There have been mixed results for New Zealand's top players in the latest PSA world squash rankings released today.
Waikato athlete Joelle King remains at No.9 in the women's world rankings, however, Paul Coll has dropped down a couple of places to No.13 in the world.
The 25-year-old from Greymouth plays in the men's US$70,000 Motor City Open in Detroit starting today against Englishman Nathan Lake. Auckland's Campbell Grayson who came through qualifying faces Peru's Diego Elias in the first round who is the tournament fourth seed. Matches can be viewed on LiveStream here.
Twenty-nine-year-old King plays this week at the women's US$50,000 Cleveland Classic starting tomorrow. She takes on a qualifier in the first round.
The New Zealand squash team for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games will be named on Wednesday 7th February.