Priyanshu Rajawat jumped 20 locations to attain a career-best world rating of 38.© BAI
Riding on his title-winning run on the Orleans Masters Super 300 event, India’s Priyanshu Rajawat jumped 20 locations to attain a career-best world rating of 38 within the newest BWF rankings issued on Tuesday. The 21-year-old from Madhya Pradesh clinched his maiden Super 300 title after beating Denmark’s Magnus Johannsen 21-15, 19-21, 21-16 within the summit conflict to build up some priceless rating factors.
He is now the fourth-best ranked Indian males’s singles participant within the BWF rankings with 30,786 factors.
Commonwealth Games champion Lakshya Sen, who’s presently on a break, moved up a spot to twenty fourth, whereas Kidambi Srikanth misplaced two locations to slide to world No. 23.
HS Prannoy continues to be the best-ranked males’s singles participant at No. 8.
In the ladies’s singles, PV Sindhu, who had reached the ultimate of Spain Masters, slipped two rungs to world No.11 as soon as once more, whereas Saina Nehwal moved to world No.31.
The males’s doubles pairing of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty remained static at world No. 6, adopted by the mix of MR Arjun and Dhruv Kapila at twenty seventh.
The girls’s doubles pairing of Treesa Jolly and Gayatri Gopichand slipped a spot to world No. 20, whereas the combined doubles pair of Tanisha and Ishaan Bhatnagar are ranked twenty ninth on the planet.
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