PV Sindhu moves up a spot in BWF world rankings, Kidambi Srikanth slips two places

Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu moved up a spot, while Kidambi Srikanth slipped two places in the latest BWF World ranking released on Thursday.

PTI August 24, 2017 18:33:36 IST
PV Sindhu moves up a spot in BWF world rankings, Kidambi Srikanth slips two places

New Delhi: Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu moved up a spot, while Kidambi Srikanth slipped two places in the latest BWF World ranking released on Thursday.

PV Sindhu moves up a spot in BWF world rankings Kidambi Srikanth slips two places

File image of PV Sindhu. PTI

The 22-year-old Sindhu reached the World No 4 spot, while Srikanth was placed at 10.

Women's doubles pair of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy rose a place to be placed at 24th spot, while Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy were static at the 20th place.

Among other Indians, Saina Nehwal (16th), B Sai Praneeth (19th), HS Prannoy (15th) and Ajay Jayaram (17th) remained static in their respective positions.

There were no Indian pair in the top 25 of men's doubles rankings.

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