Big win for Burns in Guangzhou

World Rankings

After 2017 Kaspersky Riga Masters

   
1Mark Selby1,297,525
2John Higgins563,000
3Judd Trump536,275
4Ding Junhui510,950
5Marco Fu393,625
6Barry Hawkins377,500
7Neil Robertson359,125
8Shaun Murphy355,625
9Stuart Bingham313,862
10Mark Allen305,925
11Kyren Wilson305,400
12Liang Wenbo302,500
13Ali Carter301,675
14Ronnie O'Sullivan298,750
15Ryan Day244,087
16Mark Williams225,250
17Martin Gould210,975
18Anthony McGill205,250
19Stephen Maguire202,375
20David Gilbert195,125
21Mark King191,575
22Joe Perry187,175
23Ricky Walden186,500
24Michael Holt177,600
25Anthony Hamilton142,925
26Michael White135,100
27Luca Brecel133,175
28Ben Woollaston127,025
29Alan McManus126,850
30Graeme Dott123,375
31Zhou Yuelong119,325
32Dominic Dale116,325
33Tom Ford114,500
34Mark Davis111,250
35Robert Milkins110,575
36Jamie Jones109,462
37Matthew Selt107,000
38Jimmy Robertson106,487
39Xiao Guodong102,775
40Peter Ebdon99,487
41Thepchaiya Un-Nooh97,675
42Rory McLeod95,962
43Mike Dunn93,500
44David Grace93,475
45Fergal O'Brien91,537
46Mark Joyce89,662
47Stuart Carrington85,450
48Andrew Higginson84,675
49Yu DeLu84,175
50Sam Baird80,025
51Tian Pengfei79,575
52Robbie Williams78,125
53Kurt Maflin77,687
54Jack Lisowski77,637
55Matthew Stevens72,887
56Yan Bingtao71,125
57Gary Wilson69,337
58Li Hang68,075
59Hossein Vafaei67,625
60Oliver Lines65,062
61Alfie Burden63,825
62Daniel Wells63,512
63Noppon Saengkham62,050
64Chris Wakelin60,750
65Scott Donaldson59,525
66Zhang Anda42,500
67John Astley41,125
68Liam Highfield35,225
69Lee Walker34,825
70Mei Xiwen32,212
71Hammad Miah27,837
72Michael Georgiou24,237
73Zhao Xintong23,537
74James Wattana23,500
75Mitchell Mann22,025
76Sam Craigie20,862
77Jak Jones18,862
78Aditya Mehta17,500
79Ian Preece17,000
80Wang Yuchen16,500
81Craig Steadman16,050
82Fang Xiongman15,550
83Ken Doherty *15,000
84Alex Borg14,000
85Thor Chuan Leong11,900
86Elliot Slessor10,362
87Adam Duffy9,362
88Josh Boileau8,312
89Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn8,000
90Cao Yupeng7,525
91Christopher Keogan6,050
92Jamie Curtis-Barrett4,500
93Boonyarit Keattikun4,000
94Jimmy White *4,000
95Paul Davison *4,000
96Chen Zhe3,500
97Kurt Dunham3,025
98David John2,337
99Alexander Ursenbacher *2,000
100Lukas Kleckers *2,000
101Robin Hull *2,000
102Nigel Bond *2,000
103Gerard Greene *1,000
104Eden Sharav *1,000
105Chen Zifan *1,000
106Matthew Bolton *0
107Basem Eltahhan *0
108Soheil Vahedi *0
109Akani Songsermsawad *0
110Chris Totten *0
111Xu Si *0
112Li Yuan *0
113Lyu Haotian *0
114Niu Zhuang *0
115Yuan SiJun *0
116Hamza Akbar *0
117Billy Castle *0
118Zhang Yong *0
119Leo Fernandez0
120Rod Lawler *0
121Ian Burns *0
122Ashley Hugill *0
123Rhys Clark *0
124Duane Jones *0
125Sanderson Lam *0
126Sean O'Sullivan *0
127Ross Muir *0
128Martin O'Donnell *0
129Peter Lines *0
130Allan Taylor *0
131Joe Swail *0

* –  This denotes a player who has a 2 year tour card covering the 2016/17 and 2017/18 season.

ITC –  This denotes a player who has an Invitational Tour Card to compete in events.

Where prize money is won without a player winning a match in a tournament, other than in the World Grand Prix and Players Championship, NONE of that prize money will count towards these prize money rankings.

Where prize money is won by a player at a qualifying venue and that player does not go on to appear at the final venue, for whatever reason, that prize money will not count in the prize money rankings until the situation has been considered by the appeals committee who may, at their absolute discretion, allocate ranking points where it can be demonstrated that there are extreme mitigating circumstances. These points will be allocated from the date of the committee meeting and will not affect previously issued draws.

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