Young English duo Connor Green and Sophie Earley have soared in the world rankings on the back of their performances at WTT Feeder Manchester.

Green, who started the tournament with a ranking of 699, has leapt an incredible 267 places to No 432 on the back of defeating players ranked at 312 and 142 to reach the last 32, where he was defeated by Tom Jarvis.

Earley had a momentous victory over world No 42 and fourth seed Britt Eerland of Netherlands, which lifted her up 56 places from 309 to 253 in the world.

Sophie Earley (photo by Pawel Meryn)

The new WTT world rankings, published today, also see several other English players rising on the back of their performances in Manchester.

David McBeath, who with Tom Jarvis reached the Men’s Doubles final, jumps up 141 places to No 686. Jarvis rises 10 places to 185, while Paul Drinkhall, who reached the quarter-finals is up by 11 places to 103. Ben Piggott climbs 108 places to No 714.

In the Women’s rankings, Tianer Yu rises 19 places to 562, Emily Bolton is up 98 places to 600 and Mari Baldwin climbs 100 places to 608.

The four players who competed in the singles finals have also seen their rankings rise, notably Sweden’s Elias Ranefur, who was the runner-up in the Men’s Singles – he has climbed 139 places to a career high of No 147.

South Korea’s Cho Daeseong, who defeated Ranefur in the final, rises 19 places to a career high of No 51.

Women’s Singles winner Lily Zhang of the USA rises five spots to No 32 and runner-up Natalia Bajor of Poland climbs 7 to No 54.