There are 128 players ranked on the official World Snooker Tour rankings list.
It’s been a pretty different snooker season for the players on the Main Tour during this 2020/21 campaign.
Travel and new experiences have been replaced with the familiar setting of Milton Keynes, weekly tests, and safety bubbles.
Still, it has certainly been better than nothing and, to be honest, this term has been almost just as busy as any other.
A frantic undertaking of Q School in August guaranteed that a new crop of graduates arrived onto the professional circuit, adding to the various international amateur champions who had already earned their tickets to the big-time.
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After the action for the 2020/21 snooker season got under way in September, it has been full steam ahead with almost a dozen tournaments to contend in.
It has been particularly tricky for players from outside Britain, who have endured even more trials and tribulations than most in an effort to maintain their aspirations of becoming a winner on the tour.
The SnookerHQ end-of-year review began last week with a quiz on the snooker event winners from the calendar year in 2020.
There was then the annual two-part Highs and Lows feature, outlining a few of the positive and negative points from this year.
It’s back to the teasers today, and again it’s a regular quiz that we like to publish here at the halfway point of the campaign – testing you on the snooker players currently plying their trade on the pro scene.
Almost half of the Main Tour represents England, but there are 23 Chinese competitors and many other cueists hailing from the likes of Australia, Thailand, Brazil, Switzerland, and Morocco.
The question is, can you name all the Main Tour players in the 2020/21 snooker season?
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