Tuesday, December 15, 2009


Malaysia is currently ranked 15th in the latest World Rankings released by FIH.

However ranking points for the 18 teams in the World Cup Qualifiers will only be added upon the completion of the 2010 World Cup in New Delhi next March.
The Chinese men team entered the Top Ten of the ABN AMRO World Rankings after the points of the ABN AMRO Champions Trophy, the BDO Champions Challenge I and the Champions Challenge II were added.

The top nine of the men’s ABN AMRO World Rankings didn’t change. Germany is still the leader, followed by Australia, Spain, Netherlands and Korea. China moved up three places and is ranked tenth now. South Africa climbed from the 15th to the 13th position. Argentina lost its place in the Top Ten and is ranked 14th now.

The next update of the ABN AMRO World Rankings is scheduled immediately after the Hero Honda FIH World Cup.

Please click here for direct access to the ABN AMRO World Rankings