Nicol David, Raneem El Weleily and Laura Massaro continue to head up the rankings, whilst teenager Nour El Sherbini sits at No.4, followed by Alison Waters, Low Wee Wern and Joelle King.
The highest change comes following Madeline Perry’s impressive performance in the WSA Gold 50 Cleveland Classic where the Irishwoman, seeded eighth, reached the semi-finals. She switches places with Natalie Grinham to occupy No.11 and 12 respectively.
Delaware Open winner Sarah Jane Perry continues to climb the ranks after claiming her fifth WSA title last month. The 22-year-old from Birmingham, England reaches yet another career high as she rises three places to sit at No.26.
Perry’s fellow 22-year-old, Heba El Torky of Egypt also rises three places to occupy No.30 following a respectable semi-final appearance at the Delaware Open last month.
Joshana Chinappa claims her career high ranking of No.27 after reaching the first round of the Cleveland Classic, whilst Misaki Kobayashi and Coline Aumard were the biggest movers in the Top50, both climbing four places to reach No.37 and 39 respectively.