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The world ranking is updated!The quasi-god is approaching O'Sullivan, Si Jiahui is hitting a new high, and Ding Junhui's ranking is falling

The world ranking is updated!The quasi-god is approaching O'Sullivan, Si Jiahui is hitting a new high, and Ding Junhui's ranking is falling

On February 5, 2024, Beijing time, the World Snooker Tour released the latest world rankings. O'Sullivan continues to be ranked No. 1 in the world, and Trump is ranked No. 2, but because Trump has just won the German Masters, this has allowed the world's No. 2 player to close the gap with O'Sullivan.

Allen, Brecel, Selby, Murphy, Robertson, and Mark Williams remain unchanged in the rankings, ranking third to eighth.

Kyren Wilson, who was previously ranked tenth, jumped to ninth, Carter ranked tenth, and Ding Junhui fell two places to temporarily ranked eleventh. Higgins, Anda Zhang, Milkins, Hawkins and Gary Wilson ranked 12th through 16th.

The world ranking is updated!The quasi-god is approaching O'Sullivan, Si Jiahui is hitting a new high, and Ding Junhui's ranking is falling

O'Sullivan and Trump Allen are firmly in the top three

In the latest world rankings, O'Sullivan has not increased his points since he did not participate in the German Masters, and he currently continues to rank first in the world with 1,117,500 pounds.

And judging from the current situation, O'Sullivan's time in the world No. 1 will continue, and is expected to break Hendry's record for the longest time in the world.

Trump, who just won the German Masters, is in second place with 1,014,000 pounds of bonus points after adding 80,000 pounds of bonus points, which makes him 100,000 pounds away from O'Sullivan's world No. 1 points.

So in the short term, O'Sullivan's ranking is still difficult to break. With Mark Allen finishing early in the German Masters, he is still third with £824,500 in prize money.

The world ranking is updated!The quasi-god is approaching O'Sullivan, Si Jiahui is hitting a new high, and Ding Junhui's ranking is falling

Ali Carter and Kyren Wilson are both in the top 10 in the world

Ahead of Mark Allen is new world champion Brecel who, despite his poor season has been in fourth place with £733,000 in prize money thanks to his World Championship bonus.

Open Championship runner-up Selby is fifth with £617,500 in points, while Shaun Murphy continues to be sixth with £481,000.

The in-form Neil Robertson is seventh with £447,000 points, while Mark Williams continues to sit eighth in the world with £434,500 in points.

Kyren Wilson, who reached the semi-finals of the German Masters, is ninth in the world with £404,000 in points, while Ali Carter, who was previously ranked 11th in the world, moved up to 10th with £403,500.

The world ranking is updated!The quasi-god is approaching O'Sullivan, Si Jiahui is hitting a new high, and Ding Junhui's ranking is falling

Ding Junhui's ranking slipped and Si Jiahui created a new career high

Ding Junhui, who had previously finished ninth, missed out on a chance to move up the rankings by failing to qualify, leaving him currently 11th with £399,500 in points, while four-time world champion John Higgins is 12th with £389,500.

The new national champion Anda is 13th with £344,000 in points, while veteran Milkins is 14th with £320,500.

Hawkins is 15th with £314,500 in points, while Gary Wilson is 16th with £304,500. Lisowski is 17th with £304,000 in points.

Tom Ford is 18th with £303,500 in points. Zhou Yuelong is in 21st place with 231,500 pounds in points, and Si Jiahui is in 24th place with 209,500 pounds.

Pang Junxu is ranked 30th, Lu Haotian is currently ranked 31st, Fan Zhengyi is temporarily ranked 33rd, Xiao Guodong is ranked 38th, and Yuan Sijun is ranked 39th.

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