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  • Last Shot for China’s Young Guns

    Last Shot for China’s Young Guns

    Friday, December 08, 2017

    Next week’s Dubai World Superseries Finals offers Chen Yufei and He Bingjiao a last shot this year at redeeming China’s prestige at World Superseries events in Women’s Singles. When Chen Yufei fell in the quarter-finals of the Yonex-Sunrise Hong Kong Open last month, it marked the first time China had…

  • Chen and Sato Get Dubai Chance

    Chen and Sato Get Dubai Chance

    Friday, December 08, 2017

    China’s Chen Yufei and Sayaka Sato of Japan will compete in next week’s Dubai World Superseries Finals, having been invited as replacements for two of their injured Women’s Singles peers. Chen replaces Nozomi Okuhara of Japan while Sato will play in place of Spain’s Carolina Marin. There is also a…

  • Chen’s Long Shot to Dubai

    Chen’s Long Shot to Dubai

    Thursday, November 30, 2017

    Olympic champion Chen Long’s late-season form has helped him clinch a spot at the Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017, the year-end finale for the eight top-ranked players and pairs on the MetLife BWF World Superseries. The Chinese Men’s Singles star was languishing at No.20 in the Destination Dubai Rankings in…

  • Marvellous Minions! – Doubles Finals: YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open 2017

    Marvellous Minions! – Doubles Finals: YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong…

    Sunday, November 26, 2017

    Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo soared to their sixth title of the MetLife BWF World Superseries tour today, equalling the 2015 success of Korea’s Lee Yong Dae and Yoo Yeon Seong in the same category. Competing in their eighth Superseries final out of ten events this year, the…

  • Superseries Ends ‘Fitting-Lee’ – Singles Finals: YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open 2017

    Superseries Ends ‘Fitting-Lee’ – Singles Finals: YONEX-SUNRISE Hong…

    Sunday, November 26, 2017

    As if scripted in the stars, the most prolific winner in the history of the BWF World Superseries – Lee Chong Wei – fittingly closed the Badminton World Federation’s flagship tour today by capturing the last Superseries title ever. Bringing the curtains down on the YONEX-SUNRISE Hong Kong Open 2017,…

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RANKING COUNTRY PLAYER CHANGE +/- WIN / LOSE PRIZE MONEY POINTS
1
KOR
1 277 - 149 $325,117.50 40,320
2
IND
1 162 - 82 $317,477.50 39,300
3
TPE
0 253 - 149 $231,668.50 37,570
4
CHN
2 109 - 39 $101,210.00 34,210
5
DEN
11 253 - 103 $311,602.00 33,650
6
MAS
8 672 - 125 $1,689,707.50 32,470
7
HKG
3 193 - 100 $113,528.50 32,400
8
CHN
2 613 - 88 $901,055.00 31,440
9
TPE
4 176 - 94 $56,073.50 31,150
10
INA
3 107 - 54 $39,685.00 29,420
11
INA
3 130 - 57 $49,760.50 29,030
12
IND
3 175 - 86 $77,345.00 28,980
13
DEN
1 293 - 163 $182,759.10 28,920
14
HKG
3 195 - 165 $122,295.00 28,320
15
THA
2 224 - 180 $138,735.00 26,950
16
JPN
1 139 - 70 $68,001.50 25,370
17
INA
2 300 - 161 $231,863.50 24,940
18
HKG
2 205 - 174 $181,787.50 24,880
19
CHN
2 353 - 78 $1,003,890.00 24,220
20
DEN
2 126 - 27 $31,157.75 24,100
21
IND
3 156 - 90 $82,013.50 23,720
22
CHN
1 72 - 45 $42,887.50 22,940
23
CHN
1 139 - 76 $234,875.00 22,230
24
FRA
1 297 - 204 $69,282.75 21,280
25
KOR
0 140 - 106 $58,517.50 21,240
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