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Paul Casey
No-man's land is unwanted territory for Briton Casey

ASH England (Reuters) - Britain's Paul Casey, third in the world in 2009 before injuries and divorce sent him spiraling down the rankings, is looking at this week's World Match Play Championship as a chance to get back in the top 50. Casey, who is based in Phoenix, Arizona, slumped as low as 169th on the list before victory at the 2013 Irish Open sparked a revival. The 37-year-old Englishman has slowly worked his way back up to 66th in the world and a strong showing at the London Club could see him return to the top 50, a position that offers a place at all the leading tournaments. "I'm kind of in that no-man's land and it's difficult trying to play on both...