The July WSA World Tour Rankings see an unmoved top 10 at the summer break as just three Tour 5 events and three Challenger events comprised the June calendar.
The highest move at the top of the rankings sees Joelle King of New Zealand leapfrog Samantha Teran of Mexico to occupy the No12 spot. King’s international teammate Jaclyn Hawkes also moves up one place, overtaking Joey Chan of Hong Kong at No17.
English pair Emily Whitlock and Sarah-Jane Perry continue to move up the rankings and both occupy their highest ever placings. Teenager Whitlock rises two places to No30, whilst Perry, fresh from her Corsican Open win, rises to No42.
Megan Craig and Samantha Davies are the highest climbers of the top100 after successful campaigns in Australia and both players rise by 11 places to 71 and 78 respectively.
Competitors in last weekend’s WSA Silver $35K International Des Pyramides event will have to wait until next month’s ranking announcement to see the benefit of their efforts. This is because the final was not played until July 1st which makes it ineligible for inclusion in this month’s release.