The october rankings are here and we have some big risers this month in both men’s and women’s rankings.
Sylvain Ternon Reaches Career High, Climbs to World No. 2 in October Rankings
Sylvain Ternon has risen to new heights in the October rankings, the French player has climbed to a career-high world ranking of No. 2. Ternon’s had a great month, with his victory at the Norwegian Open and a runner-up finish at the Austrian Open last week. Meanwhile Morten Jaksland falls to No. 3 and Nicolas Lenggenhager drops to No. 4. Leon Griffiths, however, maintains his position at the the top for another month.
The October Racketlon Rankings also saw several other noteworthy changes. Kresten Hougaard has risen three spots to world no 7 whilst Simon Vaclahovsky achieved a significant milestone in his career, breaking into the top 10 for the first time.
Other notable risers include Mouchet, who climbed an impressive eight places to No. 18, and Duthuillé and Böhm, each moving up four spots to world No. 20 and No. 24, respectively. A career high for both Mouchet and Böhm.
Austrian Open winner Henrik Mustonen has jumped 18 spots to no 28.
Jacobsen back on top, career high for Allègre
Stine Jacobsen has reclaimed the no 1 position, overtaking Anna-Klara Ahlmer in a closely contested battle for the top spot. Meanwhile, Flore Allègre’s performance, reaching the final of the Austrian Open, has propelled her to a career-high world ranking of No. 5. Irina Olsacher’s result last week, finishing third, has catapulted her back into the top 10, now sitting at world No. 7. Chung, Vogel, and Ogram each move down one spot.
Notable climbers further down the rankings include Kaisu Anttila, rising an impressive 19 places to world No. 47, and Zuzana Vancuríková, who advances 9 spots to world No. 24.
Koubaa back in senior top 5
After winning the +40 in Austria Mohammed Tarik Koubaa is back at no 5 in the senior rankings. Other risers are Christian Börner to world no 3, Nikola Micak goes up to world no 6 and Keith Lesser moves three spots to world no 10. Stahl and Schaefer stay firmly on top. There is not a lot of movement in the women’s seniors ranking. Zuzana Vancuríková overtakes Esther Dübendorfer to world no 6, and Sandra Ettenauer rises thirteen spots to no 14.
Steyer back in junior top 5
Lucas Steyer is back in the junior top 5 after a good weekend in Austria. Andreas Kotala also moves up one spot to no 6, whilst Leon Sam is back at no 10. The rest of the top 10 stays the same. There are no changes in the girls junior top 10. Karolin Radl moves up 50 places to no 15, Dashzeveg and Amiri also both move up significantly to world no 17 and 18 respectively.