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  • Chen Pips Tai to Semis – Day 3: Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017

    Chen Pips Tai to Semis – Day 3:…

    Friday, December 15, 2017

    Chinese teen Chen Yufei nicked a semi-final spot at the Dubai World Superseries Finals from defending champion Tai Tzu Ying with a hard-fought 21-18 13-21 21-18 win over Ratchanok Intanon in Women’s Singles Group B today. Although Tai later beat Korea’s Sung Ji Hyun 21-17 21-11 in the last Group…

  • Kidambi Gets ‘Chou-ed’! – Day 2: Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017

    Kidambi Gets ‘Chou-ed’! – Day 2: Dubai World…

    Thursday, December 14, 2017

    One of the Men’s Singles favourites – Kidambi Srikanth – crashed out of the Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017 tonight, frustrated by his failure to recapture the sparkling form that swept him to four tour titles this season. Again plagued by inconsistency and unsure strokes, India’s top gun fell in…

  • Stubborn Shi Prevails – Day 2: Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017

    Stubborn Shi Prevails – Day 2: Dubai World…

    Thursday, December 14, 2017

    Shi Yuqi created ripples today in Group B of Men’s Singles, working his way to a dogged upset of defending champion Viktor Axelsen at the Dubai World Superseries Finals. What made the result particularly memorable for Shi was that Axelsen looked like he could do no wrong through the early…

  • Axelsen Sizzles; Tai Survives – Day 1: Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017

    Axelsen Sizzles; Tai Survives – Day 1: Dubai…

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017

    Defending singles champions – Viktor Axelsen and Tai Tzu Ying – threw down the gauntlet to challengers tonight at the Dubai World Superseries Finals, winning their opening matches in contrasting fashions. While the imposing Dane polished off Kidambi Srikanth in straight games in just 38 minutes, it took a gritty…

  • Huang/Yu Overcome World Champs – Day 1: Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017

    Huang/Yu Overcome World Champs – Day 1: Dubai…

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017

    Defending champions Chen Qingchen and Jia Yifan were the highest-profile casualties in the opening session of the first day’s play at the Dubai World Superseries Finals, falling to compatriots Huang Yaqiong and Yu Xiaohan. The Women’s Doubles Group A match turned out to be a tense encounter, with World champions…

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DESTINATION DUBAI RANKINGS 2017

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RANKING COUNTRY PLAYER CHANGE +/- WIN / LOSE PRIZE MONEY POINTS
1
KOR
1 290 - 155 $361,870.00 62,980
2
IND
1 174 - 83 $386,752.50 59,500
3
CHN
2 119 - 44 $116,492.50 54,380
4
MAS
3 684 - 129 $1,738,882.50 54,260
5
TPE
2 259 - 154 $242,318.50 54,110
6
HKG
0 199 - 105 $127,903.50 51,400
7
CHN
2 363 - 81 $1,072,727.50 49,280
8
DEN
4 264 - 105 $367,077.00 49,050
9
HKG
1 203 - 171 $136,427.50 45,880
10
DEN
4 134 - 32 $48,845.25 45,580
11
IND
1 165 - 95 $96,606.00 44,110
12
INA
1 132 - 62 $75,955.50 42,110
13
INA
1 109 - 59 $81,980.00 42,000
14
DEN
1 299 - 169 $191,649.10 41,720
15
JPN
2 142 - 75 $75,906.50 39,610
16
CHN
2 617 - 91 $905,405.00 39,140
17
THA
2 227 - 185 $141,710.00 37,810
18
IND
2 176 - 90 $53,912.50 37,460
19
HKG
0 207 - 180 $182,837.50 36,020
20
FRA
0 306 - 211 $76,559.00 35,460
21
TPE
0 181 - 98 $67,116.00 34,750
22
CHN
1 75 - 50 $52,607.50 30,040
23
CHN
1 139 - 80 $234,875.00 29,770
24
JPN
2 104 - 56 $27,758.75 29,610
25
KOR
2 152 - 110 $59,440.00 28,940
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