Following two consecutive seedings cut-offs that saw no significant changes to the rankings, this week there are key movements across the list after Mark Selby's victory at the International Championship.
Already the fourth revision of the current season, the new list will be used to determine the seedings for the Northern Ireland Open and the UK ...
Following back to back events in Romania and England, there is now just one tournament to be played before the main seeding list for World Snooker events will be revised for the fourth time this season.
The updated list will be used to determine the seedings for the Northern Ireland Open, at which the top 16 players will be seeded in the draw, with the ...
Yesterday saw the announcement of the Evergrande China Championship, to be staged in Guangzhou, China, for which 16 players will qualify.
But how will they be selected? In short, the players will be made up by:
The top 10 players on the official world ranking list following the Shanghai Masters
The top four players on the one-year ranking list, ...
Next week sees the conclusion of the 2016 Shanghai Masters, following which the main seeding list for World Snooker events will be revised for the third time this season.
The updated list will be used to determine the seedings for the English Open, at which the top 16 players will be seeded in the draw, with the remaining 112 to be drawn at random.
Tuesday sees the start of the 2016 Indian Open with Welshman Michael White set to head the field following his maiden ranking success a year ago. Read on for my preview of the second full-ranking event of the new season...
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Today I take a look back at last week's Kaspersky Riga Masters won by Neil Robertson and try to pick out some of the biggest stories from snooker's latest stop in Latvia.
You can view all of the updated ranking lists at the rankings section at WPBSA.com
Australia's Neil Robertson has made the perfect start to the season with victory in ...
This weekend sees the return of snooker to Preston’s Guild Hall, with the two-day 888sport World Seniors Championship event getting underway on Saturday afternoon.
The event, which was revived back in 2010 and will now be held for a sixth successive year, sees 16 of snooker’s over-40s battle it out over a sprint best of three format for the £18,000 ...