of the men’s and ladies’ PSA World Tour Finals Leaderboard.
The PSA World Tour Finals will take region in Cairo, Egypt, from June nine-14 and will characteristic each a men’s and girls’ tournament.
The reigning World Champions and all seven PSA World Tour Platinum winners will qualify for the distinguished occasion. The ultimate locations are allotted to the best-ranked players on the PSA World Tour Finals leaderboard, and points are on offer in any respect PSA World Tour occasions all through the season.
Farag endured his sturdy run of shape, which has seen him declare six PSA titles this season, after triumphing each the DPD Open Squash and El Gouna International this month.
The World No.1 sits at the top with 21,225 points, with compatriot and World No.2 Mohamed ElShorbagy in 2nd area on 15,615, World No.3 Tarek Momen in 0.33 and Karim Abdel Gawad in fourth.
Both ElShorbagy and previous World No.1 Gawad have already sealed their locations on the season-ending match. ElShorbagy won both the U.S. Open and Hong Kong Open titles, whilst Gawad claimed victory at December’s Black Ball Squash Open.
Germany’s Simon Rösner, New Zealand’s Paul Coll, Peru’s Diego Elias, and Egypt’s Mohamed Abouelghar occupy the ultimate places within the pinnacle eight leaderboards.
Meanwhile, on the ladies’ leaderboard, El Welily heads the standings with sixteen,455 points after winning 3 successive PSA World Tour tournaments, including the Black Ball Squash Open, DPD Open Squash, and the El Gouna International.
Compatriot and World Champion Nour El Sherbini remains in 2nd area on 12,1/2 points, with World No.3 Nour El Tayeb behind her on eight,360 points.
France’s Camille Serme actions as much as fourth after reaching the El Gouna International and DPD Open Squash’s semi-finals whilst New Zealand’s Joelle King sits in fifth but has already claimed her region on the season-ending event after prevailing the Hong Kong Open in November.
England’s Sarah-Jane Perry, Egypt’s Nouran Gohar, and Wales’ Tesni Evans keep the ultimate 3 spots inside the pinnacle eight at the women’s leaderboard.