6.7 C
Saturday, April 10, 2021

Minor changes to the world ranking – UKTN

Must read

UK Time Newshttps://www.uktimenews.com
UK Time News is your daily dose of Latest News, Entertainment, Music, Fashion, Lifestyle, World, Cricket, Sports, Politics, Tech, Business News Website. We provide you with the Latest Breaking News Straight from the UK & all around the World on different categories.

Singaporean Feng Tianwei, finalist in women’s singles at WTT Star Contender Doha, dropped from 10e at ninth position in the latest ITTF Table Tennis World Ranking which has seen minimal changes due to the lack of tournaments from the WTT Middle East Hub.

READ  List of meeting requests grows, now posted quarterly - UKTN

Feng, who made her debut final earlier this month in Doha after nearly four years, has climbed one place with 6,772 points while Japan’s Kasumi Ishikawa now sits in Singapore’s previous 10.e position.

READ  Five things to know about Aslan Karatsev

Korea Republic’s Suh Hyowon and Germany’s Petrissa Solja swapped places respectively, with Solja rising from one place to 20e as Suh advanced one place to 19e with 4,989 points.

China’s Chen Meng continues to lead the women’s singles standings with 11,850 points while Japan’s Mima Ito, who won back-to-back titles at the WTT Contender Series events in Doha, is in second place with 10,498 points. .

READ  Wolves star could be sidelined until 2022 with serious knee injury

In the men’s singles ranking, Frenchman Emmanuel Lebesson, who qualified in the round of 16 at WTT Contender Doha where he was eliminated by eventual champion Dimitrij Ovtcharov, entered the top 40 to take the 40th.e location.

China’s Fan Zhendong leads the men’s singles standings with 11,904 points, continuing his reign as world number one with compatriots Xu Xin and Ma Long in second and third respectively.

READ  England cricketers Jofra Archer and Sam Billings back Moeen Ali after Taslima Nasreen's 'ISIS' tweet

READ  Michael Vaughan suggests India will be favorite to win T20 World Cup with the addition of CES two players

More articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Latest article