Badminton Rankings – Men’s Doubles

Badminton Rankings

The Indonesian pair consisting of Marcus and Kevin retained their rank at the top of Men’s Doubles badminton rankings.

Some of the significant upgrades in this category were of the Japanese pair Takeshi & Keigo and the Taiwanese pair, Liao and Su who are now placed at 4th and 10th place respectively.

Rank Player Country Points / Tournaments
1 Marcus Fernaldi Gideon

Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo

Indonesia

Indonesia

102,683 / 14
2 Liu Cheng

Zhang Nan

China

China

77,410 / 15
3 Mathias Boe

Carsten Mogensen

Denmark

Denmark

75,570 / 13
4 Takeshi Kamura

Keigo Sonoda

Japan

Japan

72,685 / 17
5 Li Junhui

Liu Yuchen

China

China

68,785 / 13
6 Mads Conrad-Petersen

Mads Pieler Kolding

Denmark

Denmark

65,853 / 17
7 Takuto Inoue

Yuki Kaneko

Japan

Japan

61,942 / 15
8 Kim Astrup

Anders Skaarup Rasmussen

Denmark

Denmark

57,010 / 18
9 Fajar Alfian

Muhammad Rian Ardianto

Indonesia

Indonesia

55,436 / 14
10 Liao Min Chun

Su Ching Heng

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

53,850 / 16
11 Vladimir Ivano

Vivan Sozonov

Russia

Russia

53,420 / 16
12 Lee Jhe-Huei

Lee Yang

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

52,098 / 17
13 Hiroyuki Endo

Yuta Watanabe

Japan

Japan

50,838 / 12
14 Goh V Shem

Tan Wee Kiong

Malaysia

Malaysia

50,434 / 11
15 Chen Hung Ling

Wang Chi-Lin

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

49,881 / 18
16 Berry Angriawan

Hardianto Hardianto

Indonesia

Indonesia

45,360 / 13
17 Wahyu Nayaka Arya

Ade Yusuf Santoso

Indonesia

Indonesia

42,680 / 10
18 Takuro Hoki

Yugo Kobayashi

Japan

Japan

42,556 / 13
19 Lu Ching Yao

Yang Po Han

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

41,900 / 19
20 He Jiting

Tan Qiang

China

China

41,782 / 11
21 Marcus Ellis

Chris Langridge

England

England

41,008 / 14
22 Satwiksairaj Ranki Reddy

Chirag Shetty

India

India

39,566 / 15
23 Ong Yew Sin

Teo Ee Yi

Malaysia

Malaysia

38,594 / 10
24 Tinn Isriyanet

Kittisak Namdash

Thailand

Thailand

38,380 / 16
25 Mathias Christiansen

David Daugaard

Denmark

Denmark

37,620 / 14
26 Chung Eui Seok

Kim Dukyoung

Korea

Korea

37,357 / 15
27 Han Chengkai

Zhou Haodong

China

China

37,136 / 12
28 Attri Manu

Reddy B. Sumeeth

India

India

36,082 / 21
29 Hendra Setiawan

Mohammad Ahsan

Indonesia

Indonesia

35,830 / 8
30 Jason Anthony Ho-Shue

Nyl Yakura

Canada

Canada

35,133 / 13
31 Mark Lamsfuss

Marvin Emil Seidel

Germany

Germany

34,980 / 17
32 Jones Ralfy Jansen

Josche Zurwonne

Germany

Germany

34,937 / 17
33 Mohammad Ahsan

Rian Agung Saputro

Indonesia

Indonesia

33,898 / 6
34 Jelle Maas

Robin Tabeling

Netherlands

Netherlands

33,780 / 14
35 Huang Kaixiang

Wang Yilyu

China

China

32,930 / 7
36 Kasper Antonsen

Niclas Nohr

Denmark

Denmark

32,400 / 15
37 Kim Won Ho

Seo Seung Jae

Korea

Korea

32,269 / 10
38 Arjun M.R.

Ramchandran Shlok

India

India

31,978 / 16
39 Aaron Chia

Wooi Yik Soh

Malaysia

Malaysia

29,952 / 9
40 Ben Lanes

Ean Vendy

England

England

29,816 / 14
41 Dechapol Puavaranukroh

Kittinupong Kedren

Thailand

Thailand

29,812 / 15
42 Or Chin Chung

Tang Chun Man

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

29,445 / 10
43 Bodin Isara

Nipitphon Phuangphuapet

Thailand

Thailand

28,270 / 8
44 Peter Briggs

Tom Wolfenden

England

England

26,994 / 16
45 Chooi Kah Ming

Low Juan Shen

Malaysia

Malaysia

26,630 / 10
46 Jacco Arends

Ruben Jille

Netherlands

Netherlands

26,290 / 16
47 Angga Pratama

Ricky Karandasuwardi

Indonesia

Indonesia

25,670 / 6
48 Inkarat Apisuk

Tanupat Viriyangkura

Thailand

Thailand

25,050 / 13
49 Bastian Kersaudy

Julien Maio

France

France

24,904 / 13
50 Philip Chew

Ryan Chew

USA

USA

24,493 / 15

For Women’s Doubles Badminton Rankings move on to the next page!

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