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Germany’s Fabienne Deprez has moved seven spots up on the women’s singles world ranking list. She is currently standing on position no. 66. (Photo: Mark Phelan/Badminton Europe)
Fabienne Deprez on the right way
Date: 8/10/2018 8:06 PM
Published by : Lilit Poghosyan
Germany’s Fabienne Deprez has moved seven spots up on the women’s singles world ranking list. She is currently standing on position no. 66. After playing two rounds in the World Championships last week, Deprez has Spain Masters and Belgian International ahead. 

-It’s the right way back to the top 50 again. I’m really looking forward to my next tournaments and I hope I can keep the level I showed in the World Championships, Deprez tells Badminton Europe. 

Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus (Denmark) is standing on position no. 17 on the men’s singles world ranking list after climbing six spots up.

-Always nice to see your name go up the world rankings! Still not exactly where I want to be, but having missed some big opportunities this year, I don’t think 17 is too bad for a 32-year old, Vittinghus wrote on his Instagram

Other changes for singles players

Jan O Jorgensen (Denmark) is two spots up occupying position no. 41. Pablo Abian (Spain) has climbed 4 spots up to occupy position no. 47. Misha Zilberman (Israel) has entered into the top 50 after advancing two positions.

Carolina Marin (Spain) has climbed two spots up to occupy position no. 6. The women’s singles world champion got 13000 points after claiming the title for the third time. 

Line Hojmark Kjaersfeldt (Denmark) has climbed one spot up to occupy position no. 25. England’s Chloe Birch is standing on position no. 48 after moving two spots up. 

Germany’s doubles advancing

On the men’s doubles world ranking list Germany’s two doubles are moving up together. Mark Lamsfuss/Marvin Emil Seidel (Germany) are standing on position no. 29. Jones Ralfy Jansen/Josche Zurwonne are on the position no. 30. Both pairs have climbed two spots up.

Marvin Emil Seidel/Linda Efler are standing one position up – no.  17 on the mixed doubles world ranking list, following Mark Lamsfuss/Isabel Herttrich (no. 16). 

Jacco Arends/Selena Piek (Netherlands) are following them on position no. 18 – two spots up compared to last week. 

See the full BWF world ranking list 
here
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