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  • Praneeth Makes Big Leap – Destination Dubai Rankings: Men’s Singles

    Praneeth Makes Big Leap – Destination Dubai Rankings:…

    Sunday, May 07, 2017

    Sai Praneeth’s first World Superseries title helped him jump 18 places into 10th spot on the latest Destination Dubai Rankings. The Indian (featured image), who played his first Superseries final in Singapore, showed great composure against compatriot Kidambi Srikanth to claim the crown and net 9,200 points. Chinese Taipei’s Chou…

  • Marin Breathes Down Tai’s Neck – Destination Dubai Rankings: Women’s Singles

    Marin Breathes Down Tai’s Neck – Destination Dubai…

    Thursday, May 04, 2017

    Tai Tzu Ying’s sparkling form might be the talking point of the MetLife BWF World Superseries season, but a certain Carolina Marin hasn’t done too badly either. Chinese Taipei’s Tai has had the badminton world in her thrall with three Superseries victories this season following up on her two late-season…

  • ‘I Hope to be Consistent’: Tai Tzu Ying

    ‘I Hope to be Consistent’: Tai Tzu Ying

    Wednesday, May 03, 2017

    Tai Tzu Ying has blazed a trail in Women’s Singles over the last few months. The Chinese Taipei star has been on a tournament-winning streak since late November 2016. Starting with the Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open, Tai went on to claim the Dubai World Superseries Finals, the Yonex All England,…

  • Boe/Mogensen Leap into Top-Ten – Destination Dubai Rankings: Men’s Doubles

    Boe/Mogensen Leap into Top-Ten – Destination Dubai Rankings:…

    Tuesday, May 02, 2017

    Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen made the biggest jump among top pairs in Men’s Doubles on the Destination Dubai Rankings after winning the OUE Singapore Open. The Danes (featured image), who played in only three Superseries of which they lost in the first round of one (All England) and second…

  • Japan Dominate – Destination Dubai Rankings: Women’s Doubles

    Japan Dominate – Destination Dubai Rankings: Women’s Doubles

    Thursday, April 27, 2017

    Japan’s phenomenal successes in Women’s Doubles this season are reflected in the Destination Dubai Rankings, with four pairs in the top 7. Celcom Axiata Malaysia Open champions Yuki Fukushima/Sayaka Hirota lead the pack with 25690 points,slightly short of the top-ranked Chang Ye Na/Lee So Hee of Korea. Fukushima and Hirota…

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DESTINATION DUBAI RANKINGS 2017

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RANKING COUNTRY PLAYER CHANGE +/- WIN / LOSE PRIZE MONEY POINTS
1
DEN
0 377 - 187 $436,284.50 65,440
2
KOR
0 248 - 137 $267,667.50 60,390
3
CHN
0 122 - 67 $163,387.50 57,410
4
HKG
3 171 - 87 $51,546.00 51,960
5
DEN
1 228 - 95 $201,527.00 46,820
6
GER
2 363 - 193 $157,314.50 44,770
7
DEN
2 278 - 152 $174,869.10 44,380
8
MAS
2 655 - 119 $1,607,407.50 43,510
9
HKG
1 199 - 158 $159,105.00 42,570
10
HKG
1 185 - 153 $108,675.00 42,010
11
TPE
0 220 - 136 $162,958.50 37,740
12
ENG
2 326 - 189 $87,937.80 36,420
13
TPE
1 207 - 154 $70,128.50 35,240
14
INA
4 314 - 148 $261,247.50 33,380
15
CHN
2 328 - 73 $961,950.00 33,100
16
IND
5 221 - 152 $87,936.00 32,430
17
HKG
2 140 - 97 $52,265.00 31,480
18
IND
2 134 - 79 $52,926.00 31,420
19
THA
3 210 - 167 $129,495.00 31,420
20
CHN
5 581 - 81 $831,260.00 31,390
21
MAS
4 144 - 81 $36,673.50 31,200
22
CHN
1 87 - 30 $57,375.00 29,050
23
KOR
1 446 - 143 $275,807.50 27,740
24
INA
2 110 - 47 $32,655.50 27,270
25
IND
0 137 - 75 $163,630.00 25,100
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