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Tour Nationalities 2019/20

There are 20 different countries represented by 127 players on the World Snooker Tour this season.

Here’s the breakdown….

England: 59

Ronnie O’Sullivan
Judd Trump
Mark Selby
Kyren Wilson
Barry Hawkins
Jack Lisowski
David Gilbert
Stuart Bingham
Shaun Murphy
Ali Carter
Joe Perry
Gary Wilson
Jimmy Robertson
Tom Ford
Mark King
Ricky Walden
Martin Gould
Mark Davis
Matthew Selt
Robert Milkins
Ben Woollaston
Martin O’Donnell
Michael Holt
Peter Ebdon
Chris Wakelin
Stuart Carrington
Mark Joyce
Andrew Higginson
Robbie Williams
Liam Highfield
Anthony Hamilton
Mike Dunn
Elliot Slessor
John Astley
Oliver Lines
Alfie Burden
Joe O’Connor
Sam Baird
Hammad Miah
Sam Craigie
Craig Steadman
Ashley Carty
Harvey Chandler
Jimmy White
James Cahill
Ian Burns
Rod Lawler
Nigel Bond
Brandon Sargeant
David Grace
Mitchell Mann
David Lilley
Jamie O’Neill
Riley Parsons
Louis Heathcote
Andy Hicks
Billy Castle
Peter Lines
Barry Pinches

Chinese: 23

Ding Junhui
Yan Bingtao
Xiao Guodong
Lyu Haotian
Li Hang
Zhou Yuelong
Liang Wenbo
Yuan Sijun
Zhao Xintong
Tian Pengfei
Mei Xiwen
Zhang Anda
Zhang Jiankang
Chen Feilong
Lu Ning
Luo Honghao
Fan Zhengyi
Bingyu Chang
Langning Bai
Xu Si
Chen Zifan
Si Jiahui
Peifan Lei

Wales: 12

Mark Williams
Ryan Day
Matthew Stevens
Michael White
Daniel Wells
Lee Walker
Jamie Clarke
Jak Jones
Kishan Hirani
Duane Jones
Dominic Dale
Jackson Page

Scotland: 7

John Higgins
Stephen Maguire
Graeme Dott
Anthony McGill
Scott Donaldson
Alan McManus
Fraser Patrick

Thailand: 4

Akani Songsermsawad
James Wattana
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Noppon Saengkham

Northern Ireland: 3

Mark Allen
Jordan Brown
Gerard Greene

Ireland: 2

Ken Doherty
Fergal O’Brien

Hong Kong: 2

Marco Fu
Andy Lee

Australia: 2

Neil Robertson
Steve Mifsud

Iran: 2

Hossein Vafaei
Soheil Vahedi

Poland: 2

Adam Stefanow
Kacper Filipiak

Brazil: 1

Igor Figueiredo

Switzerland: 1

Alexander Ursenbacher

Malta: 1

Alex Borg

Israel: 1

Eden Sharav

Germany: 1

Simon Lichtenberg

Malaysia: 1

Thor Chuan Leong

Norway: 1

Kurt Maflin

Cyprus: 1

Michael Georgiou

Belgium: 1

Luca Brecel

Morocco: 1

Amiri Amine