Team USA’s Sabrina Sobhy moved up three places in the PSA World Tour rankings this week to reach a new career high of world No. 13.
With the points for the 2022 CIB Egyptian Open expiring, there have been a number of movements inside the women’s top twenty, and Sobhy has been one of the beneficiaries.
The likes of Tesni Evans and Sarah-Jane Perry have seen their rankings tumble, meaning Sobhy has broken into the top 13 of the world for the first time.
The 26-year-old suffered a disappointing last 32 exit at the Qatar Classic earlier this month but will aim to make amends when she lines up on home soil at the U.S. Open between October 7-14. Sobhy’s U.S. Open will open against world No. 7 Nele Gilis on Sunday, October 8, at 5:35pm.
Sobhy’s season started on a high note at the Paris Open where she upset world No. 3 Hania El Hammamy in the second round.