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Ranking as of 29th June 2018

Badminton Rankings – Men’s Singles

Badminton Rankings

Denmakr’s Viktor Axelsen retained his top rank followed by Korea’s Son Wan and China’s Shi Yuqi who are placed at 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Three players in the Top 20 including India’s Sameer Verma, Sai Praneeth and Thailand’s Khosit experienced an upgrade in their rank.

Rank Name Country Win – Lose Points / Tournaments
1 Viktor Axelsen Denmark 282 -109 75,904 / 9
2 Son Wan Ho Korea 304 -164 72,172 / 16
3 Shi Yuqi China 145 – 49 70,012 / 13
4 Chou Tien Chen Chinese Taipei 275 -164 64,734 / 16
5 Chen Long China 376 – 86 62,468 / 10
6 Lee Chong Wei Malaysia 705-134 62,423 / 12
7 Kidambi Srikanth India 191 – 91 57,535 / 9
8 Lin Dan China 630 – 97 54,233 / 12
9 Ng Ka Long Angus Hong Kong 208-113 54,178 / 15
10 Anthony Sinisuka Ginting Indonesia 124 – 68 50,475 / 14
11 Kento Momota Japan 213 – 66 49,757 / 11
12 Kenta Nishimoto Japan 118 – 63 48,687 / 12
13 Prannoy H. S. India 174-101 48,500 / 10
14 Jonatan Christie Indonesia 149 – 70 47,683 / 14
15 Wang Tzu Wei Chinese Taipei 190 -108 45,682 / 14
16 Anders Antonsen Denmark 190 -108 45,517 / 14
17 Wong Wing Ki Vincent Hong Kong 142 – 36 43,158 / 15
18 Sameer Verma India 206 -179 41,671 / 12
19 Khosit Phetpradab Thailand 147 – 59 41,472 / 15
20 Sai Praneeth B. India 150 – 91 41,107 / 14
21 Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus Denmark 190 – 98 40,959 / 13
22 Brice Leverdez France 306 -175 40,354 / 17
23 Jeon Hyeok Jin Korea 316 -221 40,320 / 11
24 Tommy Sugiarto Indonesia 314 –169 39,120 / 11
25 Mark Caljouw Netherlands 151 – 83 38,300 / 15
26 Suppanyu Avihingsanon Thailand 189 -137 37,805 / 16
27 Lee Dong Keun Korea 161 116 37,679 / 12
28 Rasmus Gemke Denmark 84 – 32 37,344 / 13
29 Kazumasa Sakai Japan 147 – 82 37,176 / 11
504 Muhammad Irfan Saeed Bhatti Pakistan 8 – 6 1,960 / 2

 


Badminton Rankings – Women’s Singles

Badminton Rankings

Chinese Taipei’s Tai Tzu Ying is placed at the top of the Women’s singles badminton rankings followed by Japan’s Akane and India’s Pusarla who are placed at 2nd and 3rd position respectively.

Japan’s Sayaka replaced Aya Ohori while Gao Fangjie replaced Cheung Ngan Yi to place themselves at the 14th and 19th respectively.

Rank Name Country Win – Lose Points / Tournaments
1 Tai Tzu Ying Chinese Taipei 303 – 128 85,917 / 11
2 Akane Yamaguchi Japan 224 – 74 83,403 / 13
3 Pusarla V. Sindhu India 264 – 110 78,824 / 13
4 Ratchanok Intanon Thailand 314 – 141 74,647 / 14
5 Chen Yufei China 134 – 54 69,729 / 14
6 Carolina Marin Spain 311 – 97 64,816 / 12
7 He Bingjiao China 149 – 53 59,599 / 14
8 Nozomi Okuhara Japan 215 – 72 54,847 / 10
9 Sung Ji Hyun Korea 330 – 165 54,673 / 16
10 Saina Nehwal India 392 – 165 54,474 / 11
11 Nitchaon Jindapol Thailand 200 – 130 49,462 / 15
12 Beiwen Zhang USA 216 – 104 47,690 / 13
13 Michelle Li Canada 275 – 118 46,001 / 20
14 Sayaka Takahashi Japan 180 – 73 43,086 / 9
15 Mia Blichfeldt Denmark 143 – 67 42,662 / 17
16 Aya Ohori Japan 136 – 66 41,876 / 12
17 Lee Jang Mi Korea 103 – 53 41,614 / 14
18 Sayaka Sato Japan 211 – 140 41,156 / 16
19 Gao Fangjie China 54 – 25 41,146 / 10
20 Cheung Ngan Yi Hong Kong 102 – 100 40,401 / 15
21 Evgeniya Kosetskaya Russia 142 – 87 38,491 / 16
22 Kim Hyo Min Korea 124 – 78 37,790 / 13
23 Pai Yu Po Chinese Taipei 119 – 112 37,772 / 16
24 Pornpawee Chochuwong Thailand 151 – 76 37,692 / 15
25 Line Højmark Kjaersfeldt Denmark 166 – 115 35,609 / 17
26 Beatriz Corrales Spain 256 – 130 35,453 / 17
27 Chen Xiaoxin China 51 – 31 34,735 / 11
28 Minatsu Mitani Japan 154 – 113 34,520 / 11
29 Busanan Ongbamrungphan Thailand 190 – 119 34,499 / 14
30 Kirsty Gilmour Scotland 222 – 104 33,540 / 11

 

Badminton Rankings – Men’s Doubles

Badminton Rankings

The Indonesian pair, Marcus and Kevin still hold the top rank in the Men’s doubles badminton rankings followed by Chinese and Denmark pair who are placed at 2nd and 3rd place respectively.

The English pair, Marcus and Chris jumped 4 ranks to break into the Top 20 and are now placed at the 17th position.

Rank Name Country Win – Lose Points / Tournaments
1 Marcus Fernaldi Gideon

Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo

Indonesia

Indonesia

130 – 37 98,483 / 12
2 Liu Cheng

Zhang Nan

China

China

61 – 22 75,850 / 13
3 Mathias Boe

Carsten Mogensen

Denmark

Denmark

429 – 132 75,570 / 11
4 Mads Conrad-Petersen

Mads Pieler Kolding

Denmark

Denmark

191 – 85 64,293 / 15
5 Li Junhui

Liu Yuchen

China

China

149 – 59 62,825 / 11
6 Takeshi Kamura

Keigo Sonoda

Japan

Japan

179 – 100 59,085 / 14
7 Lee Jhe-Huei

Lee Yang

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

90 – 58 54,448 / 17
8 Chen Hung Ling

Wang Chi-Lin

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

110 – 74 53,881 / 16
9 Kim Astrup

Anders Skaarup Rasmussen

Denmark

Denmark

160 – 92 53,360 / 16
10 Takuto Inoue

Yuki Kaneko

Japan

Japan

100 – 59 50,072 / 12
11 Vladimir Ivanov

Ivan Sozonov

Russia

Russia

251 – 116 49,820 / 14
12 Fajar Alfian

Muhammad Rian Ardianto

Indonesia

Indonesia

93 – 43 49,316 / 12
13 Liao Min Chun

Su Ching Heng

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

53 – 20 47,860 / 14
14 Lu Ching Yao

Yang Po Han

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

71 – 35 43,200 / 17
15 Takuro Hoki

Yugo Kobayashi

Japan

Japan

60 – 47 42,216 / 10
16 Goh V Shem

Tan Wee Kiong

Malaysia

Malaysia

145 – 62 41,384 / 9
17 Marcus Ellis

Chris Langridge

England

England

102 – 56 41,008 / 14
18 Berry Angriawan

Hardianto Hardianto

Indonesia

Indonesia

40 – 16 40,980 / 11
19 Satwiksairaj Ranki

Reddy Chirag Shetty

India

India

48 – 30 38,326 / 12
20 Chung Eui Seok

Kim Dukyoung

Korea

Korea

28 – 26 38,207 / 14
21 Mark Lamsfuss

Marvin Emil Seidel

Germany

Germany

54 – 36 36,320 / 18
22 Jones Ralfy Jansen

Josche Zurwonne

Germany

Germany

53 – 32 34,937 / 17
23 Tinn Isriyanet

Kittisak Namdash

Thailand

Thailand

25 – 25 34,810 / 14
24 Mathias Christiansen

David Daugaard

Denmark

Denmark

96 – 59 34,740 / 12
25 Wahyu Nayaka Arya Pangkaryanira

Ade Yusuf Santoso

Indonesia

Indonesia

99 – 54 34,640 / 8
26 Kim Won Hos

Eo Seung Jae

Korea

Korea

25 – 14 34,469 / 11
27 Attri Manu

Reddy B. Sumeeth

India

India

111 – 104 34,362 / 19
28 Mohammad Ahsan

Rian Agung Saputro

Indonesia

Indonesia

23 – 12 33,898 / 6
29 Jason Anthony Ho-Shue

Nyl Yakura

Canada

Indonesia

Indonesia

35 – 15 33,753 / 12
30 Han Chengkai

Zhou Haodong

China

China

36 – 19 33,636 / 10

 

Badminton Rankings – Women’s Doubles 

The Japanese pair Yuki and Sayaka retained their rank at the top of Women’s Doubles  badminton rankings followed by Chinese and Denmark’s pair who are placed at 2nd and 3rd respectively.

A total of 7 pairs in the Top 20 experienced an upgrade in their ranks with the Japanese pair Ayako and YUkiko jumping 5 ranks up to place themselves at the 19th position.

Rank Name Country Win – Lose Points / Tournaments
1 Yuki Fukushima

Sayaka Hirota

Japan

Japan

113 – 42 78,038 / 14
2 Chen Qingchen

Jia Yifan

China

China

129 – 35 76,146 / 13
3 Kamilla Rytter Juhl

Christinna Pedersen

Denmark

Denmark

265 – 103 74,594 / 11
4 Misaki Matsutomo

Ayaka Takahashi

Japan

Japan

317 – 115 72,642 / 13
5 Shiho Tanaka

Koharu Yonemoto

Japan

Japan

84 – 38 69,161 / 13
6 Greysia Polii

Apriyani Rahayu

Indonesia

Indonesia

36 – 13 60,405 / 12
7 Jongkolphan Kititharakul

Rawinda Prajongjai

Thailand

Thailand

108 – 74 59,182 / 14
8 Lee So Hee

Shin Seung Chan

Korea

Korea

111 – 56 56,329 / 9
9 Gabriela Stoeva

Stefani Stoeva

Bulgaria

Bulgaria

214 – 93 50,655 / 15
10 Della Destiara Harisrizki Amelia Pradipta Indonesia

Indonesia

29 – 16 50,270 / 13
11 Yu Xiaohan

Huang Yaqiong

China

China

48 – 16 43,790 / 8
12 Naoko Fukuman

Kurumi Yonao

Japan

Japan

121 – 75 42,370 / 9
13 Du Yue

Li Yinhui

China

China

20 – 15 41,248 / 9
14 Chow Mei Kuan

Lee Meng Yean

Malaysia

Malaysia

69 – 58 39,222 / 12
15 Chayanit Chaladchalam

Phataimas Muenwong

Thailand

Thailand

80 – 53 39,049 / 15
16 Anggia Shitta Awanda

Ni Ketut Mahadewi Istarani

Indonesia

Indonesia

62 – 36 38,824 / 10
17 Baek Ha Na

Lee Yu Rim

Korea

Korea

26 – 10 38,653 / 11
18 Mayu Matsumoto

Wakana Nagahara

Japan

Japan

58 – 29 38,620 / 8
19 Ayako Sakuramoto

Yukiko Takahata

Japan

Japan

48 – 11 37,350 / 7
20 Maiken Fruergaard

Sara Thygesen

Denmark

Denmark

70 – 64 36,138 / 16
21 Emilie Lefel

Anne Tran

France

France

49 – 38 36,101 / 19
22 Selena Piek

Cheryl Seinen

Netherlands

Netherlands

20 – 11 35,060 / 14
23 Jung Kyung Eun

Chang Ye Na

Korea

Korea

26 – 17 32,700 / 7
24 Isabel Herttrich

Carla Nelte

Germany

Germany

59 – 52 31,807 / 13
25 Anastasia Chervyakova

Olga Morozova

Russia

Russia

57 – 32 31,463 / 11
26 Ashwini Ponnappa

Reddy N. Sikki

India

India

28 – 27 31,256 / 11
27 Chloe Birch

Jessica Pugh

England

England

27 – 17 31,142 / 13
28 Kim So Yeong

Kong Hee Yong

Korea

Korea

15 – 9 31,080 / 7
29 Ekaterina Bolotova

Alina Davletova

Russia

Russia

32 – 18 31,046 / 12
30 Lauren Smith

Sarah Walker

England

England

37 – 24 31,033 / 13

 

Badminton Rankings – Mixed Doubles 

Badminton Rankings

Chinese pair Wang and Huang are placed at the top of the Mixed Doubles badminton rankings followed by Hong Kong’s Tang and Tse and Indonesia’s Tontowi and Liliyana who are placed at 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Germany’s pair Mark and Isabel upgraded their ranks by two places as Chinese Taipei’s pair of Wang and Lee experienced a downgrade in their ranks.

Rank Name Country Win – Lose Points / Tournaments
1 Wang Yilyu

Huang Dongping

China

China

50 – 17 70,580 / 11
2 Tang Chun Man

Tse Ying Suet

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

51 – 25 66,420 / 14
3 Tontowi Ahmad

Liliyana Natsir

Indonesia

Indonesia

286 – 79 63,050 / 8
4 Zheng Siwei

Huang Yaqiong

China

China

30 – 3 60,820 / 7
5 Mathias Christiansen

Christinna Pedersen

Denmark

Denmark

25 – 8 56,980 / 9
6 Goh Soon Huat

Shevon Jemie Lai

Malaysia

Malaysia

56 – 22 51,670 / 14
7 Marcus Ellis

Lauren Smith

England

England

45 – 15 46,970 / 11
8 He Jiting

Du Yue

China

China

43 – 17 43,630 / 9
9 Chris Adcock

Gabrielle Adcock

England

England

215 – 125 43,070 / 9
10 Mark Lamsfuss

Isabel Herttrich

Germany

Germany

62 – 42 42,900 / 16
11 Wang Chi-Lin

Lee Chia Hsin

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

41 – 33 41,740 / 13
12 Praveen Jordan

Debby Susanto

Indonesia

Indonesia

126 – 68 41,620 / 8
13 Marvin Emil Seidel

Linda Efler

Germany

Germany

62 – 45 41,400 / 15
14 Jacco Arends

Selena Piek

Netherlands

Netherlands

133 – 92 40,410 / 15
15 Tan Kian Meng

Lai Pei Jing

Malaysia

Malaysia

74 – 41 39,760 / 14
16 Hafiz Faizal

Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja

Indonesia

Indonesia

16 – 11 38,580 / 11
17 Evgenij Dremin

Evgenia Dimova

Russia

Russia

111 – 70 38,490 / 15
18 Zheng Siwei

Chen Qingchen

China

China

117 – 21 38,350 / 4
19 Lee Chun Hei Reginald

Chau Hoi Wah

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

126 – 91 37,860 / 11
20 Chan Peng Soon

Goh Liu Ying

Malaysia

Malaysia

229 – 125 37,530 / 8
21 Ben Lane

Jessica Pugh

England

England

62 – 47 35,660 / 14
22 Ronan Labar

Audrey Fontaine

France

France

46 – 31 34,700 / 15
23 Niclas Nohr

Sara Thygesen

Denmark

Denmark

82 – 43 34,600 / 12
24 Pranaav Jerry Chopra

Reddy N. Sikki

India

India

54 – 35 34,510 / 9
25 Choi Solgyu

Chae Yujung

Korea

Korea

75 – 41 34,350 / 8
26 Chan Peng Soon

Cheah Yee See

Malaysia

Malaysia

18 – 11 33,890 / 10
27 Zhang Nan

Li Yinhui

China

China

47 – 12 32,090 / 5
28 Lee Yang

Hsu Ya Ching

Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei

19 – 28 30,970 / 14
29 Mikkel Mikkelsen

Mai Surrow

Denmark

Denmark

59 – 20 30,690 / 12
30 Robin Tabeling

Cheryl Seinen

Netherlands

Netherlands

29 – 29 28,740 / 15

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