Badminton BWF World Ranking Womens Singles
She began the season on the right note and looked to have a lot of momentum until the pandemic started. Sindhu has been a former World No. 2, but her form since her World Championships triumph dipped, which resulted in her sliding down the rankings to No. 7. Barring a quarterfinal at the French Open, the badminton ace couldn’t do anything of note at the end of last year. The in-form HS Prannoy, who recently became world No. 1 in the BWF World Tour 2022 Rankings, continued his surge up the world rankings as well and is now placed 12th after gaining a spot. We will keep up to date with all latest badminton news from both the professional and amateur sides of the sport. The World No. 5 from Japan is famously known for her speed, agility and endurance.
Weeks ranked world no. 1 men’s singles shuttler by their nationality from 1990 to week 12 of 2020. Bansod finished runner-up against PV Sindhu, and produced a superb win against young Anupama Upadhyaya in the semi-final. The 16-year-old, who is top 10 in the junior ranking, also entered top 100 in the senior circuit. In men’s singles, Ajay Jayaram jumped four places to reach the 19th spot, while H S Prannoy also improved two spots to climb to the 25th place.
Ashmita ChalihaA huge gap exists between the No. 2 and No. 3 women’s shuttlers in the country. After Saina Nehwal, the third-best spot is occupied by the South Asian Games gold medallist Ashmita Chaliha. The Assamese player is currently placed at a career-high position of No. 77 in the BWF world rankings. Indian badminton player Anupama Upadhyaya moved two spots to become the new world No. 1 in the latest BWF world junior women’s rankings released earlier this week.
It is fair to say quite a lot of people regularly play badminton in the USA, in 2008 the figure was believed to be around 1.3 million players. However it’s not generally perceived as a main sport such as tennis and is seen by many as more of an amateur sport. The mixed badminton ranking female doubles is England’s strongest event, with Marcus Ellis / Lauren Smith at number 18 and Callum Hemming / Jessica Pugh are at 36. All the ranking are maintain according to the badminton world federation guideline and calculated based on the all event organised by BWF.
We have gathered a team of prolific writers, which constantly monitor Indian sport updates, in order to provide you with the most recent facts and detailed overviews. Weeks ranked world no. 1 men’s doubles shuttlers by their nationality from 1990 to week 12 of 2020. Weeks ranked world no. 1 women’s singles shuttler by their nationality from 1990 to week 12 of 2020.
India’s women’s shuttlers have been the headline-makers in the badminton world for more than a decade now. Saina Nehwal led the way and then PV Sindhu joined her in taking Indian badminton to the top. While they continue to dominate, little is known about the other Indian women behind them in the BWF World Rankings. The junior badminton world championships will be held in Santander, Spain from October 17 to 31. These are the top 10 Badminton Players in the BWF World Rankings plus a few selected players lower down the rankings.
Meanwhile England’s highest ranked men’s player Toby Penty has just announced his retirement from the sport. Two-time Olympics medalist is among one of the most successful sportspersons in India. Her highest ranking was in the year 2017 when she rose to No. 2 on April 7. Our staff works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to bring you the utmost information about every game, every match.
Notably, Lakshya, Srikanth and Prannoy are part of India’s campaign in the European tour. While Srikanth faced an early exit at Denmark Open last week, Lakshya and Prannoy faced each other in the pre-quarterfinals. Lakshya defeated Prannoy to end a 2-match losing streak against his compatriot but the young shuttler was beaten in the quarter-final by Japan’s Kodai Naroka. Before the latest update, PV Sindhu was in the top 5 of the women’s singles charts in September 2019. Sindhu has not played on the tour since the Commonwealth Games in August. The Indian shuttler, who won Gold in the women’s singles category at the Games, missed the World Championships in Tokyo due to an injury.
England’s top men’s doubles pair Ben Lane / Sean Vendy are at 16 while Scotland’s Alexander Dunn / Adam Hall are at number 27. With their deep runs at the Syed Modi International in Lucknow, India’s Malvika Bansod was among the big movers in the badminton rankings published today. Also, India’s top-ranked doubles pairing of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty retained their spot at No. 8.