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  • It’s Japan’s Day! – Doubles Finals: CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017

    It’s Japan’s Day! – Doubles Finals: CROWN GROUP…

    Sunday, June 25, 2017

    Japan enjoyed heady success at the CROWN GROUP Australian Open, clinching two doubles titles in addition to the Women’s Singles crown. Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi and Takeshi Kamura/Keigo Sonoda made it three out of three for Japan; both Japanese doubles pairs won their first World Superseries title of the year after…

  • Srikanth, Okuhara Sizzle – Singles Finals: CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017

    Srikanth, Okuhara Sizzle – Singles Finals: CROWN GROUP…

    Sunday, June 25, 2017

    The dream held it spell into the second straight week for Kidambi Srikanth as he won the CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017 against Olympic champion Chen Long. His Men’s Singles triumph today capped a stellar run that began with his runner-up finish at the OUE Singapore Open, followed by the…

  • Tan/Setiawan in Title Bout – Day 5: CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017

    Tan/Setiawan in Title Bout – Day 5: CROWN…

    Saturday, June 24, 2017

    Tan Boon Heong and Hendra Setiawan achieved a rare feat on Saturday at the CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017, becoming one of the few trans-national partnerships in a World Superseries final. The Malaysian and the Indonesian, partners since January this year, showed glimpses of their heyday as they stormed past…

  • Three-in-a-Row for Srikanth – Day 4: CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017

    Three-in-a-Row for Srikanth – Day 4: CROWN GROUP…

    Saturday, June 24, 2017

    Immaculate. Kidambi Srikanth’s third World Superseries final in a row happened with a perfect execution of tactics, as the Indian’s dream season extended into the CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017 in Sydney today. With his demolition job of China’s Shi Yuqi (21-10 21-14), Srikanth became the first Men’s Singles player…

  • Chen Wins All-Star Battle – Day 4: CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017

    Chen Wins All-Star Battle – Day 4: CROWN…

    Friday, June 23, 2017

    Chen Long survived three match points to get the better of Lin Dan in the Men’s Singles quarter-finals of the CROWN GROUP Australian Open 2017 today. It was a session that almost saw two veteran stars overshadow their younger rivals. While Lin nearly pulled the plug on Chinese compatriot Chen,…

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DESTINATION DUBAI RANKINGS 2017

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RANKING COUNTRY PLAYER CHANGE +/- WIN / LOSE PRIZE MONEY POINTS
1
TPE
1 239 - 142 $210,668.50 22,040
2
DEN
1 242 - 100 $311,602.00 21,790
3
MAS
2 665 - 122 $1,686,207.50 20,350
4
CHN
0 597 - 83 $894,380.00 18,700
5
HKG
0 185 - 95 $106,178.50 18,660
6
THA
0 218 - 172 $135,915.00 17,630
7
HKG
0 191 - 160 $120,195.00 17,620
8
CHN
5 100 - 35 $84,735.00 17,050
9
KOR
2 261 - 144 $306,767.50 16,180
10
IND
18 164 - 82 $37,595.00 15,460
11
TPE
0 161 - 88 $37,913.50 14,240
11
INA
0 299 - 156 $231,863.50 14,240
13
HKG
3 205 - 168 $180,562.50 14,180
14
IND
14 148 - 80 $172,927.50 14,060
15
IND
0 226 - 157 $94,656.00 13,150
16
FRA
3 288 - 198 $67,337.75 12,800
17
KOR
11 138 - 102 $53,442.50 12,680
18
DEN
0 286 - 158 $178,259.10 12,580
19
CHN
10 129 - 72 $219,125.00 12,310
20
CHN
10 68 - 41 $38,087.50 12,240
21
DEN
7 118 - 22 $27,657.75 11,740
21
INA
12 99 - 50 $31,985.00 11,740
23
GER
3 368 - 199 $169,452.00 11,140
24
INA
7 118 - 51 $36,975.50 11,090
25
CHN
8 335 - 75 $969,390.00 10,370
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