Saina, Sindhu retain positions
New Delhi: London Olympics bronze medallist Saina Nehwal retained her second position in the world rankings despite making the quarterfinal exit at the Thailand Open in the women`s singles.
Rising teen sensation, P V Sindhu has also maintained her 11th position and is just a step short of breaking into the Top-10 for the first time in her career.
Meanwhile, Mumbai`s Ajay Jayaram jumped three places to 25 while RMV Gurusaidutt gained two places to be placed at 23 in the men`s singles.
London Olympics quarterfinalist, Parupalli Kashyap, who had yesterday crashed out of the Indonesian Super Series Premier after losing his campaign opener, retained his No.10 position.
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