Madeline Perry (IRL)
December World Ranking #9
Irish No. 1 Madeline Perry, at age 35, would be considered by most people to be a veteran on the tour. It seems that she has other ideas, reaching a career high ranking of No. 5 in 2010 and lifting her biggest tournament title, the Australian Open.
Dipika Pallikal (IND)
December World Ranking #10
Dipika Pallikal played her first WSA event at the age of 15, when she entered the Qatar Airways Challenge, and since then has proved an exciting prospect for the women’s game.
Kasey Brown (AUS)
December World Ranking #11
2010 saw Kasey Brown really establish herself as a threat and contender on the WSA tour.
Natalie Grinham (NED)
December World Ranking #14
Natalie is the younger sister of experienced tour regular Rachael Grinham. Natalie chose to move to the Netherlands early in her career in order to maximze her competitive and training opportunities.
Rachael Grinham (AUS)
December World Ranking #16
In her 18 years on the Tour the elder of the two great squash Grinhams (sister Natalie is also playing here this week) has collected 31 championships and been in 26 other finals.
Amanda Sobhy (USA)
December World Ranking #18
Now 19, Amanda Sobhy has been a star on the world stage for more than three years.
Joey Chan (HKG)
December World Ranking #21
Joey's squash playing mother can take the credit for starting her daughter in squash.
Sarah Kippax (ENG)
December World Ranking #22
Sarah has been another top thirty regular for the last couple of years. The 27 year old England International from Chester has been creeping gradually closer to the exclusive top twenty club for the last 12 months and finally made the breakthrough in this months rankings.