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Katerina Zuzakova (Photo: Badmintonphoto)
Czech Republic has made the highest climbs
Date: 11/21/2019 11:44 AM
Published by : Emilie Sommer (BEC)

Another week has past and again there have been some climbs in the rankings. 


In the men’s singles there are two names who have made quite some jumps in the ranking. First, we have Mathias Kicklitz from Germany, who has made it into the top three from last weeks seventh position. The second name is Jan Janostik from Czech Republic. He has made it into the top ten, now sitting in ninth. An impressive leap considering he was all the way at number twenty last week. 


The women’s singles also have two players who have climbed the rankings. Arina Marushcak from Ukraine climbed all the way from thirteenth last week to sixth. Another big jump in the ranking was made by Katerina Zuzakova from Czech Republic. She made the same jump as Janostik, where she went from twentieth to ninth. Czech Republic have achieved some good results in the singles categories.  


The doubles

In the women’s doubles a French pair climbed twelve places in the ranking. Emilie Vercelot and Flavie Vallet climbed all the way from sixteen/seventeen to four/five in the ranking. Another pair, Anastasiia Kurdyukova and Anastasiia Shapovalova from Russia managed to climb from thirteenth place to eighth place since last week. 


In the men’s doubles, there have not been any big changes and it has stayed almost the same as last week. The last noticeable climb was made by Mihajlo Tomic from Serbia in the mixed doubles. Last week he sat in thirteenth, but after this week he has now climbed up to be sixth.  


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