Shaun Murphy Watches His 2005 World Championship Win

World Rankings

After 2022 BetVictor Championship League

1Ronnie O'Sullivan1,041,000
2Judd Trump1,011,500
3Mark Selby916,500
4Neil Robertson902,000
5John Higgins537,000
6Zhao Xintong443,500
7Mark Williams428,500
8Kyren Wilson421,000
9Luca Brecel330,000
10Shaun Murphy322,000
11Jack Lisowski316,500
12Barry Hawkins311,000
13Stuart Bingham305,000
14Mark Allen291,500
15Yan Bingtao253,000
16Ricky Walden209,000
17Hossein Vafaei208,000
18Anthony McGill202,500
19David Gilbert199,000
20Ali Carter174,500
21Jordan Brown168,000
22Zhou Yuelong166,000
23Matthew Selt165,500
24Stephen Maguire157,500
25Jimmy Robertson155,000
26Joe Perry149,500
27Robert Milkins147,500
28Ryan Day144,500
29Lu Ning142,000
30Tom Ford139,500
31Martin Gould138,500
32Jamie Jones135,500
33Gary Wilson129,000
34Ding Junhui128,500
35Graeme Dott117,000
36Xiao Guodong115,000
37Fan Zhengyi113,000
38Noppon Saengkham107,500
39Liam Highfield103,500
40Wenbo Liang101,000
41Jak Jones99,500
42Ben Woollaston96,500
43Lyu Haotian95,000
44Chris Wakelin95,000
45Sam Craigie90,500
46Anthony Hamilton89,500
47Jamie Clarke88,500
48Pang Junxu88,000
49Li Hang87,500
50Scott Donaldson87,000
51Joe O'Connor86,500
52Mark King82,500
53Thepchaiya Un-Nooh82,000
54Mark Davis82,000
55David Grace80,500
56Matthew Stevens77,000
57Mark Joyce75,000
58Elliot Slessor74,500
59Oliver Lines73,000
60Dominic Dale72,500
61Robbie Williams72,500
62Alexander Ursenbacher70,000
63Tian Pengfei68,500
64Stuart Carrington65,500
65Cao Yupeng60,000
66Jackson Page55,500
67Yuan SiJun48,000
68Andy Hicks46,000
69Wu Yize40,500
70Zhang Anda35,500
71Hammad Miah30,500
72Mitchell Mann28,000
73Peter Lines24,500
74Xu Si24,000
75Zhang Jiankang24,000
76Duane Jones23,000
77Lei Peifan22,500
78Gerard Greene20,500
79Louis Heathcote20,000
80Chang Bingyu19,000
81Craig Steadman16,500
82Fraser Patrick15,500
83Andrew Pagett14,500
84Barry Pinches14,500
85Ian Burns14,000
86Michael Judge12,000
87Jamie O'Neill9,000
88Alfie Burden8,000
89Dean Young7,000
90Michael White *6,000
91Jimmy White6,000
92Aaron Hill *4,000
93Chen Zifan4,000
94On Yee Ng3,000
95Himanshu Jain *2,000
96Ben Mertens *2,000
97Si Jiahui *2,000
98David Lilley *2,000
99Rod Lawler *2,000
100John Astley *2,000
101Sean O'Sullivan *1,000
102Jenson Kendrick *1,000
103Ryan Thomerson *1,000
104Dylan Emery *1,000
105James Cahill *1,000
106Ken Doherty *1,000
107Sanderson Lam *1,000
108Ashley Hugill *1,000
109Mink Wongharuthai *0
110Allan Taylor *0
111Victor Sarkis *0
112Lukas Kleckers *0
113Asjad Iqbal *0
114Muhammad Asif *0
115Andres Petrov *0
116Julien Leclercq *0
117Dechawat Poomjaeng *0
118Fergal O'Brien *0
119Stephen Hendry *0
120Adam Duffy *0
121Marco Fu0
122Yisong Peng *0
123Zak Surety *0
124Mohamed Ibrahim *0
125Igor Figueiredo0
126Andy Lee *0
127Oliver Brown *0
128Anton Kazakov *0
129Reanne Evans0
130Rebecca Kenna *0
131Bai Langning *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.

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