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  • Axelsen, Lee in Title Clash – Day 4: Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017

    Axelsen, Lee in Title Clash – Day 4:…

    Saturday, December 16, 2017

    Defending champion Viktor Axelsen reached his third straight Men’s Singles final at the Dubai World Superseries Finals with a demolition job of China’s Shi Yuqi. In the final tomorrow at Hamdan Sports Complex, Axelsen faces familiar foe Lee Chong Wei (Malaysia), a four-time champion at the World Superseries Finals who…

  • Doubles Drama – Day 4: Dubai World Superseries Finals 2017

    Doubles Drama – Day 4: Dubai World Superseries…

    Saturday, December 16, 2017

    Intriguing storylines were to the fore today as pairs from Hong Kong, Indonesia and Japan swept into tomorrow’s finale of the Dubai World Superseries Finals, eyeing a significant slice of the million-dollar jackpot. Whether it was the courage and determination of the under-strength world No.1 duo of Marcus Fernaldi Gideon…

  • Pusarla Faces Chen Test

    Pusarla Faces Chen Test

    Saturday, December 16, 2017

    India’s Pusarla V Sindhu takes on China’s Chen Yufei, while Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi faces Thailand’s Ratchanok Intanon in the Women’s Singles semi-finals of the Dubai World Superseries Finals tomorrow. The draw for the semi-finals was conducted today following the conclusion of the group stage. Pusarla faces Chen, who made the…

  • 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…

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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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