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BWF Rankings: Profession-best rating for Lakshya, Satwik-Chirag- Banking on maiden BWF Tremendous 500 success in India Open, Lakshya Sen has achieved the career-best rank of 13 within the BWF World Rankings in males’s singles. For India’s males’s doubles pair of Satwikraj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, they entered Prime 8 for the primary time.

Lakshya Sen has had a terrific rise within the final couple of months. After claiming the World Championship bronze medal, he defeated world champion Singapore’s Loh Kean Yew within the India Open last. It was his maiden Tremendous 500 title that propelled him to Prime 15. He climbed 4 locations. Srikanth Kidambi stays the highest-ranked males’s singles participant at No 10 whereas PV Sindhu at No 7 is the highest-ranked Indian shuttler in ladies’s singles rankings.

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BWF Rankings: Lakshya Sen achieves career-best rank of 13, Satwik-Chirag pair enters Top 8 of BWF rankings
Lakshya Sen received the India Open Tremendous 500 males’s singles title beating world champions Loh Kean Yew

BWF Rankings: Lakshya Sen achieves career-best rank of 13, Satwik-Chirag pair enters Prime 8 of BWF rankings

For Satwikraj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty, it was their maiden India Open title, serving to the duo enter prime 8 for the primary time. The duo goals to enter Prime 5 by the tip of the 12 months.

In the meantime, Lakshya Sen has withdrawn from the Syed Modi Worldwide (Tremendous 300) citing exhaustion. The teen has been taking part in again to again tournaments since October.

BWF Rankings: Lakshya Sen achieves career-best rank of 13, Satwik-Chirag pair enters Prime 8 of BWF rankings

BWF Rankings: Lakshya Sen achieves career-best rank of 13, Satwik-Chirag pair enters Top 8 of BWF rankings
Satwikraj Rankireddy and Chirag Shettu pair received the India Open Tremendous 500 title in males’s doubles

“Since finishing the India Open 2022 event in Delhi final evening, I’m feeling very exhausted and affected by tiredness. In these circumstances, I’m afraid I won’t be able to do justice to my participation within the occasion,” Lakshya Sen stated in his letter to the organisers.

“Due to this fact, after consulting my coaches, my physios and household, I’ve determined it might be finest for me to withdraw from the Syed Modi Worldwide 2022 event in order that I can take some much-needed relaxation and recuperate earlier than I begin coaching in earnest for the upcoming occasions from March onwards,” he added.

The teen has competed in 9 tournaments since October final 12 months.

Syed Modi Worldwide LIVE: Lakshya Sen withdraws from Syed Modi Worldwide citing exhaustion

He entered the finals of the Dutch Open, reached the semifinals at Hylo and entered the knockout stage at World Tour Finals on debut earlier than scorching on the World Championships with a bronze final 12 months.

“My honest apologies for the quick discover to withdraw from the occasion. I belief you’ll perceive my place and admire your help on this matter. I hope the event goes off easily, and I want all individuals, particularly my fellow individuals from India, all the easiest within the occasion,” Sen added.

BWF Rankings: Lakshya Sen achieves career-best rank of 13, Satwik-Chirag pair enters Prime 8 of BWF rankings

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