Wakelin Champion After Beating Leclercq | BetVictor Shoot Out

World Rankings

After 2023 BetVictor Shoot Out

1Ronnie O'Sullivan992,000
2Mark Selby790,000
3Mark Allen757,500
4Judd Trump740,000
5Neil Robertson713,500
6John Higgins490,000
7Mark Williams458,500
8Kyren Wilson441,500
9Zhao Xintong417,000
10Luca Brecel375,500
11Shaun Murphy352,500
12Jack Lisowski331,000
13Barry Hawkins319,500
14Stuart Bingham292,500
15Yan Bingtao234,500
16Ryan Day221,500
17Gary Wilson219,000
18David Gilbert212,500
19Anthony McGill209,500
20Hossein Vafaei205,500
21Ricky Walden203,000
22Ding Junhui200,500
23Ali Carter195,000
24Tom Ford185,000
25Jordan Brown174,000
26Zhou Yuelong171,500
27Jimmy Robertson169,000
28Matthew Selt158,500
29Joe Perry151,500
30Stephen Maguire148,500
31Robert Milkins147,000
32Noppon Saengkham143,000
33Chris Wakelin134,500
34Jamie Jones134,000
35Xiao Guodong133,500
36Sam Craigie127,500
37Fan Zhengyi118,000
38Joe O'Connor117,000
39Lyu Haotian117,000
40Graeme Dott112,500
41Anthony Hamilton108,000
42Liam Highfield103,000
43Thepchaiya Un-Nooh95,500
44Ben Woollaston93,500
45Jamie Clarke92,500
46Martin Gould91,000
47Lu Ning90,500
48Jak Jones86,000
49Scott Donaldson84,500
50Mark King84,500
51Dominic Dale81,000
52Matthew Stevens79,500
53Robbie Williams79,000
54Tian Pengfei78,500
55Cao Yupeng77,000
56Pang Junxu77,000
57Yuan SiJun74,500
58Mark Joyce74,500
59Wenbo Liang74,000
60Stuart Carrington71,500
61Mark Davis69,000
62Oliver Lines68,500
63Elliot Slessor67,500
64Li Hang65,000
65Jackson Page63,500
66Wu Yize63,500
67Andy Hicks59,500
68David Grace55,500
69Zhang Anda54,000
70Alexander Ursenbacher52,000
71Hammad Miah49,000
72Xu Si46,000
73Mitchell Mann37,000
74Peter Lines35,500
75Lei Peifan33,500
76Michael White *31,500
77Duane Jones30,500
78Chang Bingyu30,000
79Ian Burns29,000
80Fraser Patrick28,500
81Craig Steadman27,500
82Gerard Greene27,000
83Zhang Jiankang27,000
84Louis Heathcote26,500
85Julien Leclercq *26,000
86Ashley Hugill *23,500
87John Astley *23,000
88Jimmy White22,000
89Si Jiahui *21,000
90Dylan Emery *19,500
91Barry Pinches18,000
92Michael Judge17,500
93Andrew Pagett17,000
94Chen Zifan16,000
95David Lilley *15,500
96Marco Fu14,000
97Alfie Burden13,500
98Zak Surety *13,500
99Dean Young13,000
100Andy Lee *12,500
101Aaron Hill *11,500
102Andres Petrov *10,500
103Sean O'Sullivan *10,000
104Lukas Kleckers *9,500
105Jamie O'Neill9,500
106On Yee Ng8,500
107Ken Doherty *7,500
108James Cahill *6,500
109Sanderson Lam *6,500
110Asjad Iqbal *6,000
111Ben Mertens *5,500
112Muhammad Asif *5,500
113Oliver Brown *5,500
114Dechawat Poomjaeng *5,000
115Himanshu Jain *5,000
116Rod Lawler *4,500
117Fergal O'Brien *3,500
118Allan Taylor *3,000
119Mink Nutcharut *3,000
120Yisong Peng *2,500
121Mohamed Ibrahim *2,500
122Ryan Thomerson *1,000
123Jenson Kendrick *1,000
124Reanne Evans500
125Victor Sarkis *500
126Adam Duffy *500
127Stephen Hendry *0
128Rebecca Kenna *0
129Bai Langning *0
130Anton Kazakov *0
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