UK Racketlon

Written by James Pope

With the inauguration of the Racketlon Super Series, we are ready to release the final details around the points structure and Challenger cut off point.

Super Series Points Matrix

The points structure has been derived from the FIR World Ranking points setup, but with a slight modification to ensure fairness depending on draw size of each category (e.g. at the London Open the A is 8, B & C 16 and D 12). The structure means that playing in a lower category doesn't necessarily mean getting less points (winning the B equates to 6th in A). Like with any new points/rating system, there will be room for change but hopefully this will suit and be fair for all.

We can also confirm the Top 30 cut off who will NOT be eligible for the Challenger title (please note someone could win the Men's Open and Men's Challenger titles if they are ranked outside the top 30!). This is taken from the UK rankings lists on Friday 7th April 2017.  :

1 Dan Busby
2 Luke Barnes
3 Duncan Stahl
4 Ray Jordan
5 Leon Griffiths
6 Richard Middleton
7 James Silvester
8 Leigh Sands
9 Mark Jackson
10 Will Coley
11 Oliver Oxland
12 Piers Boden
13 Alex Du Noyer
14 Keith Lesser
15 Jeremy Krzystyniak
16 Mark Steeden
17 Peter Highmore
18 Jordan Dainty
19 Jack Bishop
20 Martyn Langston
21 Mark Harris
22 Andrew Hopwood
23 Alistair Prades
24 Josh Kashdan
25 Johnny Bispham
26 James Watkins
27 Bruce Shepherd
28 Stuart Rank
29 Adit Patel
30 Fabien Mauroy

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