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  • Axelsen - Man of the Moment

    Axelsen - Man of the Moment

    Sunday, October 15, 2017

    Not many players can claim to have beaten two contemporary legends – Lin Dan and Lee Chong Wei – in back-to-back finals. Viktor Axelsen can. The Dane is clearly the man of the moment; with his Daihatsu Yonex Japan Open triumph over Malaysia’s Lee coming in his first tournament after…

  • As Close As it Gets

    As Close As it Gets

    Wednesday, October 11, 2017

    One measure of the closeness of competition in any category is the difference in ranking points between the elite. In Women’s Singles, the difference between No.1 (Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi) and No.6 (Spain’s Carolina Marin) on the Destination Dubai Rankings is just 5440 points – the lowest difference in all five…

  • Contrasting Styles, Engrossing Rivalry

    Contrasting Styles, Engrossing Rivalry

    Monday, October 09, 2017

    A rivalry between two contrasting pairs blossomed in Men’s Doubles at the last two World Superseries events. Their battles were as much about particular styles of play and approaches to the game, as they were a generational clash. Indonesia’s Marcus Fernaldi Gideon/Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo – ‘Minions’ to their fans -…

  • Fresh Combos Spark Intrigue

    Fresh Combos Spark Intrigue

    Friday, October 06, 2017

    A clutch of new-look Women’s Doubles pairs made ripples in the last two World Superseries events, infusing the category with the kind of unpredictability that it wasn’t traditionally known for. [caption id="attachment_29376" align="alignleft" width="350"] 15006000[/caption] While the top ten have remained more or less constant, there have been interesting developments…

  • Wang/Huang in the Spotlight

    Wang/Huang in the Spotlight

    Tuesday, October 03, 2017

    Wang Yilyu and Huang Dongping stepped out of the shadows of their more accomplished compatriots with impressive back-to-back results at the last two World Superseries events. The Chinese Mixed Doubles pair added a Superseries title to their resume in Japan after failing at the final step the previous week in…

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RANKING COUNTRY PLAYER CHANGE +/- WIN / LOSE PRIZE MONEY POINTS
1
CHN
CHN
0 84 - 35 $212,467.50 44,220
2
INA
INA
0 54 - 24 $375,076.09 40,280
3
JPN
JPN
0 112 - 69 $194,915.23 37,640
4
CHN
CHN
2 0 - 0 $245,566.23 28,360
5
INA
INA
0 65 - 28 $202,609.33 26,360
6
TPE
TPE
2 28 - 20 $45,346.23 25,050
7
DEN
DEN
3 348 - 112 $893,565.86 24,810
8
INA
MAS
6 0 - 0 $674,579.00 24,640
9
TPE
TPE
6 0 - 0 $34,234.87 22,980
10
DEN
DEN
3 132 - 57 $206,114.89 21,660
11
MAS
MAS
0 88 - 37 $341,219.31 21,010
12
THA
THA
3 42 - 26 $120,163.46 20,510
13
INA
INA
1 42 - 18 $30,236.62 20,500
14
THA
THA
4 44 - 45 $22,907.20 19,200
15
JPN
JPN
3 34 - 21 $30,015.10 18,780
16
MAS
MAS
5 19 - 4 $29,116.56 18,280
17
CHN
CHN
4 95 - 41 $498,907.49 18,070
18
TPE
TPE
5 55 - 43 $104,159.47 17,460
19
DEN
DEN
4 0 - 0 $102,382.99 16,560
20
RUS
RUS
3 204 - 92 $177,807.22 16,410
21
HKG
HKG
2 19 - 21 $12,415.61 15,810
22
DEN
DEN
1 65 - 33 $34,144.50 15,460
23
JPN
JPN
3 0 - 0 $161,942.73 13,800
23
HKG
HKG
1 0 - 0 $12,453.73 13,800
25
INA
INA
5 0 - 0 $386,055.00 13,520
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