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Snooker world rankings 2021/2022 (Revealed)

Snooker world rankings 2021/2022:

 The professional world ranking for all the professional snooker players, who qualified for the 021/22 season, are listed below. The rankings work as a two-year rolling list. The points for each tournament two years ago are removed when the corresponding tournament during the current season finishes. Note that the list given below are just those rankings that are used for seeding tournaments. Other rankings are produced after each ranking event which are not noted here.

Let us Check now which player rank on number 1 in Snooker world rankings 2021/2022:

Mark Selby (born 19 June 1983) is an English professional snooker player who is a four-time and the reigning World Snooker Championship. Ranked world number one on multiple occasions, he has won a total of 20 ranking titles, placing him seventh on the all-time list of ranking tournament winners .

 In addition to his four world titles, he has won the Masters three times and the UK championship  twice for a total of nine Triple crown titles, putting him on a par with John Higgins and behind only Ronnie O’ Sullivan (20), Stephen Hendry (18) and Steve Davis.(15).

Rank NO 2 :

Judd Trump  is an English professional snooker player from Bristol who is a former world championship and former world no 1 but now he is on second spot . Widely regarded as one of the sport’s most talented players, he currently places sixth on the list of all-time ranking event winner, with 22 ranking titles.

Rank No 3 :

Ronnie O’Sullivan  is an English professional snooker player who is widely recognized as one of the most talented and accomplished players in the history of the sport. As a six-time world championship, a record seven-time Masters championship, and a record seven-time UK championship, he has won a record 20 Triple crown titles, surpassing Stephen Hendry’s previous record of 18.

“I kind of struggled with the table and I struggled with the atmosphere – there was really no atmosphere out there,” O’Sullivan told Eurosport. “I was really not enjoying the atmosphere and wasn’t really bothered if I won or lost, to be honest with you. That’s not a good attitude to have, so I tried to talk myself out of it, but it is what it is, you know.”


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