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Points to Defend: Revision One

Points to be dropped, 2010/11 Revision One:

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.

At that initial update, points earned from the 2008 Northern Ireland Trophy, Shanghai Masters and Grand Prix tournaments will be replaced by points from tournaments early in the 2010/11 season and to illustrate which players have the most to lose (eg who started 2008/9 strongly), 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 NIT, SM & GP 2008
1 Ronnie O’Sullivan 12125
2 John Higgins MBE 11350
3 Ryan Day 9400
4= Allister Carter 7900
4= Ricky Walden 7900
6 Dave Harold 7650
7 Mark Selby 7475
8 Stephen Maguire 6575
9 Judd Trump 6550
10 Jamie Cope 6425
11 Steve Davis OBE 6200
12 Joe Perry 6175
13 Barry Hawkins 5650
14 Marco Fu 5575
15 Adrian Gunnell 5125
16 Mark J Williams MBE 5119
17 Liang Wenbo 5050
18 Michael Holt 4925
19 Ding Junhui 4525
20 Alan McManus 4488
21 Mark Allen 3950
22 Mark Davis 3925
23 Ian McCulloch 3794
24= Stephen Hendry MBE 3775
24= Peter Ebdon 3775
26 Anthony Hamilton 3725
27 Jimmy White MBE 3675
28= David Gilbert 3600
28= Andrew Higginson 3600
30 Jimmy Michie 3550
31= Neil Robertson 3475
31= Mark King 3475
33 Jamie Burnett 3350
34= Rory McLeod 3288
34= Tom Ford 3288
36 Andy Hicks 3207
37 Stuart Pettman 3207
38= Stuart Bingham 3194
38= Stephen Lee 3194
40 Mark Joyce 3175
41 Simon Bedford 3050
42 Marcus Campbell 3038
43= Mike Dunn 2863
43= Gerard Greene 2863
45 Dominic Dale 2819
46= Matthew Stevens 2694
46= Ken Doherty 2694
46= Fergal O’Brien 2694
49 Matthew Selt 2675
50 Rod Lawler 2457
51 Peter Lines 2425
52= Graeme Dott 2275
52= Shaun Murphy 2275
54= Tony Drago 2193
54= Alfie Burden 2193
54= Bjorn Haneveer 2193
54= Joe Jogia 2193
54= Anthony McGill 2193
54= Igor Figueiredo 2193
54= Liam Highfield 2193
54= Jimmy Robertson 2193
54= Jamie Jones 2193
54= James Wattana 2193
54= James McBain 2193
54= Jack Lisowski 2193
54= Xiao Guodong 2193
54= T.Thirapongpaiboon 2193
54= Michael White 2193
54= Paul Davison 2193
54= Kyren Wilson 2193
54= Zhang Anda 2193
54= Ben Woollaston 2193
54= Andrew Pagett 2193
54= Justin Astley 2193
54= Dermot McGlinchey 2193
54= Kuldesh Johal 2193
54= Liu Chuang 2193
54= Patrick Einsle 2193
54= Kurt Maflin 2193
54= Adam Wicheard 2193
54= Noppon Saengkham 2193
54= Jamie O’Neill 2193
54= Jak Jones 2193
54= Issara Kachaiwong 2193
54= Reanne Evans 2193
86 David Morris 1882
87= Joe Swail 1869
87= Nigel Bond 1869
87= Michael Judge 1869
90 Matthew Couch 1800
91 Paul Davies 1775
92= Barry Pinches 1632
92= Joe Delaney 1632
92= Martin Gould 1632
95 Patrick Wallace 1100
96 Robert Milkins 1057
  • http://snooker147blog.com Ander Isuskiza

    Awesome!!

  • Stephan Erhardt

    What about the new entries on the main tour?
    Your very provisional ranking shows no points for them out of the 2008/2009 season.
    But global-snooker adds 5850 points for the season. so how many points will they be reduced???
    Thanks for any reply

  • matt2745

    As far as I know they are not given any points for 2008/9 but in return do not lose any points as the season goes on. Not sure why Global have given them 5850 unless there has been a change that I am not aware of. Over at the WSA website they haven’t been given anything for 2008/9 yet:

    http://www.worldsnooker.com/site_files/latest%20world%20rankings.pdf

  • Stephan Erhardt

    Thank U very much from Bavaria.

  • Stephan Erhardt

    Hi, it’s me once again…
    According to the german eurosport-website (august, 23rd of august) the WSA announced a new handling to the starter ponits for those having joint the main tour in the 2009-2010 season. the 5850 starter point will be divided through the number of tournaments played in 2008-09, so the players (e.g. Tony Drgao) will get 731 points for each tournament. Therefore on cut-off 1 they will lose 2193 points each. It is not decided yet which two tournaments will be worth 732 points as there are two points missing.

  • matt2745

    Interesting, I shall post on this, thanks!