Karachi: Pakistan’s all top squash players faced slump in their international rankings for the month of July according to rankings published by Professional Squash Association (PSA).
Pakistan’s only representative in elite top 50 last month, Nasir Iqbal fall 10 places down from 43rd place to 53rd spot, following which there is now no Pakistani player left among top fifty players.
Farhan Zaman, who occupied 56th spot last month fell two places down to 58th. Danish Atlas Khan slumped down nine places and he now occupies 74th spot.
Danish’s elder brother and former Pakistan No 1 Aamir Atlas Khan fell four places down to 87th position. Tayyab Aslam sank seven places down to 95th spot.
Dubai based Pakistani squash player Khwaja Adil Maqbool fell two places down and he now sits at the brink of Top-100 list at 100th spot.
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