HS made a jump in world ranking. Pranoy, again within the top 15 | HS Prannoy breaks into Top 15 after four years

New Delhi: After a gap of four years, Malayalee star HS prannoy. Pranoy is ranked 15th in the updated rankings. The Thiruvananthapuram native, who was previously ranked eighth, has managed to get excellent results on the court this year, which has helped him enter the top 15 in the ranking. Pranoy is number one in the BWF World Tour Rankings.

India’s Kidambi Srikanth has risen one place to 11th in the rankings. Mithun Manjunath and Priyanshu Rajwat moved to the fourth and third positions to rank 40 and 66 respectively. In men’s doubles MR. The Arjun-Dhruv Kapila team moved up three places to reach 23.

Pranoy started by reaching the quarter-finals of the Indian Open in January this year. In the same month, he also reached the quarter-finals of the Syed Modi International. The Malayalee player, who was in the last eight at the German Open in March, did not go beyond the first round of the English Open. At the Swiss Open in March, however, he bounced back and finished second. In April, he was eliminated in the first round of the Korea Open. He did not go beyond the first round of the Thailand Open held in May.

He reached the semi-finals of the Indonesia Open in June. Atiyaravu said in the quarter-finals at the Malaysian Open. In July, he reached the semi-finals of the Malaysian Masters tournament. He made the quarters at the Singapore Open held in the same month. Prannoy also lost in the quarter-finals at the Japan Open in August. The BWF tour will start on January 11 and end on December 18. It includes 22 tournaments. Grading points and cash prizes will be determined by dividing these into five tiers.

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