Ding Wins Yushan World Open

World Rankings

After 2017 World Open

   
1Mark Selby1,303,725
2Ding Junhui655,950
3John Higgins585,600
4Judd Trump496,775
5Shaun Murphy433,625
6Marco Fu406,725
7Barry Hawkins387,975
8Neil Robertson375,125
9Mark Allen328,425
10Ronnie O'Sullivan316,750
11Stuart Bingham311,362
12Luca Brecel310,875
13Ali Carter308,925
14Liang Wenbo299,975
15Kyren Wilson294,400
16Anthony McGill252,250
17Ryan Day249,562
18Mark Williams246,250
19David Gilbert228,225
20Stephen Maguire212,850
21Mark King205,300
22Martin Gould201,075
23Joe Perry198,150
24Ricky Walden194,100
25Michael Holt176,100
26Michael White153,075
27Anthony Hamilton151,925
28Graeme Dott142,475
29Ben Woollaston140,525
30Zhou Yuelong137,300
31Alan McManus135,325
32Tom Ford128,225
33Jimmy Robertson122,762
34Dominic Dale121,800
35Thepchaiya Un-Nooh116,675
36Li Hang115,675
37Xiao Guodong113,250
38Robert Milkins111,575
39Mark Davis111,525
40Peter Ebdon109,962
41Fergal O'Brien108,137
42Matthew Selt104,975
43Mike Dunn103,975
44Jamie Jones101,437
45Rory McLeod100,462
46Mark Joyce95,662
47David Grace92,825
48Yu DeLu92,775
49Kurt Maflin88,762
50Sam Baird88,125
51Tian Pengfei87,675
52Stuart Carrington87,450
53Matthew Stevens86,987
54Andrew Higginson86,875
55Gary Wilson80,337
56Yan Bingtao80,125
57Jack Lisowski77,212
58Daniel Wells75,362
59Hossein Vafaei75,125
60Robbie Williams74,500
61Alfie Burden73,525
62Oliver Lines72,562
63Chris Wakelin71,950
64Noppon Saengkham70,650
65Scott Donaldson59,525
66Zhang Anda56,500
67John Astley50,725
68Lee Walker46,825
69Liam Highfield45,825
70Michael Georgiou33,237
71Mei Xiwen32,212
72Ken Doherty *30,000
73Hammad Miah29,837
74Elliot Slessor28,362
75Zhao Xintong27,262
76Mitchell Mann26,525
77Cao Yupeng25,525
78Sam Craigie25,462
79Ian Preece23,600
80James Wattana23,500
81Aditya Mehta22,100
82Jak Jones19,462
83Wang Yuchen18,500
84Craig Steadman17,050
85Fang Xiongman16,150
86Xu Si *15,000
87Alex Borg14,600
88Allan Taylor *14,000
89Thor Chuan Leong11,900
90Adam Duffy11,362
91Ian Burns *11,000
92Alexander Ursenbacher *10,600
93Chen Zhe10,500
94Josh Boileau10,312
95Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn8,000
96Christopher Keogan6,050
97Boonyarit Keattikun6,000
98Akani Songsermsawad *6,000
99Duane Jones *6,000
100Jamie Curtis-Barrett5,100
101Chen Zifan *5,000
102Paul Davison *5,000
103Gerard Greene *5,000
104Eden Sharav *5,000
105Martin O'Donnell *4,600
106Jimmy White *4,000
107Robin Hull *4,000
108Sean O'Sullivan *4,000
109Kurt Dunham3,025
110Nigel Bond *2,600
111Rod Lawler *2,600
112David John2,337
113Lukas Kleckers *2,000
114Soheil Vahedi *2,000
115Niu Zhuang *2,000
116Ashley Hugill *2,000
117Peter Lines *1,725
118Joe Swail *1,000
119Matthew Bolton *0
120Basem Eltahhan *0
121Chris Totten *0
122Li Yuan *0
123Lyu Haotian *0
124Yuan SiJun *0
125Hamza Akbar *0
126Billy Castle *0
127Zhang Yong *0
128Leo Fernandez0
129Rhys Clark *0
130Sanderson Lam *0
131Ross Muir *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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