Snooker world rankings 2006/2007

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Snooker world rankings 2006/2007: The professional world rankings for all snooker players on the main tour in the 2006/2007 season are listed below.

No. 1: Stephen Hendry
Stephen Hendry.jpg
Born (1969-01-13) January 13, 1969 (age 48)
Sport country  Scotland
Professional 1985–2012
Highest ranking 1
No. 2: Ken Doherty
Ken Doherty PHC 2011.jpg
Born (1969-09-17) September 17, 1969 (age 47)
Sport country  Ireland
Professional 1990–
Highest ranking 2
No. 3: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Stephen Maguire, Ronnie O’Sullivan, and Michaela Tabb at German Masters Snooker Final (DerHexer) 2012-02-05 05 cropped.jpg
Born (1975-12-05) December 5, 1975 (age 41)
Sport country  England
Professional 1992–
Highest ranking 1
No.[1] Name Nationality Points[2][3]
1 Stephen Hendry  Scotland 36,437
2 Ken Doherty  Ireland 36,137
3 Ronnie O'Sullivan  England 36,012
4 John Higgins  Scotland 34,962
5 Shaun Murphy  England 32,725
6 Graeme Dott  Scotland 32,600
7 Peter Ebdon  England 31,200
8 Mark Williams  Wales 31,137
9 Stephen Maguire  Scotland 30,725
10 Stephen Lee  England 29,125
11 Steve Davis  England 28,875
12 Barry Hawkins  England 27,825
13 Neil Robertson  Australia 27,000
14 Matthew Stevens  Wales 23,862
15 Allister Carter  England 23,725
16 Anthony Hamilton  England 23,725
17 Ryan Day  Wales 23,075
18 Joe Perry  England 23,000
19 Alan McManus  Scotland 22,175
20 Nigel Bond  England 22,075
21 Michael Holt  England 21,937
22 Marco Fu  Hong Kong 21,912
23 David Gray  England 21,813
24 Stuart Bingham  England 21,775
25 James Wattana  Thailand 21,725
26 Ian McCulloch  England 21,725
27 Ding Junhui  China 21,700
28 Mark Selby  England 21,450
29 Mark King  England 21,175
30 Joe Swail  Northern Ireland 20,737
31 Andy Hicks  England 20,538
32 Robert Milkins  England 20,338
33 Barry Pinches  England 20,263
34 Jimmy White  England 19,237
35 Dave Harold  England 18,700
36 Ricky Walden  England 18,400
37 Mark Davis  England 18,375
38 Gerard Greene  Northern Ireland 18,087
39 Dominic Dale  Wales 17,275
40 Adrian Gunnell  England 16,900
41 Drew Henry  Scotland 16,887
42 John Parrott  England 16,313
43 Michael Judge  Ireland 15,750
44 Tom Ford  England 15,325
45 Fergal O'Brien  Ireland 14,650
46 Rod Lawler  England 14,475
47 Jamie Cope  England 14,212
48 Marcus Campbell  Scotland 14,150
49 Rory McLeod  England 14,100
50 Robin Hull  Finland 13,863
51 Tony Drago  Malta 13,537
52 Stuart Pettman  England 13,350
53 Mike Dunn  England 13,263
54 Jamie Burnett  Scotland 13,100
55 Shokat Ali  Pakistan 12,963
56 David Roe  England 12,787
57 Paul Davies  Wales 12,250
58 Andrew Norman  England 12,225
59 Scott MacKenzie  Scotland 12,175
60 Jimmy Michie  England 12,138
61 Mark Allen  Northern Ireland 12,087
62 Joe Jogia  England 11,325
63 Joe Delaney  Ireland 10,625
64 Sean Storey  England 10,425
65 Darren Morgan  Wales 10,300
66 Alfie Burden  England 10,175
67 David Gilbert  England 9,812
68 Simon Bedford  England 9,650
69 Paul Wykes  England 9,500
70 Matthew Couch  England 9,362
71 Leo Fernandez  Ireland 9,300
72 Lee Spick  England 9,287
73 Patrick Wallace  Northern Ireland 9,088
74 Judd Trump  England 8,637
75 Chris Norbury  England 8,500
76 Gary Wilson  England 8,075
77 Liang Wenbo  China 7,962
78 Lee Walker  Wales 7,850
79 Alex Borg  Malta 7,837
80 Bjorn Haneveer  Belgium 7,787
81 Brian Morgan  England 7,388
82 James Tatton  England 7,350
83 Justin Astley  England 7,350
84 Gary Wilkinson  England 7,212
85 David McDonnell  Ireland 7,050
86 Nick Dyson  England 6,975
87 Hugh Abernethy  Scotland 6,750
88 Adam Davies  England 6,650
89 Stuart Mann  England 6,487
90 Habib Subah  Bahrain 5,387
91 Moh Keen Ho  Malaysia 4,787
92 Steve James  England 4,150
93 Jin Long  China 3,650

Notes[edit]

For this season,

  • Stephen Hendry, despite having not had the best of seasons, regains the number one spot after nine years from second place.
  • Paul Hunter drops out of the top 32, down from number five to number 34 at the end of the 2005/2006 season,[4] shortly before his death from neuroendocrine tumours.
  • Jimmy White drops out of the top 32 after his worst season to date, down from 8 to 34.
  • Alan McManus drops out of the top 16 after ten seasons, down from 12 to 19.
  • Ian McCulloch drops out of the top 16 after one season, down from 16 to 25.
  • Anthony Hamilton re-enters the top 16 after gaining one place, from 17 to 16.
  • Barry Pinches drops out of the top 32, down from 18 to 33.
  • Allister Carter reaches the top 16 for the first time in his career, rising from 19th to 15th.
  • Neil Robertson enters the top 16, from number 27 to number 13.
  • John Parrott drops out of the top 32, down from 28 to 42.
  • Ryan Day officially enters the top 32, from 33 (just outside the top 32, although he replaced the suspended Quinten Hann, officially in 22nd place at the time, during most of the season) to 17.
  • Stuart Bingham and Ding Junhui enter the top 32, from 37th to 24th and 62nd to 27th respectively.
  • Mark Selby and Joe Swail re-enter the top 32, from 38th to 28th and 40th to 30th respectively.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Turner, Chris. "Historical World Rankings 2005/06 to 2009/10". cajt.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk. Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Archived from the original on 13 March 2012. Retrieved 26 February 2011. 
  2. ^ "World Rankings 2006/2007". Snooker.org. Retrieved 26 February 2011. 
  3. ^ "Official Rankings". worldsnooker.com. World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. Archived from the original on 29 March 2007. 
  4. ^ "2005/6 Main Tour Two Year Rankings Updated 01/05/06 after 888.com World Championship". Global Snooker Centre. Archived from the original on 5 October 2008.