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Sindhu moves to No. 3; Srikanth, Praneeth gain

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silver medallist PV Sindhu today climbed up two places to be at No. 3 in the latest BWF ranking released today.

Sindhu, who had slipped to number five last week, earned two spots on the basis of making the quarterfinals of the recently-concluded Open Super Series.



The 21-year-old Sindhu had reached a career-best World No. 2 two weeks ago.

Olympics bronze medallist also jumped up a place to be ranked eighth.

In the men's singles, the finalists of the Open -- runner-up Kidambi Srikanth and winner B Sai Praneeth -- both jumped as many as eight positions each to be placed at 21st and 22nd respectively.

Jayaram continued to be the highest-ranked Indian at the 13th position, having moved a place.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Rio Olympics silver medallist PV Sindhu today climbed up two places to be at No. 3 in the latest BWF ranking released today. Sindhu, who had slipped to number five last week, earned two spots on the basis of making the quarterfinals of the recently-concluded Singapore Open Super Series. The 21-year-old Sindhu had reached a career-best World No. 2 two weeks ago. London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal also jumped up a place to be ranked eighth. In the men's singles, the finalists of the Singapore Open -- runner-up Kidambi Srikanth and winner B Sai Praneeth -- both jumped as many as eight positions each to be placed at 21st and 22nd respectively. Ajay Jayaram continued to be the highest-ranked Indian at the 13th position, having moved a place. silver medallist PV Sindhu today climbed up two places to be at No. 3 in the latest BWF ranking released today.

Sindhu, who had slipped to number five last week, earned two spots on the basis of making the quarterfinals of the recently-concluded Open Super Series.

The 21-year-old Sindhu had reached a career-best World No. 2 two weeks ago.

Olympics bronze medallist also jumped up a place to be ranked eighth.

In the men's singles, the finalists of the Open -- runner-up Kidambi Srikanth and winner B Sai Praneeth -- both jumped as many as eight positions each to be placed at 21st and 22nd respectively.

Jayaram continued to be the highest-ranked Indian at the 13th position, having moved a place.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Sindhu moves to No. 3; Srikanth, Praneeth gain

silver medallist PV Sindhu today climbed up two places to be at No. 3 in the latest BWF ranking released today.

Sindhu, who had slipped to number five last week, earned two spots on the basis of making the quarterfinals of the recently-concluded Open Super Series.

The 21-year-old Sindhu had reached a career-best World No. 2 two weeks ago.

Olympics bronze medallist also jumped up a place to be ranked eighth.

In the men's singles, the finalists of the Open -- runner-up Kidambi Srikanth and winner B Sai Praneeth -- both jumped as many as eight positions each to be placed at 21st and 22nd respectively.

Jayaram continued to be the highest-ranked Indian at the 13th position, having moved a place.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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