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Chervyakova and Morozova has reached a career-high spot on the world ranking. (Photo: Badminton Europe)
New rankings for Europeans
Date: 10/26/2017 2:57 PM
Published by : Lilit Poghosyan
With world champion Viktor Axelsen (Denmark) confidently leading the men’s singles ranking list for the fifth consecutive week, European players keep on fighting for higher rankings in all the disciplines and this week’s world ranking list has some new positions for them. 

Three positions up for men’s singles
Rajiv Ouseph (England) has climbed three positions up and is now ranked no. 20 on the men’s singles ranking list. The European champion lost in the quarterfinals of Denmark Open to the runner-up Lee Hyun II from Korea. 

Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus is slowly and steadily going up to reach the top 20. The Dane is occupying no. 22 spot this week. 


New positions for European doubles players
Danisa Denmark Open 2017 semifinalists Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen keep on being world no. 2 for the fifth consecutive week. Another Danish duo – Anders Skaarup Rasmussen and Kim Astrup climbed two positions up as they are now occupying the 11th place on the men’s doubles ranking list. 

Russian pair Anastasia Chervyakova – Olga Morozova are reaching new heights step by step on the women’s doubles world ranking list. They have reached their career-high placement as no. 20. This week’s list has another new best ranking placement for Russians as mixed doubles players Evgenij Dremin and Evgenia Dimova have moved up to no. 22 spot.  



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