Invincible Williams Wins Yushan World Open

World Rankings

After 2018 Hong Rui Ma Yushan World Open

   
1Mark Selby1,321,250
2Mark Williams1,012,500
3Ronnie O'Sullivan905,750
4John Higgins736,775
5Judd Trump657,250
6Ding Junhui592,025
7Barry Hawkins570,725
8Shaun Murphy444,375
9Kyren Wilson428,750
10Neil Robertson355,625
11Mark Allen344,450
12Stuart Bingham315,837
13Luca Brecel315,125
14Stephen Maguire310,025
15Ryan Day304,837
16Anthony McGill304,800
17Marco Fu300,625
18Liang Wenbo255,400
19Ali Carter252,275
20David Gilbert240,300
21Jack Lisowski224,812
22Yan Bingtao222,375
23Mark King220,525
24Graeme Dott217,625
25Joe Perry214,425
26Xiao Guodong201,525
27Martin Gould193,000
28Ricky Walden190,475
29Anthony Hamilton183,425
30Michael White174,625
31Robert Milkins162,525
32Zhou Yuelong157,400
33Tom Ford156,750
34Michael Holt148,800
35Gary Wilson140,362
36Jimmy Robertson139,837
37Li Hang138,400
38Jamie Jones137,537
39Ben Woollaston136,775
40Noppon Saengkham134,625
41Cao Yupeng128,525
42Mark Davis127,975
43Mark Joyce125,837
44Stuart Carrington118,025
45Dominic Dale117,125
46Chris Wakelin115,775
47Kurt Maflin114,337
48Hossein Vafaei114,000
49Yu DeLu113,225
50Fergal O'Brien112,437
51Michael Georgiou109,212
52Andrew Higginson106,000
53Matthew Stevens105,337
54Mike Dunn102,525
55Scott Donaldson102,025
56Peter Ebdon101,712
57Matthew Selt99,900
58Robbie Williams98,825
59Lyu Haotian98,000
60Liam Highfield95,825
61Rory McLeod93,837
62Daniel Wells81,212
63Thepchaiya Un-Nooh81,000
64Alan McManus78,900
65Akani Songsermsawad64,000
66Ken Doherty61,000
67Martin O'Donnell50,100
68Gerard Greene38,000
69Alexander Ursenbacher37,100
70Yuan SiJun32,000
71Zhang Yong31,000
72Xu Si31,000
73Jimmy White29,000
74Ian Burns28,500
75Peter Lines25,225
76Robin Hull24,000
77Li Yuan24,000
78Allan Taylor20,750
79Duane Jones20,000
80Nigel Bond19,100
81Chen Zifan17,500
82Niu Zhuang17,500
83Paul Davison16,500
84Ashley Hugill16,000
85Chris Totten14,500
86Eden Sharav13,500
87Soheil Vahedi12,500
88Billy Castle11,500
89Joe Swail11,500
90Rod Lawler11,100
91Hamza Akbar10,500
92Ross Muir10,000
93Mei Xiwen *9,500
94Sanderson Lam8,000
95Zhao Xintong *8,000
96Harvey Chandler *8,000
97Jak Jones *8,000
98Sean O'Sullivan6,000
99Lee Walker *5,500
100Lukas Kleckers5,000
101Craig Steadman *4,000
102Chun Wai Lee *4,000
103Simon Lichtenberg *4,000
104Zhang Anda *4,000
105Elliot Slessor *4,000
106Oliver Lines *3,000
107Joe O'Connor *3,000
108Ashley Carty *3,000
109Rhys Clark2,500
110Tian Pengfei *1,500
111Alfie Burden *1,500
112Sam Craigie *1,500
113Basem Eltahhan500
114Mohamed Ibrahim *0
115Lu Ning *0
116Chen Feilong *0
117Luo Honghao *0
118Fan Zhengyi *0
119Jordan Brown *0
120Zhang Jiankang *0
121Kishan Hirani *0
122Jamie Clarke *0
123Adam Stefanow *0
124Hammad Miah *0
125Thor Chuan Leong *0
126James Wattana *0
127Sam Baird *0
128John Astley *0

* –  This denotes a player who has a 2 year tour card covering the 2018/19 and 2019/20 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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