Tue. Jul 23rd, 2019

BWF Ranking: HS Pranay A place, a big leap for Laxman Sen

BWF Ranking

Indian shuttlers did not reach the group stage earlier in Thomas and Uber Cup last week, but their outing in the Bangkok program showed an increase in world rankings this week. HS Pranay has achieved a place in the eighth place in the BWF  Ranking released on Thursday, May 31, 2018, to match the best ranking of his career.

In the absence of Kindi Shrikant, he was the highest-ranking player for India in the men’s singles team, who chose to rest and rest. The latter stays at fourth place in the ranking chart.

BWF Ranking

Sai Pranit is also ranked at 18th position, while Sameer Ver

Sen climbed 16 spots in the 72nd position of career Beyond the top 50, Saurabh Verma is 64 and the Subhankar de 67 is in the position. But the biggest lover is Laxman Sen, 16, who made 16 career spots at the top 72 in the career climbs to number 20 in the 20th position. 2014 Commonwealth Games champion Parupalli Kashyap also came in 40th place.

Youngsters made remarkable appearances in the New Zealand Open and Thomas Cup. In both tournaments, he managed to take a game twice from the Olympic champion Lin Dan

No change for Saina and Sindhu; Jakka rises

There is no change for Saina and Sindhu; Jakka rises There is no change in ranking for India’s top two shuttle queens in the women’s singles. PV Sindhu is third in the list, India number one and Saina Nehwal is also making her the 10th position. The 16-year-old Vaishnavi Reddy Zakaka, who won a match in the Uber Cup, went up four places to reach the career-best ranking of 52nd position.

Doubles pairs of India’s top two men – Satvikasraj Ranchadedi-Chirag Shetty and Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy are in the 18th and 22nd positions, respectively.

Arjuna MR and Ramachandran Shlok, who were also part of India’s Thomas Cup team, reached some spot at the 36th spot.

In the women’s doubles, Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy slipped to the single spot in 28th place while Meghana Zakkumpudi and Purvishisha S. Ram came in at 37th place, at 37th place. The mixed doubles pair of Pranav Jerry Chopra and Sikki Reddy is now 21st. National champion Ponnappa and Ranchadeed remained at number three in the 58th position.

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