Badminton/The latest world rankings are out!Tai Tzu Ying’s “Return to Blessed Land” hits the throne this week – FTV News

Sports Center/Reported by Chen Guanyu

The latest BWF World Rankings will be released today (28), and Taiwan’s first badminton sister, Tai Tzu-ying, remains in second place, only 318 points away from the world’s current world leader Akane Yamaguchi, and tomorrow (29) Sun will open the Super 750 series in Malaysia. In the match, she will meet Belgian female player Lianne Tan in the opening discussion. If she wins the championship successfully, she will be able to return to the back of the ball next week.

Xiao Dai, who has been on fire recently, has won gold in Thailand Open and Indonesia Open in succession, and his points have been supplemented. At present, he has 111,645 points, which is only 318 points away from Yamaguchi’s 111,963 points. As long as he wins the gold in this week’s Malaysia Open, he will be able to Return to the throne behind the ball. With the exception of Xiao Dai’s ranking, Zhou Tiancheng (4th in men’s singles), Wang Ziwei (16th in men’s singles), and “Golden Men’s Doubles” Lin Yangpei (4th in men’s doubles) remained unchanged.

Xu Minqi won gold at the Nantes Badminton Challenge in France on the 26th, rising to 42nd in the world ranking and reaching a new high. (Photo/Photo taken from the Facebook of China Rental Badminton Team)

It is worth mentioning that on the 26th, Xu Minqi won the gold medal in the Nantes Badminton Challenge in France. The points jumped to 38,419 points, and the world ranking rose from 44th to 42nd, leaving only 671 points away from the 41st Bai Yupo. , The world ranking has reached a new high, and next week will play in the Super 500 series Malaysia Masters, and the points are expected to overtake Taiwan’s second sister.

Tai Tzu Ying will play in the Super 750 Series Malaysia Open tomorrow. A few days ago, local fans captured Tai Tzu Ying’s practice shots, welcomed Xiao Dai to Malaysia, and shared Xiao Dai’s relationship with Malaysia. It turned out that Xiao Dai used to win matches in Malaysia. The next 4 crowns, 3 Asians, and 7 finals, can be said to be Xiao Dai’s “blessed land”, and her high-level performance also allows her to have a large number of local fans “can be called her second home”, looking forward to Xiao Dai’s Marseille Performance.