Gilbert beats Higgins for Yushan Quarter Finals

World Rankings

After 2017 Indian Open

   
1Mark Selby1,299,725
2John Higgins581,600
3Judd Trump531,775
4Ding Junhui517,950
5Shaun Murphy437,625
6Marco Fu399,725
7Barry Hawkins383,975
8Neil Robertson363,125
9Stuart Bingham323,862
10Ronnie O'Sullivan316,750
11Mark Allen315,925
12Ali Carter308,925
13Kyren Wilson304,400
14Liang Wenbo301,975
15Luca Brecel284,875
16Ryan Day250,562
17Mark Williams240,250
18Anthony McGill234,250
19David Gilbert212,225
20Martin Gould206,075
21Stephen Maguire205,850
22Mark King203,300
23Ricky Walden187,100
24Joe Perry186,150
25Michael Holt177,100
26Michael White153,075
27Anthony Hamilton151,925
28Alan McManus141,325
29Graeme Dott138,475
30Zhou Yuelong137,800
31Ben Woollaston133,525
32Tom Ford130,225
33Mark Davis123,525
34Dominic Dale120,800
35Jimmy Robertson110,762
36Robert Milkins110,575
37Fergal O'Brien108,137
38Mike Dunn107,975
39Xiao Guodong106,250
40Matthew Selt105,975
41Thepchaiya Un-Nooh104,675
42Peter Ebdon103,962
43Rory McLeod103,462
44Jamie Jones103,437
45David Grace100,825
46Li Hang100,675
47Mark Joyce93,662
48Yu DeLu88,775
49Kurt Maflin88,762
50Sam Baird88,125
51Stuart Carrington87,450
52Tian Pengfei86,675
53Andrew Higginson85,875
54Matthew Stevens84,987
55Yan Bingtao80,125
56Robbie Williams76,500
57Gary Wilson76,337
58Jack Lisowski75,212
59Hossein Vafaei73,125
60Alfie Burden69,525
61Oliver Lines68,562
62Daniel Wells68,362
63Noppon Saengkham66,650
64Chris Wakelin64,950
65Scott Donaldson59,525
66Zhang Anda52,500
67Liam Highfield45,825
68John Astley43,725
69Lee Walker34,825
70Mei Xiwen32,212
71Hammad Miah29,837
72Michael Georgiou29,237
73Zhao Xintong27,262
74Mitchell Mann26,525
75Ken Doherty *26,000
76Elliot Slessor24,362
77Ian Preece23,600
78James Wattana23,500
79Aditya Mehta22,100
80Sam Craigie21,462
81Jak Jones19,462
82Wang Yuchen18,500
83Craig Steadman17,050
84Fang Xiongman16,150
85Xu Si *15,000
86Alex Borg14,600
87Cao Yupeng13,525
88Thor Chuan Leong11,900
89Adam Duffy11,362
90Josh Boileau10,312
91Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn8,000
92Allan Taylor *7,000
93Ian Burns *7,000
94Alexander Ursenbacher *6,600
95Christopher Keogan6,050
96Boonyarit Keattikun6,000
97Akani Songsermsawad *6,000
98Jamie Curtis-Barrett5,100
99Chen Zifan *5,000
100Paul Davison *5,000
101Gerard Greene *5,000
102Martin O'Donnell *4,600
103Jimmy White *4,000
104Robin Hull *4,000
105Sean O'Sullivan *4,000
106Chen Zhe3,500
107Kurt Dunham3,025
108Nigel Bond *2,600
109Rod Lawler *2,600
110David John2,337
111Lukas Kleckers *2,000
112Soheil Vahedi *2,000
113Niu Zhuang *2,000
114Ashley Hugill *2,000
115Duane Jones *2,000
116Peter Lines *1,725
117Eden Sharav *1,000
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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