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World Rankings

After 2022 BetVictor European Masters (22/23 Season)

1Ronnie O'Sullivan1,041,000
2Judd Trump1,022,500
3Mark Selby916,500
4Neil Robertson902,000
5John Higgins537,000
6Kyren Wilson501,000
7Zhao Xintong448,000
8Mark Williams446,000
9Barry Hawkins346,000
10Luca Brecel333,000
11Shaun Murphy329,500
12Jack Lisowski321,000
13Stuart Bingham309,500
14Mark Allen291,500
15Yan Bingtao260,500
16Ricky Walden213,500
17Hossein Vafaei211,000
18Anthony McGill205,500
19David Gilbert199,000
20Ali Carter192,000
21Zhou Yuelong173,500
22Jordan Brown171,000
23Matthew Selt165,500
24Jimmy Robertson159,500
25Stephen Maguire157,500
26Robert Milkins155,000
27Ryan Day152,000
28Joe Perry149,500
29Jamie Jones146,500
30Lu Ning142,000
31Tom Ford139,500
32Martin Gould138,500
33Gary Wilson133,500
34Ding Junhui128,500
35Graeme Dott120,000
36Xiao Guodong119,500
37Fan Zhengyi113,000
38Noppon Saengkham107,500
39Liam Highfield103,500
40Jak Jones102,500
41Wenbo Liang101,000
42Chris Wakelin99,500
43Lyu Haotian98,000
44Ben Woollaston96,500
45Anthony Hamilton92,500
46Scott Donaldson91,500
47Li Hang90,500
48Sam Craigie90,500
49Jamie Clarke88,500
50David Grace88,000
51Pang Junxu88,000
52Joe O'Connor86,500
53Mark King82,500
54Mark Davis82,000
55Thepchaiya Un-Nooh82,000
56Matthew Stevens80,000
57Mark Joyce79,500
58Dominic Dale77,000
59Oliver Lines76,000
60Elliot Slessor74,500
61Robbie Williams72,500
62Stuart Carrington70,000
63Alexander Ursenbacher70,000
64Tian Pengfei68,500
65Jackson Page60,000
66Cao Yupeng60,000
67Wu Yize51,500
68Yuan SiJun51,000
69Andy Hicks49,000
70Zhang Anda38,500
71Mitchell Mann31,000
72Hammad Miah30,500
73Lei Peifan25,500
74Peter Lines24,500
75Xu Si24,000
76Zhang Jiankang24,000
77Duane Jones23,000
78Chang Bingyu22,000
79Gerard Greene20,500
80Louis Heathcote20,000
81Barry Pinches17,500
82Ian Burns17,000
83Craig Steadman16,500
84Fraser Patrick15,500
85Michael Judge15,000
86Andrew Pagett14,500
87Si Jiahui *13,000
88Michael White *9,000
89Jimmy White9,000
90Jamie O'Neill9,000
91Alfie Burden8,000
92Aaron Hill *7,000
93Dean Young7,000
94Marco Fu4,500
95Sean O'Sullivan *4,000
96Dylan Emery *4,000
97James Cahill *4,000
98Sanderson Lam *4,000
99Ashley Hugill *4,000
100Chen Zifan4,000
101Lukas Kleckers *3,000
102Oliver Brown *3,000
103On Yee Ng3,000
104Ben Mertens *2,000
105Himanshu Jain *2,000
106David Lilley *2,000
107Rod Lawler *2,000
108John Astley *2,000
109Ryan Thomerson *1,000
110Jenson Kendrick *1,000
111Ken Doherty *1,000
112Anton Kazakov *0
113Reanne Evans0
114Rebecca Kenna *0
115Bai Langning *0
116Zak Surety *0
117Yisong Peng *0
118Andy Lee *0
119Mohamed Ibrahim *0
120Allan Taylor *0
121Victor Sarkis *0
122Muhammad Asif *0
123Asjad Iqbal *0
124Mink Nutcharut *0
125Julien Leclercq *0
126Dechawat Poomjaeng *0
127Andres Petrov *0
128Adam Duffy *0
129Fergal O'Brien *0
130Stephen Hendry *0

Where prize money is won without a player winning a match in a tournament, NONE of that prize money will count towards these prize money rankings save for the World Grand Prix, Players Championship and Tour Championship.

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.

WST Seeding – Count Back:  Players on equal prize money will be seeded based on the best performance (stage/round reached through winning a match) working backwards from the most recent ranking event. If still equal, frames won when losing will determine their position, working backwards from the most recent ranking event. For the purposes of count back, competing in an event and losing is treated as a better performance than not entering or competing in an event.

For a full explanation of how the rankings work, click here