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List of World Snooker Tour players for the 2024/25 season

The 2024/25 season commences next week and most of the players who will compete on the World Snooker Tour this term are now known.

The annual set of Q School competitions concluded on Sunday, marking one of the last opportunities to seal a potentially lucrative spot on the pro circuit.

As things stand, there are 125 players who are confirmed to have tour cards for the upcoming 2024/25 snooker campaign.

The African Billiards and Snooker Confederation nominee for this year is still to be determined and there has been no news on the renewal of invitational tour cards, or the introduction of new ones, as of yet.

However, the tour has basically taken shape ahead of what promises to be another hectic and trophy-laden period for the sport.

When is the first event of the 2024/25 season?

The ranking event version of Championship League Snooker will provide the first opportunity to win silverware during the new term.

Commencing on June 10th, a four-week slog of a campaign launcher takes place at the Mattioli Arena – formerly the Morningside Arena – in Leicester.

A champion will be crowned on July 3rd, likely providing an avenue to participate in the more lucrative Champions of Champions invitational later this year.

There are great betting offers available from some of the top UK betting sites, most of which will provide a range of odds on all the biggest tournaments throughout the upcoming snooker season.

Here, though, is a rundown of the players who you’ll be able to follow and who will definitely enjoy the opportunity of participating on the World Snooker Tour during the 2024/25 season.

2024/25 professional snooker players

Top 64 from 2-year world rankings

1. Mark Allen (Northern Ireland)
2. Judd Trump (England)
3. Kyren Wilson (England)
4. Luca Brecel (Belgium)
5. Ronnie O’Sullivan (England)
6. Mark Selby (England)
7. Shaun Murphy (England)
8. Ding Junhui (China)
9. Mark Williams (Wales)
10. Ali Carter (England)
11. Gary Wilson (England)
12. Zhang Anda (China)
13. Tom Ford (England)
14. Jak Jones (Wales)
15. Barry Hawkins (England)
16. John Higgins (Scotland)

17. Robert Milkins (England)
18. Ryan Day (Wales)
19. Jack Lisowski (England)
20. Si Jiahui (China)
21. Hossein Vafaei (Iran)
22. David Gilbert (England)
23. Zhou Yuelong (China)
24. Chris Wakelin (England)
25. Stuart Bingham (England)
26. Noppon Saengkham (Thailand)
27. Pang Junxu (China)
28. Neil Robertson (Australia)
29. Joe O’Connor (England)
30. Lyu Haotian (China)
31. Stephen Maguire (Scotland)
32. Anthony McGill (Scotland)

33. Ricky Walden (England)
34. Xiao Guodong (China)
35. Cao Yupeng (China)
36. Robbie Williams (England)
37. Matthew Selt (England)
38. Yuan Sijun (China)
39. Wu Yize (China)
40. Dominic Dale (Wales)
41. Jamie Jones (Wales)
42. Elliot Slessor (England)
43. Thepchaiya Un-Nooh (Thailand)
44. Jordan Brown (Northern Ireland)
45. Jackson Page (Wales)
46. Sam Craigie (England)
47. Joe Perry (England)
48. Matthew Stevens (Wales)

49. Jimmy Robertson (England)
50. Fan Zhengyi (China)
51. Scott Donaldson (Scotland)
52. Tian Pengfei (China)
53. Anthony Hamilton (England)
54. Graeme Dott (Scotland)
55. Michael White (Wales)
56. Ben Woollaston (England)
57. Mark Davis (England)
58. Xu Si (China)
59. Jamie Clarke (Wales)
60 Aaron Hill (Ireland)
61. David Grace (England)
62. Sanderson Lam (England)
63. Martin O’Donnell (England)
64. David Lilley (England)

Second year of 2-year card

65. He Guoqiang (China)
66. Daniel Wells (Wales)
67. Liu Hongyu (China)
68. Marco Fu (Hong Kong)
69. Ashley Carty (England)
70. Louis Heathcote (England)
71. Stuart Carrington (England)
72. Long Zehuang (China)
73. Ian Burns (England)
74. Ross Muir (Scotland)
75. Xing Zihao (China)
76. Ma Hailong (China)
77. Jiang Jun (China)
78. Alfie Burden (England)
79. Ishpreet Singh Chadha (India)
80. Liam Pullen (England)

81. Andrew Higginson (England)
82. Hammad Miah (England)
83. Rory Thor (Malaysia)
84. Alexander Ursenbacher (Switzerland)
85. Stan Moody (England)
86. Andrew Pagett (Wales)
87. Jimmy White (England)
88. Liam Graham (Scotland)
89. Dean Young (Scotland)
90. Mostafa Dorgham (Egypt)
91. Reanne Evans (England)
92. Manasawin Phetmalaikul (Thailand)
93. Ahmed Aly Elsayed (USA)
94. Baipat Siripaporn (Thailand)

Top four from 2023/24 ranking list (not already qualified)

95. Zak Surety (England)
96. Julien Leclercq (Belgium)
97. Oliver Lines (England)
98. Ben Mertens (Belgium)

Q School

99. Artemijs Zizins (Lativa)
100. Allan Taylor (England)
101. Haydon Pinhey (England)
102. Wang Yuchen (Hong Kong)
103. Antoni Kowalski (Poland)
104. Chris Totten (Scotland)
105. Farakh Ajaib (Pakistan)
106. Mitchell Mann (England)
107. Lim Kok Leong (Malaysia)
108. Sunny Akani (Thailand)
109. Haris Tahir (Pakistan)
110. Kreishh Gurbaxani (India)

Q Tour

111. Michael Holt (England)
112. Duane Jones (Wales)
113. Amir Sarkhosh (Iran)
114. Mohammed Shehab (UAE)

CBSA China Tour

115. Gong Chenzhi (China)
116. Huang Jiahao (China)

World Women’s Snooker Tour

117. Bai Yulu (China)
118. Mink Nutcharut (Thailand)

Champions at international amateur events

119. Cheung Ka Wai (Hong Kong)
120. Bulcsú Révész (Hungary)
121. Robbie McGuigan (Northern Ireland)
122. Liam Davies (Wales)
123. Lei Peifan (China)
124 Jonas Luz (Brazil)

Medical Exemption

125. Martin Gould (England)

Featured photo credit: WST


  1. Daniel White

    Good luck to the newcomers. They will need some!

  2. Please get rid of some of the ads. I know that it pays for the website but you can’t read it!

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