The list of WST players for the 2023/24 season is now complete.
The Top 64
These players retained their places on the circuit via their position in the official world rankings, with a one-year card.
The Two-Year Cards
These players competed on the main tour in 2022/23 and will start the 2023/24 season on the second year of their two-year tour cards.
The Top Four From The One-Year Ranking List
The top four players on the 2022/23 one-year ranking list, not already inside the top 64 of the two-year ranking list or on the first year of a two-year card. They receive a fresh two-year tour card, starting on zero ranking points.
Q School UK
A further eight made it through 2023 Q School UK and they will receive a two-year tour card.
Q School Asia-Oceania
Four players were promoted from Q School Asia-Oceania and again they will receive a two-year tour card.
Thor Chuan Leong
Ishpreet Singh Chadha
World Snooker Federation
Two players have qualified via the 2023 World Snooker Federation Championships. They will be awarded a two-year card.
Ma Hai Long
WPBSA Q Tour
Two players have qualified via the 2022/23 WPBSA Q Tour. They will be awarded a two-year card.
World Women’s Snooker Tour
The World Women’s Champion and next eligible player from the World Women’s Snooker Tour rankings will be awarded a two-year card.
China Tour Qualifiers
Three players have qualified via the CBSA China Tour. They earn a fresh two-year tour card.
These players have qualified as regional champions. They will be awarded a two-year card.
Ross Muir (EBSA European Champion)
Liam Graham (EBSA European Under-21 Champion)
Liu Hongyu (Asia Pacific Champion)
Ahmed Aly Elsayed (Pan-American Champion)
Mostafa Dorgham – African Champion
Invitational Tour Card
Marco Fu has been awarded a new two-year Invitational Tour Card.