Striving for Greatness: BWF Top 10 Rankings in Every Number

Striving for Greatness: BWF Top 10 Rankings in Every Number
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The 2023 World Badminton Ranking list has been released by the World Badminton Federation, revealing the glorious achievements of male and female players in matches, cups and championships. In this competitive world of badminton, many players from different parts of the world have shown their outstanding dedication in matches, championships and more. Hence, they are given rankings that reflect their skills, talent, and fascinating performances.

Through this article, we bring you into the fascinating world of badminton where you can find the best players who dazzle with their outstanding performances.

Men's Singles

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The top spot in the men's singles is still held by Viktor Axelsen from Denmark, followed by Anthony Sinisuka Ginting from Indonesia. Athlete from Thailand's, Kunlavut Vitidsarn moved up two places to ranked thrid. Meanwhile, Japan's athlete, Naraoka Kodai and Singapore's athlete, Loh Kean Yew, both dropped one spot.

Women's singles

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The top spot in the women's singles is still held by Akane Yamaguchi from Japan, followed by An Se Young of South Korea and Tai Tzu Ying from Taiwan. Besides that, The fourth to tenth places in the women's singles rankings remain unchanged.

Men's Doubles

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The top spot in the men's doubles is still held by the Indonesian duo of Fajar Alfian-Muhammad Rian Ardianto. They are followed by Liu Yu Chen-Ou Xuan Yi from China. There is a significant change in the ranking of the men's doubles Liang Wei Keng-Wang Chang, who moved up 3 places and is now ranked third. The South Korean men's doubles team of Choi Sol Gyu-Kim Won Ho also moved up one rank.

Meanwhile, the Malaysian men's doubles team of Aaron Chia-Soh Wooi Yik, the Indian men's doubles team of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy-Chirag Shetty, the Japanese men's doubles team of Takuro Hoki-Yugo Kobayashi and the Indonesian men's doubles team of Leo Rolly Carnando-Daniel Marthin, all dropped one rank.

Women's Doubles

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Chen Qing Che-Jia Yi Fan from China are in first place in the women's doubles. They are followed by Baek Ha Na-Lee So Hee from South Korea. In the women's doubles, Kim So Yeong-Kong Hee Yong from South Korea moved up 4 places to be ranked 3rd. Thailand's women's doubles team of Jongkolphan Kititharakul-Rawinda Prajongjai also moved up one spot in the rankings.

On the other hand, several women's doubles teams saw their rankings drop. Among them are China women's doubles team of Zhang Shu Xian-Zheng Yu, Indonesia women's doubles team of Apriani Rahayu-Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti, Japan women's doubles team of Nami Matsuyama-Shida Chiharu and Fukushima Yuki-Hirota Sayaka, and South Korea women's doubles team of Jeong Na Eun-Kim Hye Jeong, all of whom drop one place.

Mixed Doubles

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The top-ranked mixed doubles team is China's Zheng Si Wei-Huang Ya Qiong, followed by Thailand's Dechapol Puavaranukroh-Sapsiree Taerattanachai.

There are several mixed doubles players who have moved up in the rankings. Among them are Kim Won Ho-Jeong Na Eum of South Korea who moved up 4 spots, and Rehan Naufal Kusharjanto-Lisa Ayu Kusumawati of Indonesia who moved up 1 spot.

Meanwhile, Malaysian athletes Goh Soon Huat-Lai Shevon Jemie and French athletes Thom Gicquel-Delphine Delrue, each dropped one rank.

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