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World Rankings

After 2022 Betfred World Snooker Championship

   
1Ronnie O'Sullivan1,036,000
2Judd Trump1,009,500
3Mark Selby914,500
4Neil Robertson902,000
5John Higgins537,000
6Zhao Xintong434,500
7Mark Williams423,500
8Kyren Wilson419,000
9Shaun Murphy316,000
10Jack Lisowski315,500
11Barry Hawkins309,000
12Luca Brecel297,000
13Stuart Bingham296,000
14Mark Allen286,500
15Yan Bingtao253,000
16Anthony McGill202,500
17Hossein Vafaei202,000
18Ricky Walden198,000
19David Gilbert195,000
20Ali Carter170,500
21Matthew Selt164,500
22Jordan Brown164,000
23Zhou Yuelong164,000
24Stephen Maguire151,500
25Jimmy Robertson150,000
26Joe Perry148,500
27Robert Milkins142,500
28Ryan Day142,500
29Martin Gould138,500
30Tom Ford137,500
31Jamie Jones129,500
32Ding Junhui128,500
33Gary Wilson123,000
34Lu Ning119,000
35Graeme Dott117,000
36Fan Zhengyi113,000
37Noppon Saengkham105,500
38Xiao Guodong104,000
39Liam Highfield103,500
40Wenbo Liang101,000
41Jak Jones97,500
42Ben Woollaston91,500
43Chris Wakelin90,000
44Sam Craigie89,500
45Lyu Haotian87,000
46Scott Donaldson86,000
47Joe O'Connor85,500
48Li Hang85,500
49Jamie Clarke84,500
50Anthony Hamilton84,500
51Mark King81,500
52Thepchaiya Un-Nooh80,000
53Pang Junxu80,000
54Mark Davis80,000
55David Grace78,500
56Matthew Stevens77,000
57Oliver Lines73,000
58Mark Joyce73,000
59Dominic Dale70,500
60Elliot Slessor70,500
61Robbie Williams70,500
62Alexander Ursenbacher68,000
63Tian Pengfei66,500
64Stuart Carrington65,500
65Michael Holt62,000
66Kurt Maflin61,000
67Martin O'Donnell59,500
68Cao Yupeng *59,000
69Sunny Akani59,000
70Ashley Hugill58,500
71Andrew Higginson58,000
72Jackson Page *54,500
73Allan Taylor53,500
74Yang Gao52,000
75Simon Lichtenberg48,500
76Ashley Carty46,000
77Andy Hicks *44,000
78Rory McLeod42,500
79Fergal O'Brien42,500
80Yuan SiJun *42,000
81Steven Hallworth40,500
82Nigel Bond40,000
83Lukas Kleckers39,500
84Wu Yize *38,500
85Ken Doherty38,500
86Jianbo Zhao35,500
87Zhang Anda *34,500
88Ben Hancorn30,000
89Hammad Miah *28,500
90Mitchell Mann *27,000
91Lee Walker26,500
92Peter Devlin26,500
93Aaron Hill26,500
94Peter Lines *24,500
95Zhang Jiankang *24,000
96Duane Jones *23,000
97Xu Si *23,000
98Lei Peifan *22,500
99Farakh Ajaib22,500
100Jamie Wilson22,000
101Zak Surety20,500
102Louis Heathcote *20,000
103Iulian Boiko19,500
104Gerard Greene *18,500
105Craig Steadman *16,500
106Chang Bingyu *15,000
107Andrew Pagett *13,500
108Barry Pinches *13,500
109Fraser Patrick *13,500
110Ian Burns *13,000
111Stephen Hendry11,000
112Jamie O'Neill *9,000
113Michael Judge *8,000
114Dean Young *7,000
115Alfie Burden *7,000
116Jimmy White *6,000
117Sean Maddocks5,000
118On Yee Ng *3,000
119Chen Zifan *3,000
120Reanne Evans *0
121Marco Fu *0
122Igor Figueiredo *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