BWF badminton ranking 2023 and men’s and women’s singles and doubles points list

BWF badminton ranking 2023 and men’s and women’s singles and doubles points list

PV Sindhu of India leaves the top 10 for the first time since November 2016, know about the BWF badminton ranking list in 2023

PV Sindhu, an Indian badminton star, has slipped out of the top 10 in the women’s singles BWF standings for the first time since November 2016.

PV Sindhu, who has won two Olympic medals, dropped two places to place 11th in the most recent rankings, which were released on Tuesday.

The Indian badminton player made his debut in the top 10 in August 2013, and since November 2016, he has regularly been one of the world’s top shuttlers.

The former world champion reached a career-high ranking of No. 2 in the world in April 2017.

BWF badminton latest ranking 2023 and men’s and women’s singles and doubles points list

The 27-year-old PV Sindhu has struggled with her form this season since her return from a protracted injury layoff following her gold medal triumph in the women’s singles at the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham.

This year, PV Sindhu returned to the court for the Malaysian Open and the Indian Open, but she was defeated in the opening round of each event.

Recently, PV Sindhu and her South Korean coach Park Tae-sang parted ways.

The Indian badminton player participated in the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championship 2023 in Doha in February and assisted her nation in winning the bronze medal, but she was unable to compete in other events, including the German Open, Thailand and Indonesia Masters.

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PV Sindhu returned to the All England Open in 2023, but she was eliminated in the first round after losing to Zhang Yi Man of China in back-to-back sets.

She failed to successfully defend her women’s singles title at the Swiss Open in 2023 after losing in the second round at the Basel event.

PV Sindhu will take the field at the Madrid Masters 2023 on Wednesday. She will face Jenjira Stadelmann of Switzerland in the round of 32. The Indian shuttler recently beat Stadelmann at the Swiss Open 2023.

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In the meantime, Kidambi Srikanth dropped to No. 21, while HS Prannoy remained the No. 8 player in the world in the men’s singles tournament.

The 2022 Commonwealth Games gold medalist in men’s doubles, Lakshya Sen, is ranked 25th.

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Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, an Indian men’s doubles combination, remained ranked No. 6 in the world following their victory at the Swiss Open 2023.

Women’s doubles combination Gayatri Gopichand and Treesa Jolly stayed at No. 18 in the world rankings.

BWF Men’s singles ranking 

1
Denmark
V. Axelsen
108206
2
Indonesia
J. Christie
79112
3
Indonesia
A. Ginting
77579
4
Malaysia
Z.J. Lee
75868
5
Japan
K. Naraoka
73772
6
Chinese Taipei
T.C. Chou
71266
7
Thailand
K. Vitidsarn
69079
8
Singapore
K.Y. Loh
68874
9
India
Prannoy HS
64347
10
China
Y.Q. Shi
62400

BWF Women’s singles ranking

1
Japan
A. Yamaguchi
102713
2
South Korea
S.Y. An
98953
3
China
Y.F. Chen
91956
4
Chinese Taipei
T.Y. Tai
91745
5
China
B.J. He
80764
6
China
Z.Y. Wang
73938
7
Spain
C. Marín
73730
8
Thailand
R. Intanon
69549
9
Thailand
P. Chochuwong
63095
10
China
Y. Han
61110

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