Lisowski Riding High On Shanghai Form

World Rankings

After 2017 Shanghai Masters

   
1Mark Selby1,448,500
2Judd Trump674,275
3Ding Junhui641,950
4Ronnie O'Sullivan540,750
5John Higgins522,800
6Shaun Murphy439,400
7Mark Allen409,700
8Marco Fu399,400
9Barry Hawkins396,475
10Neil Robertson387,125
11Stuart Bingham345,862
12Luca Brecel340,150
13Ali Carter335,025
14Kyren Wilson327,375
15Liang Wenbo320,675
16Mark Williams282,250
17Anthony McGill279,350
18Ryan Day251,537
19Martin Gould249,075
20Stephen Maguire232,450
21Mark King217,600
22Joe Perry199,250
23Ricky Walden198,600
24Michael Holt178,575
25David Gilbert178,225
26Michael White157,550
27Anthony Hamilton153,925
28Graeme Dott149,950
29Zhou Yuelong149,000
30Alan McManus147,325
31Ben Woollaston145,550
32Tom Ford137,900
33Jack Lisowski131,187
34Robert Milkins131,175
35Xiao Guodong126,450
36Dominic Dale126,275
37Jimmy Robertson125,737
38Li Hang124,975
39Yan Bingtao124,125
40Mark Davis121,025
41Matthew Selt117,450
42Mark Joyce111,662
43Peter Ebdon109,237
44Fergal O'Brien107,612
45Jamie Jones105,412
46Kurt Maflin105,062
47Robbie Williams98,475
48Mike Dunn97,975
49David Grace96,825
50Yu DeLu96,250
51Hossein Vafaei95,125
52Stuart Carrington94,425
53Thepchaiya Un-Nooh91,425
54Andrew Higginson91,150
55Matthew Stevens90,487
56Gary Wilson89,912
57Rory McLeod89,712
58Sam Baird89,600
59Alfie Burden81,000
60Daniel Wells77,337
61Oliver Lines75,537
62Chris Wakelin75,425
63Tian Pengfei71,875
64Noppon Saengkham68,250
65John Astley63,225
66Scott Donaldson59,525
67Zhang Anda57,750
68Cao Yupeng56,525
69Lee Walker54,825
70Mei Xiwen50,212
71Liam Highfield49,325
72Michael Georgiou41,237
73Ian Preece36,100
74Zhao Xintong35,762
75Mitchell Mann35,025
76Ken Doherty *34,000
77Hammad Miah33,337
78Alexander Ursenbacher *32,600
79Aditya Mehta32,100
80James Wattana29,500
81Sam Craigie29,462
82Elliot Slessor28,362
83Akani Songsermsawad *25,000
84Wang Yuchen22,500
85Martin O'Donnell *22,100
86Jak Jones21,462
87Fang Xiongman20,650
88Craig Steadman19,550
89Gerard Greene *18,500
90Thor Chuan Leong17,400
91Adam Duffy17,362
92Allan Taylor *15,250
93Ian Burns *15,000
94Xu Si *15,000
95Alex Borg14,600
96Zhang Yong *14,000
97Chen Zifan *12,500
98Chen Zhe12,500
99Li Yuan *12,500
100Eden Sharav *11,000
101Lyu Haotian *10,500
102Josh Boileau10,312
103Yuan SiJun *9,500
104Robin Hull *8,000
105Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn8,000
106Billy Castle *8,000
107Sanderson Lam *8,000
108Soheil Vahedi *8,000
109Peter Lines *7,725
110Ross Muir *6,500
111Christopher Keogan6,050
112Niu Zhuang *6,000
113Duane Jones *6,000
114Boonyarit Keattikun6,000
115Joe Swail *5,500
116Jamie Curtis-Barrett5,100
117Paul Davison *5,000
118Ashley Hugill *4,500
119Sean O'Sullivan *4,000
120Jimmy White *4,000
121Chris Totten *4,000
122Kurt Dunham3,025
123Rod Lawler *2,600
124Nigel Bond *2,600
125Rhys Clark *2,500
126David John2,337
127Lukas Kleckers *2000
128Hamza Akbar *0
129Matthew Bolton *0
130Leo Fernandez0
131Basem Eltahhan *0

* –  This denotes a player who has a 2 year tour card covering the 2017/18 and 2018/19 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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