King climbs latest world rankings4 Apr 2013
Joelle King is back on the improve on the April world ranking list.
The 24-year-old Kiwi is up to number six this month, just one shy of her career high of number five set in October last year.
King is on the improve again after making the semifinals of the KL Open Squash Championships in Malaysia last week.
Meanwhile fellow Kiwi Amanda Landers-Murphy has slipped one place to number 36 this month while Kylie Lindsay is down three to 39.
Megan Craig remains just outside the world's top 50 at number 53 on the April list.
In the PSA men's rankings, Campbell Grayson is now the leading New Zealander, up two places to number 44 this month. Grayson leapfrogs fellow Kiwi Martin Knight, who is down six to number 48.
Evan Williams has resumed his climb up the rankings, after a rare slip on the March list. Williams is up two places to number 85, four short of his career best of 81.
Kashif Shuja is the only other New Zealander in the top 100, down one place to 95 on the April list, although 20-year-old Paul Coll is now knocking on the door after climbing two places to a career best 102.
Full rankings... http://www.squashsite.co.uk/2009/rankings.htm