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Ramasra climbs squash rankings

By JONATHAN RAMNANANSINGH Saturday, February 16 2013

According to the latest Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Rankings, national player Colin Ramasra has climbed 45 places up the global competitive ladder and now sits in position number 271.

This revelation was made by the PSA’s official website, which was updated earlier this month. So far, Ramasra has had a successful start to the 2013 competitive season. At the end of January, Trinidad and Tobago’s lone professional squash player sat in position 316. He also rose 35 spots in the January World Rankings and a total of 84 spots in the World rankings this year so far.

The south-based athlete is determined to increase his overall international status as the competitive year progresses. Ramasra expressed elation with his recent increase in rank and promised to secure better performances on the international stage.

“I am happy with my progress up the rankings this year and aim to continue rising. I have improved significantly in the last three months and it’s only a matter of time before it is fully reflected in my performances and in the rankings.”

The 29-year-old multiple national champion will next compete in the 2013 North American Open, where he will aim to qualify against the world’s top players.

This is a Super Series event. Ramasra is optimistic about this forthcoming meet and welcomed the challenge to elevate his competitive status.

He added, “I am looking forward to playing in my first Super Series event in Richmond, Virginia this month. My goal is to qualify here and keep rising in the World Rankings.”

Ramasra’s highest ever world ranking was at 148. This credible position was secured by the national athlete back in June 2009. His most recent performance was at the Atlanta Open (US) in January, where he was unexpectedly knocked out in the first qualifying round.

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