PSA World Rankings April 2016

India’s leading men’s player Saurav Ghosal improved by a rung to 18 in the April rankings released by the PSA while the highest ranked Indian Joshna Chinappa remained on 14.

The other highlights are:

Dipika Pallikal went down by a single digit to 19 and the third Indian woman was Sachika Ingale who rose to her career high of 81.

In the men’s section, Mahesh Mangaonkar, improving with each outing lately jumped to 58 from his previous 65. Harinder Pal Sandhu, nursing a hamstring injury has dropped to 71 but the overseas Indian Vikram Malhotra made a huge leap from 125 to 92 now. Kush Kumar maintains his position in the 90’s.

PSA – MenRANK 18Saurav Ghosal, 58Mahesh Mangaonkar, 71Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu, 92Vikram Malhotra, 95Kush Kumar, 151Ramit Tandon, 233Ravi Dixit, 258Ranvijay Singh, 272Supreet Singh, 317Sandeep Ramachandran, 322Abhinav Sinha, 334Vijay Kumar, 352Abhay Singh, 366Velavan Senthilkumar

PSA – WomenRANK 14Joshna Chinappa, 19Dipika Pallikal, 81Sachika Ingale, 119Janet Vidhi, 186Akanksha Salunkhe, 186Ashita Pranaya Bhengra, 207Harshit Jawanda, 207Nikita Joshi, 207Tanvi Khanna

About Cyrus Poncha
I was born and lived in Bombay before moving to Chennai in 2001 to coach the Indian national squash team....what a journey its been!!

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