2016 Snooker Shanghai Masters Champion Ding Junhui interview

World Rankings

After 2016 Shanghai Masters

   
1Mark Selby690,650
2Stuart Bingham516,534
3Shaun Murphy447,308
4Judd Trump409,166
5John Higgins408,725
6Ding Junhui376,925
7Neil Robertson359,582
8Mark Allen336,592
9Ricky Walden312,208
10Ronnie O'Sullivan302,333
11Joe Perry295,133
12Marco Fu243,750
13Mark Williams243,008
14Allister Carter226,200
15Kyren Wilson225,174
16Barry Hawkins221,525
17Anthony McGill197,375
18Martin Gould194,559
19Stephen Maguire190,750
20Liang Wenbo179,584
21Michael White175,258
22David Gilbert174,792
23Ryan Day157,357
24Matthew Selt155,300
25Robert Milkins153,366
26Michael Holt149,683
27Ben Woollaston141,849
28Alan McManus140,934
29Graeme Dott139,933
30Mark Davis136,791
31Peter Ebdon126,842
32Luca Brecel125,799
33Thepchaiya Un-Nooh124,041
34Jimmy Robertson103,650
35Mark King102,984
36Jamie Jones93,783
37Tom Ford90,558
38Mike Dunn88,458
39Gary Wilson86,141
40Dominic Dale85,642
41Matthew Stevens81,766
42Kurt Maflin80,850
43Dechawat Poomjaeng75,924
44Jack Lisowski75,016
45Mark Joyce73,383
46Rod Lawler72,874
47Zhou Yuelong71,525
48Sam Baird71,524
49Xiao Guodong70,542
50Tian Pengfei70,383
51Robbie Williams69,566
52Fergal O'Brien69,333
53Rory McLeod68,958
54Li Hang66,375
55David Grace64,516
56Andrew Higginson64,200
57Joe Swail63,158
58Stuart Carrington61,617
59Jamie Burnett58,108
60Ken Doherty57,233
61Oliver Lines56,725
62Robin Hull53,666
63Ian Burns53,033
64Yu Delu49,900
65Alfie Burden36,100
66Nigel Bond35,275
67Martin O'Donnell31,925
68Jamie Cope30,125
69Daniel Wells26,300
70Chris Wakelin24,750
71Ross Muir24,650
72Noppon Saengkham24,025
73Zhang Yong15,025
74Sean O'Sullivan14,800
75Hossein Vafaei Ayouri13,625
76Darryl Hill11,550
77John Astley *11,400
78Zhang Anda *11,000
79Rhys Clark10,850
80Paul Davison10,750
81Allan Taylor10,525
82Akani Songsermsawad9,500
83Sanderson Lam9,225
84James Cahill9,125
85Mei Xiwen *8,900
86Thor Chuan Leong *8,500
87Duane Jones8,275
88Hamza Akbar7,100
89Sam Craigie *7,025
90Hammad Miah *7,000
91Sydney Wilson6,750
92Scott Donaldson *6,525
93James Wattana *6,500
94Lee Walker *5,925
95Zhao Xintong *5,575
96Jimmy White5,500
97Gareth Allen5,300
98Eden Sharav5,200
99Michael Georgiou *4,925
100Cao Yupeng *4,525
101Yan Bingtao *4,475
102Adam Duffy *4,050
103Michael Wild4,000
104Wang Yuchen *4,000
105Liam Highfield *3,725
106Anthony Hamilton *3,525
107Ian Preece *3,000
108Fraser Patrick2,575
109Xiongman Fang *2,525
110Elliot Slessor *2525
111Jason Weston2100
112Mitchell Mann *2000
113Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn *2000
114Jak Jones *1050
115Christopher Keogan *1050
116Craig Steadman *1025
117Kurt Dunham *525
118Chen Zhe *500
119Jamie Curtis-Barrett *500
120Aditya Mehta *0
121Rouzi Maimaiti *0
122Itaro Santos0
123Hatem Yassen0
124Igor Figueiredo0
125Leo Fernandez *0
126Alex Borg *0
127David John *0
128Boonyarit Keattikun *0
129Josh Boileau *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.

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