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The Vietnamese men’s national football team have risen one position from 94th to 93rd place in the world according to the most recent global rankings released by football’s governing body FIFA.

Vietnamese cueist Tu makes top 100 after World Cup

Billiard player Nguyen Tran Thanh Tu has jumped in the world rankings after his impressive performance at the recent Antalya World Cup 2020 in Turkey.

Pham Cao Cuong triumphs in Nepal International Challenge

Talented Vietnamese badminton player Pham Cao Cuong has won the Yonex Sunrise Nepal International Challenge during its conclusion in the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu.

Vietnam's top chess player pockets US$15,000 after fourth-place finish at Romania Grand Tour

Le Quang Liem won four from a maximum nine points on the last day of the blitz chess at the 2019 Superbet Rapid & Blitz in Romania to wrap up his campaign finishing fourth place overall and pocketing US$15,000 in prize money.

Vietnam's Vu Thi Trang rises six spots in world rankings

Vu Thi Trang, Vietnam’s leading female badminton player, has climbed six places from 64th to 58th in the latest world rankings.

Vietnam’s competitiveness, business climate falls slightly in world rankings

Vietnam’s fall in World Economic Forum and World Bank rankings of competitiveness and business environment is not surprising, say economists.

Men’s football team retain 136th spot in rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge –  Viet Nam national men’s football team retained their No 136 spot internationally, according to the latest FIFA world ranking table in March.

Ly Hoang Nam drops two spots in world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Top Vietnamese tennis player Ly Hoang Nam dropped two spots to world No 612 in the men’s singles category, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) announced on November 21.

Liem climbs to 33rd in world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Chess Grandmaster Le Quang Liem ranked 33rd in November world men’s rankings, announced the World Chess Federation (FIDE).

Ly Hoang Nam up five spots in ATP rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Top Vietnamese tennis player Ly Hoang Nam jumped up five places to No 1045 in the latest Association of Tennis Professionals' world rankings.

Le Quang Liem drops one place in world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese Grandmaster Le Quang Liem has dropped to world No 50 in the latest rankings released by the International Chess Federation.

Chess player Liem remains 49th in game's world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese chess grandmaster Le Quang Liem retained his ranking, in the world No 49 position, in the latest rankings in September, released by the International Chess Federation.

Minh drops to 24th in world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam's top badminton player Nguyen Tien Minh has dropped one place to 24th in the world badminton rankings, the Badminton World Federation has announced.

Trang climbs to 46th spot in world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Only a few days into the Lunar New Year, Vietnamese badminton player Vu Thi Trang received some good news.

Minh drops further in world ranking

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam's top badminton player Nguyen Tien Minh has slipped two places to 20th in world rankings after failing in the first round of China Open.

Viet Nam jump to 136th in FIFA rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam have jumped six places to 136th in the International Federation of Football Association's (FIFA) rankings for October, despite not playing any matches last month.

Cuong rockets up in world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Home-grown badminton player Pham Cao Cuong has jumped 118 spots in the May world rankings to 242, according to the Badminton World Federation.

Chess grandmaster drops in world rankings

 VietNamNet Bridge – Top Vietnamese chess player Le Quang Liem, with 2712 Elo points, slid down one notch to 30th position in the latest FIDE world rankings released for June.

Le Quang Liem jumps to the world’s 27th

VietNamNet Bridge - Good news has come to Vietnam’s top chessman Le Quang Liem. His position in FIDE’s latest rankings for April 2013 is 27th, three grades up from March.