Despite her runner-up finish at the Thailand Open, PV Sindhu is still placed at No.3 while her compatriot Saina Nehwal remained on 10th.
The Indian challenge at the Indonesia Open ended with HS Prannoy and PV Sindhu losing in straight games.
Chen Yufei of China ended Saina Nehwal's run in the tournament, beating her 21-18, 21-15 in just 36 minutes.
The Indian eighth seed Prannoy overcame two-time Olympic champion Dan in 60 minutes.
After whitewashing Australia 5-0 on Monday, the Indian shuttlers failed to keep the momentum going.
The BWF Thomas and Uber Cup is slated to be held from May 20 to 27 in Bangkok.
London Olympic bronze medallist Saina lost to Chinese Taipei top seed Tai Tzu Ying 25-27, 19-21in 45 minutes.
PV Sindhu failed to get across 2015 World Championships bronze medallist Sung Ji, an opponent she has played 11 times, winning seven of those encounters.
London bronze medallist Saina Nehwal will be up against Jessica Li of Isle of Man in her round of 16 match.
HS Prannoy's run till the quarter-finals of the All England Champipnship promises good things at the Commonwealth Games.
HS Prannoy progressed to the All England Championships quarter-finals with a convincing win but Kidambi Srikanth lost his pre-quarters match to bow out of the tournament.
HS Prannoy looked uncomfortable as he took the court against compatriot Shreyansh Jaiswal and handed over the match to his younger colleague 4-21 6-21.
Bengaluru Blasters set up a potentially explosive championship match with Hyderabad Hunters after notching up a hard-fought victory over Ahmedabad Smash Masters in the second semifinal of the third Premier Badminton League on Saturday.
Ahmedabad Smash Masters secured a berth in the semifinals of Premier Badminton League (PBL) with a crushing 5-0 win over Mumbai Rockets on the final day of the Chennai leg on Tueday.
HS Prannoy began his new year in style as he registered a stunning victory over World No. 3 Kidambi Srikanth 15-8, 15-11 in the Premier Badminton League on Tuesday.
While Sindhu accepts the gap in the women's bench strength, she feels junior need to be given time to excel on the international stage.
World No. 10 HS Prannoy continued his sublime form as Ahmedabad Smash Masters outplayed Hyderabad Hunters 4-3 in the Premier Badminton League (PBL) on Friday.
PV Sindhu has been playing continuously for the last three weeks, participating in the Denmark Open, French Open and the National Championship in Nagpur.