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Raul Must jumps up four places
Date: 11/12/2019 11:36 AM
Published by : Emilie Sommer (BEC)

The Norwegian International was played last week, meaning there have been some changes in the rankings. 


The top 3 in men’s singles remain the same, as Kim Bruun from Denmark, Victor Svendsen from Denmark and Pablo Abian from Spain have kept their spots. 


One of the high jumps has been Raul Must from Estonia, who moves from his place as no. 10 to be no. 6. His high jump is due to his semifinal at the Norwegian International this weekend. 


Nhat Nguyen from Ireland also moved up a ranking spot during last week, he went from no. 6 to no. 5. He and Must now has the same points, which makes them share the fifth place in the men's singles ranking. 


Read also: Nhat Nguyen: The Irish Open is a big focus for me


The women’s doubles

Another jump in the ranking was made by Amalie Schulz and Christine Busch from Denmark. They moved from no. 10 last week, to be no. 7 this week. This is due to their semifinal at the Norwegian International. 


The Swedish women’s doubles pair Emma Karlsson and Johanna Magnusson moved up to no. 2 in the ranking after winning Norwegian International. 


The men’s doubles, mixed doubles and women’s singles remain almost the same as last week. 


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