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Points to Defend: Revision Two

Points to be dropped, 2010/11 Revision Two:

From the start of the 2010/11 season there will now be a two-year rolling ranking system and so the rankings will now be adjusted mid-season, beginning with revision one following the second European Players Tour Championship event of the season which will be completed on the 3rd October 2010.

The second revision will take following the UK Championship in December 2010. At this update, points earned from the 2008 Bahrain Championship and UK Championship tournaments will be replaced by points from the later PTC events and the 2010 UK Championship tournaments.

To illustrate which players have the most to lose (eg who performed well during Bahrain/Telford 2008), here is a table showing who has what to defend:

To view their player profiles, please click here.

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# Player Points from BC & UK 2008
1 Shaun Murphy 8200
2 Neil Robertson 7850
3 Stephen Maguire 7300
4 Matthew Stevens 6850
5 Marco Fu 6700
6 Mark Allen 6050
7= Joe Perry 5650
7= Stephen Lee 5650
9 Allister Carter 5500
10 Barry Hawkins 4600
11 Mark J Williams MBE 4325
12 Stephen Hendry MBE 4250
13= Michael Holt 4000
13= Steve Davis OBE 4000
15 Robert Milkins 3850
16 John Higgins MBE 3750
17= Ronnie O’Sullivan 3550
17= Mark King 3550
17= Peter Ebdon 3550
17= Graeme Dott 3550
21= Judd Trump 3500
21= Stuart Bingham 3500
21= Mark Davis 3500
24 Dominic Dale 3363
25 Rory McLeod 3250
26 Marcus Campbell 3125
27
Martin Gould 3000
28 Ryan Day 2950
29= Liang Wenbo 2875
29= Jimmy Michie 2875
29= Andy Hicks 2875
32= Jamie Burnett 2850
32= Ding Junhui 2850
34 Ken Doherty 2800
35
Michael Judge 2763
36= Ian McCulloch 2675
36= Joe Swail 2675
38
Joe Delaney 2625
39
Mike Dunn 2575
40
Andrew Higginson 2550
41 David Morris 2500
42 Barry Pinches 2388
43 Gerard Greene 2300
44 Dave Harold 2263
45= Stuart Pettman 2250
45= Matthew Couch 2250
47= Adrian Gunnell 2175
47= Alan McManus 2175
49 Peter Lines 2125
50 Ricky Walden 2075
51 Matthew Selt 2000
52 Rod Lawler 1888
53 Jimmy White MBE 1675
54 Paul Davies 1638
55 Jamie Cope 1563
56= Tony Drago 1462
56= Alfie Burden 1462
56= Bjorn Haneveer 1462
56= Joe Jogia 1462
56= Anthony McGill 1462
56= Igor Figueiredo 1462
56= Liam Highfield 1462
56= Jimmy Robertson 1462
56= Jamie Jones 1462
56= James Wattana 1462
56= James McBain 1462
56= Jack Lisowski 1462
56= Xiao Guodong 1462
56= T.Thirapongpaiboon 1462
56= Michael White 1462
56= Paul Davison 1462
56= Kyren Wilson 1462
56= Zhang Anda 1462
56= Ben Woollaston 1462
56= Andrew Pagett 1462
56= Justin Astley 1462
56= Dermot McGlinchey 1462
56= Kuldesh Johal 1462
56= Liu Chuang 1462
56= Patrick Einsle 1462
56= Kurt Maflin 1462
56= Adam Wicheard 1462
56= Noppon Saengkham 1462
56= Jamie O’Neill 1462
56= Jak Jones 1462
56= Issara Kachaiwong 1462
56= Reanne Evans 1462
88= Anthony Hamilton 1438
88= Fergal O’Brien 1438
88= Nigel Bond 1438
91 Mark Joyce 1388
92 Patrick Wallace 1175
93= David Gilbert 1125
93= Tom Ford 1125
95 Mark Selby 1050
96 Simon Bedford 500
  • http://www.snookerisland.com Sonny

    Look who is at 95 out of 96!

  • matt2745

    Indeed, he is going to soar after the UK’s.

  • kildare cueman

    Looks as if it could be Higgins, O’Sullivan, Selby and Carter battling at the top end. Ding wont be too far behind.

    Robbo and Murphy need strong performances to maintain their positions.

  • http://www.snookerisland.com Sonny

    Just to confuse matters I’ve done a provisional top 10 for end of year :-)

    http://www.snookerisland.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=1267&start=78