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  • Rising Sons Shine – Day 5: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017

    Rising Sons Shine – Day 5: DAIHATSU YONEX…

    Saturday, September 23, 2017

    Unheralded in badminton’s top flight, Takuto Inoue and Yuki Kaneko, lifted Japanese spirits today with an incredible performance that etched their names in their country’s badminton history. Partners since age 13, this pair savoured the finest moment of their careers, beating Russia’s Vladimir Ivanov and Ivan Sozonov in the DAIHATSU…

  • ‘Lee-thal’ Performance – Day 5: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017

    ‘Lee-thal’ Performance – Day 5: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan…

    Saturday, September 23, 2017

    Playing better and better with each match, Lee Chong Wei today proved rumours of his demise are significantly exaggerated, striding into the finals of the DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017 in commanding style. The Malaysian Men’s Singles maestro stunned Chinese young gun, Shi Yuqi, in 39 minutes – 21-19 21-8…

  • ‘Mixed’ Opportunity – Day 4: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017

    ‘Mixed’ Opportunity – Day 4: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan…

    Friday, September 22, 2017

    Three pairs, yet to establish themselves in Mixed Doubles, advanced to the DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017 semi-finals today; one of them ousting the top seeds along the way. Seeking their second successive final on the MetLife BWF World Superseries tour, Wang Yilyu and Huang Dongping of China spared their…

  • Okuhara ‘Crowds Out’ Sindhu – Day 3: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017

    Okuhara ‘Crowds Out’ Sindhu – Day 3: DAIHATSU…

    Thursday, September 21, 2017

    Pint-sized Nozomi Okuhara stood tall on home turf this afternoon, figuratively towering over arch-rival Pusarla V Sindhu whom she beat in straight games to reach the DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017 quarter-finals. Revelling in the loud support she received from her countrymen who packed Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium for the second-round…

  • Russians Rule! – Day 3: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017

    Russians Rule! – Day 3: DAIHATSU YONEX Japan…

    Thursday, September 21, 2017

    Vladimir Ivanov and Ivan Sozonov did not make the same mistake as their Indonesian counterparts, holding their nerves to win a gruelling battle versus the Men’s Doubles World champions today in Tokyo. The Russians (featured image) romped into the quarter-finals of the DAIHATSU YONEX Japan Open 2017, thanks to a…

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RANKING COUNTRY PLAYER CHANGE +/- WIN / LOSE PRIZE MONEY POINTS
1
IND
1 154 - 81 $186,227.50 34,260
2
TPE
1 244 - 146 $210,668.50 30,310
3
CHN
4 104 - 37 $86,835.00 27,790
4
KOR
1 269 - 146 $307,992.50 27,480
5
HKG
1 189 - 97 $107,403.50 26,580
6
CHN
2 606 - 86 $896,555.00 26,400
7
MAS
4 672 - 124 $1,686,207.50 24,670
8
DEN
4 247 - 103 $311,602.00 24,450
9
CHN
7 345 - 76 $969,390.00 24,220
10
IND
3 170 - 83 $72,845.00 23,160
11
TPE
2 163 - 90 $37,913.50 22,510
11
THA
2 222 - 177 $138,735.00 22,510
13
HKG
2 191 - 162 $122,295.00 22,500
14
DEN
6 289 - 160 $178,259.10 20,280
15
CHN
6 134 - 74 $230,375.00 20,010
16
JPN
4 136 - 66 $30,001.50 19,450
17
INA
3 299 - 158 $231,863.50 19,120
18
HKG
3 205 - 171 $181,787.50 19,060
19
INA
0 124 - 54 $43,635.50 19,010
20
CHN
2 71 - 43 $40,262.50 18,500
21
DEN
4 123 - 24 $27,657.75 18,280
22
INA
1 100 - 52 $37,060.00 18,000
23
IND
1 145 - 86 $57,566.00 16,460
24
FRA
6 293 - 201 $69,282.75 15,460
25
KOR
1 138 - 104 $58,517.50 15,420
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