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KENTO MOMOTA (JAPAN)

KENTO MOMOTA (JAPAN)

Momota is the current world number one, having missed last years YONEX All England will he come back and claim his title for a second time?
ANDERS ANTONSEN (DEN)

ANDERS ANTONSEN (DEN)

Ranked fourth in the world, with 1 World title and 3 silvers under is belt Anders is sure to be a top contender at this years All England.
VIKTOR AXELSEN (DENMARK)

VIKTOR AXELSEN (DENMARK)

Viktor is the current men's singles YONEX All England champion. ranked 2nd in the world. An Olympic bronze medallist and a 3 times World tou…
SHI YUQI (CHINA)

SHI YUQI (CHINA)

A Youth Olympics gold medallist, China's new wonderkid won a debut Superseries titles at the 2016 French Open and was a beaten finalist at t…
ZII JIA LEE (MALAYSIA)

ZII JIA LEE (MALAYSIA)

Currently number 11 in the world, Malaysian player Zii Jia Lee has managed to claim one gold and one silver medal on the world tour so far.…
CHOU TIEN CHEN (CHINESE TAIPEI)

CHOU TIEN CHEN (CHINESE TAIPEI)

Three times a Superseries finalist, the 27 year old won his debut Superseries title at the 2014 French Open and was runner up in India last…
ANTHONY GINTING (INDONESIA)

ANTHONY GINTING (INDONESIA)

Currently ranked number five on the world tour, Ginting holds three world tour titles and a BWF Superseries gold medal.
KIDAMBI SRIKANTH (INDIA)

KIDAMBI SRIKANTH (INDIA)

Back to back Superseries titles in Indonesia and Australia during 2017 have propelled India's number one back into the world's top order.

RASMUS GEMKE (DENMARK)

Currently ranked number 12, Gemke has one BWF world tour title and was a runner up at last years Denmark Open.
JONATAN CHRISTIE  (INDONESIA)

JONATAN CHRISTIE (INDONESIA)

The world number 2 men's singles player, and winner of 2 gold titles this year on the world tour.