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  • Saina Nehwal: ‘I Feel Lighter On Court’

    Saina Nehwal: ‘I Feel Lighter On Court’

    Friday, January 20, 2017

    The last few months have been an eventful period in Saina Nehwal’s life. The Indian had to contend with a knee problem that derailed her Olympic hopes; surgery followed and she recovered quicker than she expected. There were developments off-court as well: she was named a member of the IOC…

  • Zwiebler Hungry Despite Setbacks

    Zwiebler Hungry Despite Setbacks

    Wednesday, January 18, 2017

    Marc Zwiebler could not live up to his expectations at the Rio Olympics. However, in the aftermath of his bitter early exit, the German learned a useful lesson from one of the greats of the game. Zwiebler revealed that he had met up with Lee Chong Wei following the Malaysian’s…

  • Danish Duo Relish Rio Memories

    Danish Duo Relish Rio Memories

    Tuesday, January 17, 2017

    Christinna Pedersen and Kamilla Rytter Juhl can look back with contentment at a tremendous 2016 season. The Danes, currently No.2 in the World Rankings, won the Olympic silver and two World Superseries titles – the Yonex Open Japan and the Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open – which made it their career’s…

  • Yamaguchi Looks to Build on 2016 Successes

    Yamaguchi Looks to Build on 2016 Successes

    Monday, January 16, 2017

    In the hyper-competitive world of Women’s Singles, one of those who could look back at a successful 2016 season was Akane Yamaguchi. The Japanese teen broke a three-year drought of World Superseries titles with her victory at the Victor Korea Open. She carried that form into Odense, where she won…

  • Sasaki Says Sayonara

    Sasaki Says Sayonara

    Thursday, January 12, 2017

    Japan’s long-time Men’s Singles competitor Sho Sasaki has retired from international badminton; his last international match being a group-stage loss to England’s Rajiv Ouseph at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The left-hander was a mainstay of Japan’s campaigns for close to a decade. Although the 34-year-old never won a major…

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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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