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A new world ranking system has today been announced for the WLBS Women’s World Ranking Series. The new list will take immediate effect from the start of the 2016/17 season.
Click here to view the revised WLBS rankings
at the start of the 2016/17 season
As under the previous system, the WLBS ranking list will continue to operate on a two-year ...
Despite a 5-3 defeat to Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh at the last 32 stage of the Hanteng Autos World Open earlier today, world champion Mark Selby is now assured of remaining at the top of snooker's world rankings
for at least the next two months.
Heading into the ongoing event in China, there was a mathematical chance that Stuart Bingham could have ...
Following the announcement of the prize money schedule and money drop-off dates for the 2016/17 season by World Snooker last week, the first provisional seeding list of the new campaign is now available.
As a reminder for those not familiar, the latest provisional seedings list looks ahead to the next mid-season seedings revision, in this ...
Mark Selby will remain snooker's world number one ranked player heading into the 2016/17 season following his 18-14 victory against Ding Junhui at the Crucible yesterday to win his second world title.
The world rankings
operate on a two-year 'rolling' system, meaning that this year Selby came into the World Championship facing the prospect of having to ...
Down to eight players at the 2016 World Snooker Championship and there are now just two players remaining who can prevent Stuart Bingham from becoming world number one for the first time following the tournament.
As explained earlier in the event, despite his opening day defeat to Ali Carter at the Crucible, there remains a chance that the 2015 ...
The outcome of the battle for tour survival for the 2016/17 season has now been concluded following defeats for Zhang Anda and Mitchell Mann today at the Betfred World Championship.
Although the majority of players knew their fate following the qualifiers for the tournament held last week at Ponds Forge, there were still positions that could ...
The battle to end the 2015/16 season as snooker’s world number one reaches its climax following the conclusion of the Betfred World Championship and defeat for defending champion Stuart Bingham yesterday has now left the race wide open.
Officially ranked as world number two following his success at the Crucible a year ago, Bingham came into ...
Following the conclusion of the semi-finals of the China Open today, the seeding list for the 2016 Betfred World Championship has now been set.
Wins for Ricky Walden and Judd Trump in Beijing mean that they move to fifth and ninth places respectively and now cannot climb higher, irrespective of the outcome of tomorrow's final.
As well as knowing who ...
Stephen Maguire has ensured that he will be among the top 16 seeded players for the 2016 Betfred World Championship following his 5-1 defeat of Alfie Burden in the quarter-finals of the China Open today.
The result means that former world number one Ding Junhui will now have to win three qualifying matches at Ponds Forge over the coming days if he is to ...
It is now crunch time in the battle for tour survival now with just the Betfred World Championship remaining during the 2015/16 season.
Continue reading for an updated look at who needs a run at Ponds Forge and who can focus solely on making it to the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield...
Click here to view the latest provisional end of season ...