February Rankings | 2023

Elite Singles – Enmer up to a career-high of world no.3, Lindberg breaks into the top 10

Myriam Enmer reached a career-high of world no. 3 after a successful year on the Racketlon tour. Unfortunately, she had to miss the IWT La Santa Open due to injury, but hopefully, she will be back on tour soon and might climb up the rankings to that top spot this season. Anna-Klara Alhmer and Stine Jacobsen stay at no. 1 and no. 2 and we will see both in action at the IWT RSL Finnish Open in February. There are only 76 points in between them so we could see Jacobsen overtake Alhmer as the new world No.1  The rest of the top 10 remained mainly unchanged, with Zuzana Severinová dropping one spot to no. 4 and World Championship runner-up Astrid Reimer-Kern switching positions with France’s Margaux Randjbar for no.9

Lindberg breaks into the top 10 of the men’s rankings for the first time in his career, whilst Duncan Stahl is back at No.5, Emanuel Schopf at no. 6 Oliver Bühler at no. 7 and Kresten Hougaard dropped 3 places to No.8. All players are incredibly close on points, and Lindberg will look to climb the rankings further this month at the Finnish Open. Morten Jaksland, Leon Griffiths, and Koen Hageraats stay in the top three, and Morten will also be in action at the Finnish Open to widen his lead at No.1 even further. 

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Doubles – Top 3 remain unchanged 

In both women’s, men’s, and mixed doubles, the top three remain unchanged. Jaksland, Leon Griffiths, and Lenggenhager stay at one, two, and three. Lindberg jumps two places in the ranking to no. 4, overtaking Stahl whilst Luke Griffiths drops to no 8. Plettenberg and Davidson both go up two places coming into the top ten at no 9 and no 10 respectively. 

Alhmer, Enmer and Kaptein stay in the top three for the women’s doubles and the rest of the top ten remains unchanged. We can see some more movement in the mixed doubles, Jaksland, Enmer and Alhmer round out the top three, whilst Lenggenhager moves up one spot to no. 4. 

Seniors – lots of movement for the men, Von Heimburg enters the top 10 for the women

There is a lot of movement in the men’s ranking, Stahl stays on top at no.1 whilst Schaefer moves up to no. 2, Jordan to no.3, and Mikac to no.4. The women’s ranking remains mostly unchanged, but Von Heimburg enters the top 10, looking to climb even higher this season. The doubles and mixed doubles ranking remains unchanged. 

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Juniors – Harka overtakes Griffiths, Ogram stays on top

Florian Harka has overtaken Luke Griffiths as the new boy’s junior no.1 in the February rankings. Griffiths, the current World junior, senior, and doubles Champion sits now at no.2. Lexi Ogram stays at no.1 in an unchanged girl’s ranking with no movement in the junior doubles as well leaving Ogram at the no 1 spot in all three categories. 

 

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The new February rankings can be found here

Sanne Veldkamp

FIR Media Officer 

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