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  • Kidambi on Song – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Kidambi on Song – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Friday, August 11, 2017

    Kidambi Srikanth’s mid-season surge that saw him claim back-to-back World Superseries titles ensured his rise to the top of the Destination Dubai Rankings at the halfway stage of the MetLife BWF World Superseries circuit. Kidambi’s success was a pointer to the fortunes of the younger generation of shuttlers in the…

  • Tai on Top – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Tai on Top – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Friday, August 04, 2017

    Tai Tzu Ying’s semi-final finish at the Crown Group Australian Open helped her reclaim the top spot in the Destination Dubai Rankings at the conclusion of the first half of the MetLife BWF World Superseries season. The Chinese Taipei star (featured image) had slipped to No.2 following a quarter-final exit…

  • Setiawan/Tan Catch the Eye – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Setiawan/Tan Catch the Eye – World Superseries Halfway…

    Friday, July 28, 2017

    Hendra Setiawan and Tan Boon Heong’s strong run at the Crown Group Australian Open saw them climb into eighth spot on the Destination Dubai Rankings – further validation that the veteran pair still have aces up their sleeve. The Indonesian-Malaysian pairing are the most distinctive duo in Men’s Doubles, continuing…

  • Japan Flex Muscles – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Japan Flex Muscles – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Sunday, July 23, 2017

    Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi’s first World Superseries title of the season in Australia saw them climb three places into fifth spot on the Destination Dubai Rankings. The Japanese duo (featured image) took their time to get going, having fallen in the second round of the Yonex All England, but…

  • Jordan/Susanto Vault into Top Ten – World Superseries Halfway Review

    Jordan/Susanto Vault into Top Ten – World Superseries…

    Thursday, July 06, 2017

    Praveen Jordan and Debby Susanto’s impressive run to the final of the CROWN GROUP Australian Open has seen them jump ten places in the Destination Dubai Rankings. The Indonesian Mixed Doubles pair were in sparkling form in Sydney, making the final without losing a game, and enjoying a big lead…

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DESTINATION

DUBAI

RANKINGS

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WORLD SUPERSERIES

DESTINATION DUBAI RANKINGS 2017

FILTER BY
RANKING COUNTRY PLAYER CHANGE +/- WIN / LOSE PRIZE MONEY POINTS
1
KOR
KOR
0 65 - 24 $370,826.83 41,730
2
DEN
DEN
2 0 - 0 $591,332.17 38,450
3
JPN
JPN
1 49 - 23 $98,111.47 38,160
4
JPN
JPN
1 26 - 14 $72,148.84 35,910
5
JPN
JPN
3 234 - 96 $698,649.74 31,680
6
KOR
KOR
1 62 - 23 $409,149.51 31,400
7
CHN
CHN
0 47 - 16 $238,598.75 31,170
8
JPN
JPN
2 87 - 51 $128,021.22 31,130
9
THA
THA
0 53 - 55 $88,111.93 23,670
10
TPE
TPE
1 0 - 0 $24,118.09 22,100
11
CHN
CHN
1 19 - 8 $394,444.98 18,710
12
CHN
CHN
0 0 - 0 $386,930.61 17,350
13
IND
IND
4 0 - 0 $51,429.59 17,180
14
INA
INA
1 30 - 18 $48,572.48 15,620
15
INA
INA
1 28 - 14 $62,121.73 15,250
16
DEN
DEN
2 41 - 35 $25,733.51 15,240
17
CHN
CHN
2 122 - 42 $405,668.74 14,690
18
TPE
TPE
2 1 - 1 $9,244.33 14,180
19
HKG
HKG
6 86 - 83 $89,951.23 12,800
20
THA
THA
1 51 - 43 $62,850.36 12,520
21
TPE
TPE
3 6 - 4 $20,855.55 11,980
22
MAS
MAS
2 106 - 91 $114,962.64 11,860
23
CHN
CHN
2 5 - 0 $88,097.50 10,930
24
BUL
BUL
2 160 - 64 $88,249.76 10,580
25
KOR
KOR
2 0 - 0 $126,073.70 9,920
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