While Olympic bronze medallist Saina jumped a place to No 4 in women's singles, Srikanth, who defeated two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan in the final on Sunday, made a leap of six places in the men's singles rankings to be positioned at No 10, his highest ever ranking.

Based on consistent performances in recent tournaments, HS Prannoy also made a rise of three places to be ranked No 24, his best ever ranking, while Parupalli Kashyap retained his No 17 position.

Meanwhile, two-time World Championship bronze medallist PV Sindhu stayed No 10 in the women's singles rankings.

Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa also moved up a place to No 19 in women's doubles.

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