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David Completes Two Years As World No1

Malaysia's Nicol David rounds off her second complete year as world number one in the July Women's World Squash Rankings published by the Women's International Squash Players' Association.

The 24-year-old from Penang scored a notable victory last month in Korea where she won the Seoul Open in convincing style. The triumph not only marked her sixth successive title on the WISPA World Tour, but it also brought her career title total to 28 - ahead of all her Tour rivals for the first time!

After first topping the world rankings in January 2006, Nicol David began her unbroken two-year reign as world No1 in August 2006.

David heads an unchanged top seven, with Natalie Grinham at two; her older sister Rachael Grinham at three; USA's Natalie Grainger at four; England's Tania Bailey and Jenny Duncalf at five and six, respectively; and New Zealander Shelley Kitchen at No7.