June Rankings – Pauline Cavé breaks into the top 10

The june rankings are here and we have some exciting new career-highs this month, with more changes expected in July before the World Championships start with a few more tournaments coming up.

Pauline Cavé breaks into the top 10

After playing her first international racketlon tournament last year, Pauline Cavé has gone from strength to strength. The French Player won the IWT La Santa and IWT French Open and reached the semi-finals at the Nordic Racket Games last month, she can now find herself inside the world’s top 10, alongside fellow French players Flore Allègre and Myriam Enmer.

The top three remains unchanged, after winning the Nordic Racket Games Anna-Klara Ahlmer has solidified her number 1 position. Further down, Adeline Kilchenmann moves up three spots to world no 7, and after good results in Denmark Beth Pye moves up 56 places to world no 44 whilst Kaisu Anttila moves up five places to no 25.

Women’s Ranking

Leon Griffiths retakes the no 1 position

Leon Griffiths is back on top of the world rankings after a good performance in Denmark. Meanwhile, after winning the Nordic Racket Games, Luke Griffiths is back at world no 3.

Henrik Mustonen is on the verge of breaking into the top 10 for the first time, moving up three spots to world no 11, whilst a strong semi-final performance in Denmark sees Max Oldehaver back at his highest ranking of world no 12 going up 11 places.

Men’s ranking

Junior and Senior Rankings

The girls top five remains the same as Holly Ranson adds another month at no 1 to her name. Beth Pye edges closer to a top 5 appearance as she moves up three places to no 6. Lower down Romy Nothegger moves up 7 places to world no 22. In the boy’s ranking, Matt Davidson overtakes Lucas Steyer and is back at world no 3 as Leanhard Prager moves up to world no 8 and Leon Sam breaks into the top 10.

Christian Schaefer is back at no 1 in the men’s senior rankings as he overtakes Duncan Stahl. Meanwhile Mohammed Tarik Koubaa is back at no 3. Keith Lesser closes in on a top five position as he jumps five spots to world no 6. In the women’s senior rankings, Amke Fischer moves four places to no 4. Sandra Ettenauer and Fabienne Dony both move up one spot to world no 9 and 10 respectively.

Girls | Boys | Senior Women | Senior Men

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