The year-end ranking of 2018 Snooker World Championships is released. The latest ranking of 2018 Snooker World Championships
4hw.com.cn: the 2018 Snooker World Championship ended at the krusburg theatre. Mark Williams, left, won the world championship for the third time in the final 18-16. With the end of the world championship, the year-end ranking will come out. Selby has been the world's No. 1 for seven consecutive years, followed by O'Sullivan. Mark Williams rose to No. 3, Higgins to No. 4, and Ding Junhui to No. 6.
Selby, despite being out of the first round of the world championship, still topped the table with £ 1315275, which is also his seventh consecutive season of year-end world number one, equalling the record of King Steve Davis in the 1980s. O'Sullivan entered the second round with £ 27500, ranking second with £ 905750.
Mark Williams won his third world championship with a prize of £ 425000, rising to third place with £ 878750. Higgins came second at the world championships for two years in a row, finishing fourth with £ 180000 and £ 751525. Trump reached the top eight in the world championships, with a total of £ 42500, ranking fifth with £ 660250.
Ding Junhui stopped at the top eight of the world championships and was sixth with £ 42500 and £ 590525. Hawkins made the top four at the world championships, finishing seventh with 85000 and 543225. Murphy was out of the first round of the world championships, finishing eighth with £ 453875. Karen Wilson made the top four at the world championships, earning 85000 pounds, ranking ninth with 416250 pounds. Robertson was out of the first round of the world championships and ranked tenth with £ 356125.
Carter and Mark Allen are both in the top eight of the world championships, ranking 11th and 12th with £ 333525 and £ 332450 respectively. Bingham was 13th with £ 324587 and McGill 14th with £ 320300. Brecher and Ryan day were 15th and 16th at £ 310150 and £ 303862, respectively.
Fu Jiajun, a famous Hong Kong player, fell out of the top 16 after the first round of the world championships, ranking 18th with £ 282150. The rest of the Chinese players, Liang Wenbo, Yan bingtao, Xiao Guodong and Zhou Yuelong ranked 19th, 23rd, 25th and 33rd respectively. Li xing36th, Cao Yupeng 38th, Yu Delu 43rd, and LV Haotian, who entered the second round of the world championship, rose to 61st. Zhang anda was 67th, Tian Pengfei 70th, Mei Xiwen 73rd, Zhao Xintong 77th, Fang xiongslow, Xu Si and Yuan Sijun 90th to 92nd, Wang Yuchen and Zhang Yong 94th, Li Yuan 98th, Chen Zhe and Chen Zifan 105th and Niu Zhuang 107th.