Danylo Bosniuk from Ukraine is staying at Badminton Europe's Centre of Excellence leading up to the 2017 World Junior Championships. (Photo: Badminton Europe)
European Juniors fighting for top 10
Date: 9/29/2017 11:21 AM
Published by : Lilit Poghosyan
With the World Junior Championships (WJC) kicking off on October 9 in Indonesia, European junior players are still fighting for a spot in top 10 of the BWF Junior Ranking list. 

Danylo Bosniuk from Ukraine, ranked no. 25, is currently training in the BEC Centre of Excellence (COE) in Holbaek, Denmark. It is a good opportunity for him to prepare for the World Junior Championships in the BEC COE and practice together with other European players.

“The Centre of Excellence will hopefully help me become better”, Bosniuk says.

He will continue his trainings in Denmark until October 12 and will fly to Yogyakarta, Indonesia, to compete in the Individual event of WJC 2017 starting on October 16.

Europeans sticking together
Europe’s junior men’s singles players are still fighting for a spot in top 10 of the world. Moldova’s Christian Savin occupies the 14th place on the MS ranking with Arnaud Merkle (France) and Jan Louda (Czech Republic) right before him as they are ranked as no. 15 and 16 respectively.

Maria Delcheva (Bulgaria), ranked no. 13, confidently leads European women’s singles players in the BWF Junior Rankings. Hungary’s Vivien Sandhorazi and Reka Madarasz follow her steps, as they are ranked as no. 14 and 15 respectively. 

Go to BWF's Junior World Ranking by clicking here
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