Category Archive: Rankings

May 07 2015

Provisional End of 2015/16 Rankings Now Available

While the 2014/15 snooker season might only have concluded three days ago, today I have published the first look at how next season’s tour survival race is currently shaping up, with the provisional end of 2015/16 ranking list.

Apr 16 2015

Hull, Carrington On Top 64 Climb

Following their victories yesterday at Ponds Forge in the final qualifying round of this year’s World Championship, both Robin Hull and Stuart Carrington ensured that they will end the season ranked inside the top 64, crucially for both players as they will now retain the prize money won during the past two seasons and in …

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Apr 06 2015

World Championship 2015: Tour Survival Blog

After months of updates and speculation, Wednesday will see the start of the 2015 Betfred World Championship qualifiers and with them, the climax of the race for main tour places for the 2015/16 season. As is now tradition, this then is the post that will be updated throughout this week’s matches (and the Crucible if …

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Apr 05 2015

World Snooker Rankings 2014/15: Revision Six Round-Up

Mark Selby’s victory at the China Open earlier today marked the final mid-season seedings revision of the season and the most important of all with the World Championship set to get underway on Wednesday. Click below for a round-up of all of the key changes to the seeding list…

Apr 03 2015

Crucible Seeds Finally Confirmed

After months of battling, the race for Crucible places in two weeks time has now finally resolved following defeat for Robert Milkins at the hands of Mark Selby in Beijing this morning.

Mar 28 2015

Closing In On The Cut: Crucible 2015

Following Joe Perry’s victory at the 2015 Players Championship today, we are now just one event and one week from knowing the final seedings list for next month’s World Championship, with only one place now up for grabs at the Crucible, but the placement of the seeds in the draw to be determined. There is …

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Feb 18 2015

Tour Structure 2015/16: Making 128 (ish)

As we enter the closing months of the 2014/15 season, attention is beginning to turn to how the tour will look next season, with the European Tour set to reach its conclusion before the end of February and tour places up for grabs at upcoming amateur events such as the European U-21 Championship in March. …

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Feb 11 2015

Are There Too Many Number Ones?

Following his victory at last weekend’s German Masters, Mark Selby regained the official number one ranking for the third time this season and the sixth time during his career to date. Already, we have seen the number one ranking change hands on a number of occasions during 2015, with Selby, Neil Robertson and Ding Junhui …

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