Joshna Chinappa

New Delhi, Sep 11 (IANS) Indian squash player Joshna Chinappa climbed two spots to be at the 10th spot, while Dipika Pallikal retained her 19th spot in the latest Professional Squash Association (PSA) rankings announced on Sunday.

Joshna who had earlier slipped to 12th spot in July has 3,985 points while Pallikal retained her spot with 2,975 points. Another women squash player Sachika Ingale slipped to 84th spot.

In the men’s rankings, Saurav Ghosal dropped to 21st spot while Mahesh Mangaonkar gained a position to be at 60th spot. Vikram Malhotra remained static at 73rd spot.

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