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      November World Rankings 2017

      The ITTF has published the new world rankings! These were released on November, 1st 2017 and it’s caused some major changes.

      The new ranking list doesn't include players that have been inactive in ITTF competition for a period of 4 months+.


      Germany's Dimitrij Ovtcharov reaches career high world ranking of 3!



      Dimitrij Ovtcahrov, World #3 in November 2017 - Photo by: ITTF Flickr


      Notable changes

      Men
      03) 4 Dimitrij Ovtcharov
      08) 13 Simon Gauzy
      43) 51 Benedikt Duda

      Women
      01) 2 Zhu Yuling
      07) 10 Cheng I-Ching
      21) 32 Chen Szu-Yu

      Players inactive over last 4 months
      Xu Xin
      Zhang Jike
      Jeong Youngsik
      Ding Ning
      Wu Yang


      Men's World Rankings

      The new ranking changes have created huge changes for both the men’s and women’s world ranking lists. Most noticeably in the men’s the previous month’s World number 3 Xu Xin and world number 6 Zhang Jike are now off the list. This puts Dimitrij Ovtcharov at number 3, Timo Boll at number 4, Koki Niwa at number 5 and Simon Gauzy flies into the world top 10 with an incredible career high world ranking of 8! Full rankings below...

      Full rankings below:

      01) 1 Ma Long
      02) 2 Fan Zhendong
      03) 4 Dimitrij Ovtcharov
      04) 5 Timo Boll
      05) 8 Koki Niwa
      06) 7 Jun Mizutani
      07) 9 Lin Gaoyuan
      08) 13 Simon Gauzy
      09) 11 Kenta Matsudaira
      10) 12 Fang Bo
      11) 15 Chuang Chih Yuan
      12) 10 Wong Chun Ting
      13) 16 Lee Sangsu
      14) 17 Yan An
      15) 14 Vladimir Samsonov
      16) 18 Tomokazu Harimoto
      17) 19 Marcos Freitas
      18) 20 Hugu Calderano
      19) 22 Masaki Yoshida
      20) 21 OMar Assar
      21) 24 Ruwen Filus
      21) 24 Yuya Oshima
      23) 41 Alexander Shibaev
      24) 28 Mattias Karlsson
      25) 30 Maharu Yoshimura
      26) 26 Emmanuel Lebesson
      27) 23 Kristian Karlsson
      27) 36 Jeong Sangeun
      27) 36 Quadri Aruna
      30) 29 Bastian Steger
      31) 35 Liang Jingkun
      32) 32 Panagiotis Gionis
      33) 34 Kou Lei
      34) 38 Jin Ueda
      35) 33 Chen Chien-An
      36) 31 Stefan Fegerl
      37) 42 Yuto Muramatsu
      38) 38 Jonathan Groth
      39) 40 Tiago Apolonia
      40) 43 Ricardo Walther


      Women's World Rankings

      In the Women’s ranking the current Olympic Champion, Ding Ning is off the list and her place is taken by last weekend’s 2017 World Cup winner Zhu Yuling! What a week it’s been for the Chinese 22-year-old.Full rankings below:

      01) 2 Zhu Yuling
      02) 3 Chen Meng
      03) 4 Liu Shiwe
      04) 5 Kasumi Ishikawa
      05) 6 Miu Hirano
      06) 7 Mima Ito
      07) 10 Cheng I-Ching
      08) 8 Feng Tianwei
      09) 9 Sun Yingsha
      10) 11 Wang Manyu
      11) 12 Han Ying
      12) 13 Hitomi Sato
      13) 14 Honoka Hashimoto
      14) 15 Hina Hayata
      15) 16 Jeon Jihee
      16) 20 Li Jie
      17) 21 Miyu Kato
      18) 19 Doo Hoi Kem
      19) 17 Shan Xiaona
      20) 27 Suh Hyowon
      21) 32 Chen Szu-Yu
      22) 22 Gu Yuting
      23) 23 Kim Song I
      24) 24 Sakura Mori
      25) 25 Zeng Jian
      26) 26 Elizabeta Samara
      27) 42 Lee Ho Ching
      28) 29 Yui Hamamoto
      29) 32 Georgina Pota
      30) 38 Saki Shibata
      31) 28 Melek Hu
      32) 30 Haeun Yang
      33) 36 Chen Xingtong
      34) 35 Liu Jia
      35) 31 Petrissa Solja
      36) 34 Fu Yu
      37) 40 Mengyu Yu
      37) 43 Li Qian
      39) 37 Sofia Polcanova
      40) 44 Matilda Ekholm


      You can view the full World Rankings here.

      What does everyone think about the ranking system? The new system will come in place soon... Will this encourage players to remain more active on the circuit?

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