ISLAMABAD - Pakistan trio Aamir Atlas Khan, Farhan Mehboob Khan and Yasir Butt jumped up in their world ranking of Professional Squash Association (PSA) while top national player Mansoor Zaman slipped three steps down from 30 to 33. Egyptian Amr Shahbana maintained his top position in the fresh international ranking that has been announced on Thursday. Yasir Butt moved 10 steps ahead to enter the top 50 slots by occupying 48th position. However, left handed Farhan Mehboob Khan reached 43 rung by moving seven steps forward. Aamir Atlas Khan, the winner of the last Chief of Army Staff (COAS) International Squash Championship 2008 three weeks ago, held here at Mushaf Squash Complex, left behind his compatriot Mansoor Zaman in the first time in his career in the ranking of squash. Aamir grabbed 32nd position by adding some points to reach at world number 32 from 33. Aamir defeated Yasir Butt in straight games 3-0 in the final of COAS international squash championship. Fahim Gul, national squash coach termed the improvement of the ranking national players good omen for the future of squash. "The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has comprehensive plans to provide opportunities to our players to improve their international ranking. Also, federation is providing equal chances to all players for international exposure. However, Yasir Butt and Aamir Atlas will deliver in upcoming international events and they will improve their international ranking with reasonable pace," he said while talking to The Nation on Thursday. He said that federation would provide maximum opportunities to international competitions. "Our goal is to catapult minimum duo players in top ten during the next two years. As the boys will play more matches their international ranking will certainly go up. We will achieve our set targets well in time," he concluded.