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Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

2007 Malta Cup - Hilton Conference Centre, St. Julian's
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Malta_Cup

Shaun Murphy won his second ranking title. He beat Ryan Day in the final, Day having reached that stage for the first time. Murphy led 7-1 before completing a 9-4 victory.

The top two players, O'Sullivan and Higgins, both lost 5-3 in the first round. O'Sullivan was beaten by Michael Holt, while Higgins lost to Marco Fu.

QFs:
Peter Ebdon (4) 5-3 Ken Doherty (7)
Ryan Day (11) 5-1 Mark King (20)
Ali Carter (38) 5-4 Stephen Hendry (6)
Shaun Murphy (10) 5-2 Graeme Dott (3)

SFs:
Day (11) 6-3 Ebdon (4)
Murphy (10) 6-3 Carter (38)

Final:
Murphy (10) 9-4 Day (11)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Following the 2007 Malta Cup, Peter Ebdon moves to the number one spot for the first time.

Top 16
1 +3 Peter Ebdon 13423
2 +1 Graeme Dott 13100
3 -1 John Higgins 12366
4 -3 Ronnie O'Sullivan 12099
5 +1 Stephen Hendry 11834
6 -1 Ding Junhui 11795
7 +3 Shaun Murphy 11334
8 -1 Ken Doherty 11053
9 -1 Neil Robertson 9585
10 +1 Ryan Day 9123
11 -2 Mark Williams 8922
12 = Stephen Lee 8083
13 +3 Jamie Cope 7635
14 -1 Matthew Stevens 7375
15 +4 Marco Fu 7348
16 +1 Steve Davis 7165

In: Marco Fu; Steve Davis
Out: Stuart Bingham; Mark Selby

Top 32
In: Mark Allen; Jamie Burnett
Out: Andrew Norman; Barry Hawkins

Top 64
In: Andrew Higginson; Lee Spick
Out: Sean Storey; Tony Drago

Top 128
In: Zheng Peng; Craig Steadman
Out: Rodney Goggins; Sean O'Neill

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

2007 Welsh Open - Newport Centre
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Welsh_Open_(snooker)

There was a huge surprise in the 07 Welsh Open, with Andrew Higginson reaching the final. He made a maximum in his quarter-final win over Ali Carter, and also beat Marco Fu. John Higgins and Stephen Maguire along the way.

The final was to be one step too far for the 29-year-old from Widnes though. Against Neil Robertson, he fell 5-1 behind before winning 7 of the next 8 frames to lead 8-6. He couldn't close out the match though and lost the final 3 frames.

This was Robertson's second title of the season.

QFs:
Andrew Higginson (59) 5-1 Ali Carter (33)
Stephen Maguire (23) 5-3 Shaun Murphy (7)
Neil Robertson (9) 5-4 Ronnie O'Sullivan (4)
Steve Davis (16) 5-4 Anthony Hamilton (52)

SFs:
Higginson (59) 6-3 Maguire (23)
Robertson (9) 6-3 Davis (16)

Final:
Robertson (9) 9-8 Higginson (59)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Following the 2007 Welsh Open

Top 16
1 = Peter Ebdon 13465
2 +2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 12752
3 -1 Graeme Dott 12516
4 +5 Neil Robertson 12267
5 +2 Shaun Murphy 12114
6 = Ding Junhui 11863
7 -4 John Higgins 11419
8 -3 Stephen Hendry 11351
9 -1 Ken Doherty 10725
10 = Ryan Day 9095
11 = Mark Williams 8895
12 +4 Steve Davis 8519
13 -1 Stephen Lee 8153
14 -1 Jamie Cope 8063
15 +4 Mark Selby 7572
16 -1 Marco Fu 7402

In: Mark Selby
Out: Matthew Stevens

Top 32
In: Andrew Higginson; Ali Carter
Out: David Roe; Robin Hull

Top 64
In: Ben Woollaston
Out: Barry Pinches

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

2007 China Open - Beijing University Students' Gymnasium
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_China_Open_(snooker)

We had a surprise final this year, with World Champion Graeme Dott facing Jamie Cope. It was an easy 9-5 victory for the Scotsman who had beaten Robertson, Higgins and O'Sullivan en route to the final.

5 of the 8 wild cards won their wildcard round match. All five were to become quite familiar names:
Mei Xiwen, Li Hang, Xiao Guodong, Yu Delu and Liu Chuang. Though none won their subsequent first round match.

QFs:
Jamie Cope (14) 5-0 Shaun Murphy (5)
Barry Hawkins (39) 5-4 Ken Doherty (9)
Ronnie O'Sullivan (2)5-3 Marco Fu (16)
Graeme Dott (3) 5-2 John Higgins (7)

SFs:
Cope (14) 6-5 Hawkins (39)
Dott (3) 6-2 O'Sullivan (2)

Final:
Dott (3) 9-5 Cope (14)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Following the 2007 China Open (and with the World Championship qualifying rounds played up to the last 48 stage), here are the rankings heading into the 2007 World Championship.

Graeme Dott goes to number 1!!

1 +2 Graeme Dott 14983
2 -1 Peter Ebdon 13463
3 -1 Ronnie O'Sullivan 12539
4 = Neil Robertson 11983
5 = Shaun Murphy 11712
6 +1 John Higgins 11227
7 +2 Ken Doherty 10991
8 = Stephen Hendry 10918
9 -3 Ding Junhui 10775
10 +4 Jamie Cope 10302
11 +5 Marco Fu 8444
12 = Steve Davis 8397
13 -3 Ryan Day 8358
14 +7 Andrew Higginson 7889
15 +2 Stuart Bingham 7581
16 -5 Mark Williams 7445

In: Andrew Higginson; Stuart Bingham
Out: Mark Selby; Stephen Lee

Top 32
In: Judd Trump; Barry Hawkins; Andrew Norman
Out: Alan McManus; Dominic Dale; Ian McCulloch

Top 64
In: Ian Preece; Liu Song; Joe Jogia
Out: Drew Henry; Stuart Pettman; Robert Milkins

Top 128
In: Bradley Jones; Liu Chuang; Mei Xiwen; Xiao Guodong; Li Hang
Out: Zheng Peng; Craig Butler; NickWalker; Anthony Davies; Craig Steadman

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Let's have a look at the qualifiers for the 2007 World Championship:

Seeded qualifiers:
1 Graeme Dott (b.1977)
2 Peter Ebdon (b.1970)
3 Ronnie O'Sullivan (b.1975)
4 Neil Robertson (b.1982)
5 Shaun Murphy (b.1982)
6 John Higgins (b.1975)
7 Ken Doherty (b.1969)
8 Stephen Hendry (b.1969)
12 Steve Davis (b.1957)
16 Mark Williams (b.1975)
17 Stephen Maguire (b.1981)
21 Stephen Lee (b.1976)
22 Ali Carter (b.1979)
26 Matthew Stevens (b.1977)
31 Barry Hawkins (b.1979)
47 Anthony Hamilton (b.1971)

Unseeded:
9 Ding Junhui (b.1987)
11 Marco Fu (b.1978)
13 Ryan Day (b.1980)
18 Mark Selby (b.1983)
20 Joe Perry (b. 1974)
25 Mark Allen (b.1986)
27 Joe Swail (b.1969)
28 Judd Trump (b.1989)
37 Ian McCulloch (b.1971)
38 Nigel Bond (b.1965)
39 Michael Holt (b.1978)
40 Fergal O'Brien (b.1972)
42 David Gilbert (b.1981)
51 Joe Delaney (b.1972)
74 John Parrott (b.1964)
80 Andy Hicks (b.1973)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

2007 World Championship - Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Worl ... ampionship

Qualifier Mark Selby was a surprise finalist, beating Peter Ebdon and Shaun Murphy (among others) to progress to that stage. He knocked in more centuries (12) at the Crucible than any other player that year.
In the final, he faced John Higgins and was no match for the Scotsman. Higgins won the final 4 frames to claim an 18-13 victory.

Defending champ and our number 1 player, Graeme Dott, lost in the first round to Ian McCulloch :-(

First round
Graeme Dott (1) 7-10 Ian McCulloch (37)
Anthony Hamilton (47) 10-3 Marco Fu (11)
Stephen Maguire (17) 10-3 Joe Perry (20)
Mark Williams (16) 9-10 Joe Swail (27)
John Higgins (6) 10-4 Michael Holt (39)
Barry Hawkins (31) 9-10 Fergal O'Brien (40)
Neil Robertson (4) 10-5 Ryan Day (13)
Ronnie O'Sullivan (3) 10-2 Ding Junhui (9)
Ken Doherty (7) 7-10 Mark Allen (25)
Matthew Stevens (26) 10-2 Joe Delaney (51)
Steve Davis (12) 9-10 John Parrott (74)
Shaun Murphy (5) 10-6 Judd Trump (28)
Peter Ebdon (2) 10-7 Nigel Bond (38)
Stephen Lee (21) 7-10 Mark Selby (18)
Ali Carter (22) 10-4 Andy Hicks (80)
Stephen Hendry (8) 10-7 David Gilbert (42)

Round 2
Hamilton (47) 13-8 McCulloch (37)
Maguire (17) 13-8 Swail (27)
Higgins (6) 13-4 O'Brien (40)
O'Sullivan (3) 13-10 Robertson (4)
Stevens (26) 13-9 Allen (25)
Murphy (5) 13-8 Parrott (74)
Ebdon (2) 8-13 Selby (18)
Hendry (8) 6-13 Carter (22)

Quarter Finals
Maguire (17) 13-7 Hamilton (47)
O'Sullivan (3) 9-13 Higgins (6)
Murphy (5) 13-12 Stevens (26)
Carter (22) 12-13 Selby (18)

Semi Finals
Higgins (6) 17-15 Maguire (17)
Murphy (5) 16-17 Selby (18)

Final
Higgins (6) 18-13 Selby (18)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Here are the rankings of the 96 professional players at the end of the 06-07 season

1 +4 John Higgins 16210
2 +1 Graeme Dott 13320
3 +21 Mark Selby 13236
4 = Shaun Murphy 13194
5 -4 Ronnie O'Sullivan 12648
6 = Peter Ebdon 11528
7 +4 Neil Robertson 11369
8 +5 Stephen Maguire 10279
9 -7 Stephen Hendry 9291
10 -3 Ken Doherty 9265
11 -3 Ding Junhui 9038
12 +22 Jamie Cope 9016
13 +6 Ryan Day 8285
14 +4 Ali Carter 8106
15 +21 Mark Allen 7670
16 +97 Andrew Higginson 7551
17 +4 Joe Swail 7434
18 +4 Marco Fu 7354
19 -4 Steve Davis 6841
20 +54 Judd Trump 6804
21 -11 Matthew Stevens 6629
22 +24 Jamie Burnett 6616
23 -14 Mark Williams 6422
24 -10 Stuart Bingham 6359
25 -2 Joe Perry 6326
26 +2 Dave Harold 6270
27 -10 Stephen Lee 6233
28 -12 Ian McCulloch 6018
29 -3 Anthony Hamilton 6006
30 +27 Fergal O'Brien 5909
31 -19 Barry Hawkins 5689
32 +23 David Gilbert 5674
33 -6 Ricky Walden 5653
34 -4 Nigel Bond 5630
35 -15 Mark King 5577
36 +3 Gerard Greene 5237
37 +1 Dominic Dale 5091
38 +16 Robin Hull 5053
39 +11 Michael Judge 4913
40 -11 Michael Holt 4855
41 -1 David Roe 4774
42 +5 Andrew Norman 4729
43 -10 Alan McManus 4536
44 +9 Joe Delaney 4488
45 +13 John Parrott 4423
46 +6 Rory McLeod 4235
47 +26 Liang Wenbo 4220
48 +3 Rod Lawler 4041
49 -6 Scott MacKenzie 4015
50 -25 James Wattana 3910
51 -7 Tom Ford 3903
52 -7 Adrian Gunnell 3757
53 +9 Alfie Burden 3637
54 +2 Marcus Campbell 3634
55 -18 Mark Davis 3630
56 +8 Mike Dunn 3622
57 -25 David Gray 3603
58 +65 Ian Preece 3545
59 +9 Jimmy Michie 3424
60 +6 Lee Spick 3406
61 +30 Liu Song 3366
62 +64 Tian Pengfei 3315
63 -21 Drew Henry 3199
64 +34 Ben Woollaston 3159
65 -16 Paul Davies 3135
66 -1 Joe Jogia 3049
67 -26 Robert Milkins 3037
68 NEW David Morris 2965
69 -38 Andy Hicks 2793
70 +2 Sean Storey 2771
71 -12 Stuart Pettman 2732
72 -37 Barry Pinches 2694
73 +12 Matthew Couch 2672
74 +3 Tony Drago 2599
75 +4 Alex Borg 2515
76 +17 Chris Norbury 2430
77 NEW James Leadbetter 2419
78 -17 Jimmy White 2258
79 NEW Issara Kachaiwong 2257
80 -20 Paul Wykes 2242
81 +45 Mark Joyce 2094
82 +64 Peter Lines 2071
83 NEW Passakorn Suwannawat 2063
84 +23 Paul Davison 2036
85 NEW Jamie Jones 2031
86 -23 Shokat Ali 1675
87 NEW Mohammed Shehab 1326
89 NEW Dermot McGlinchey 1182
90 NEW Jeff Cundy 1179
91 NEW Lee Page 1168
93 NEW Chris Melling 1137
95 NEW Mark Boyle 1071
96 NEW Dene O'Kane 1060
98 NEW Robert Stephen 1033
106 NEW Roy Stolk 617
107 NEW Patrick Einsle 608

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

To the end of the 06-07 season, 203 ranking events have been played. Here is the roll of honour:

Stephen Hendry 36
Steve Davis 28
Ronnie O'Sullivan 18
John Higgins 18 (2007 World Championship)
Mark Williams 16
Jimmy White 10
John Parrott 9
Peter Ebdon 7 (2006 UK Championship)
Ken Doherty 6
Ray Reardon 5
Stephen Lee 4
James Wattana 3
Paul Hunter 3
Ding Junhui 3 (2006 Northern Ireland Trophy)
Cliff Thorburn 2
Tony Knowles 2
Dennis Taylor 2
Doug Mountjoy 2
Alan McManus 2
Stephen Maguire 2
Shaun Murphy 2 (2007 Malta Cup)
Neil Robertson 2 (2006 Grand Prix | 2007 Welsh Open)
Graeme Dott 2 (2007 China Open)


John Spencer, Terry Griffiths, Alex Higgins, Willie Thorne, Silvino Francisco, Joe Johnson, Neal Foulds, Tony Meo, Mike Hallett, Steve James, Bob Chaperon, Tony Jones, Dave Harold, Nigel Bond, Dominic Dale, Fergal O'Brien, Chris Small, David Gray, Matthew Stevens: 1 each

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Going into the 2007-08 season, 75 players have retained their status as professionals, 21 have dropped off the tour.
Those 21 are replaced by 12 returning pros, and 9 new professionals.

The 21 who have dropped off are (ranking at the end of 06-07 on the right):
Sean Storey 70
Matthew Couch 73
Alex Borg 75
Chris Norbury 76
James Leadbetter 77
Paul Wykes 80
Peter Lines 82
Passakorn Suwannawat 83
Paul Davison 84
Jamie Jones 85
Shokat Ali 86
Mohammed Shehab 87
Dermot McGlinchey 89
Jeff Cundy 90
Lee Page 91
Chris Melling 93
Mark Boyle 95
Dene O'Kane 96
Robert Stephen 98
Roy Stolk 106
Patrick Einsle 107

The 12 returning pros are:
Leo Fernandez (b.1976)
Patrick Wallace (b.1969)
Lee Walker (b.1976)
James McBain (b.1978)
Rodney Goggins (b.1978)
Munraj Pal (b.1976)
Steve Mifsud (b.1972)
Kurt Maflin (b.1983)
Matthew Selt (b.1985)
Martin Gould (b.1981)
Jimmy Robertson (b.1986)
Supoj Saenla (b.1980)

The 9 new pros are:
Liu Chuang (b.1990)
Xiao Guodong (b.1989)
Kevin van Hove (b.1983)
Jamie O'Neill (b.1986)
Fraser Patrick (b.1985)
Gareth Coppack (b.1980)
Alex Davies (b.1987)
Ashley Wright (b.1987)
Michael White (b.1991)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

2007 Shanghai Masters - Shanghai Grand Stage
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Shanghai_Masters

Dominic Dale was the surprise victor in the first event of the new season, the inaugural Shanghai Masters. He played Ryan Day in the final, the man from Pontycymer making his second appearance at that stage, having reached the European Masters final the year before.
Day took a 6-2 lead in the match, but seemingly then crumbled, with Dale taking the next 8 in a 10-6 win.

Recent World finalists John Higgins and Mark Selby met in the last 16. Selby took a slice of revenge from his final defeat by beating the Wizard 5-3.

Ronnie O'Sullivan did not play because of a bad back.

QFs:
Mark Selby (3) 5-0 Stuart Bingham (24)
Dominic Dale (37) 5-1 Dave Harold (26)
Ryan Day (13) 5-4 Matthew Stevens (21)
Graeme Dott (2) 5-4 Stephen Lee (27)

SFs:
Day (13) 6-2 Dott (2)
Dale (37) 6-3 Selby (3)

Final:
Dale (37) 10-6 Day (13)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Following the 2007 Shanghai Masters, the first of 7 ranking events in the 07-08 season

Top 16
1 = John Higgins 15433
2 +1 Mark Selby 14201
3 -1 Graeme Dott 13346
4 = Shaun Murphy 12396
5 = Ronnie O'Sullivan 12262
6 +1 Neil Robertson 10947
7 +1 Stephen Maguire 10231
8 -2 Peter Ebdon 10178
9 +4 Ryan Day 9656
10 +2 Jamie Cope 8847
11 = Ding Junhui 8547
12 -3 Stephen Hendry 8461
13 -3 Ken Doherty 8249
14 +23 Dominic Dale 7802
15 +6 Matthew Stevens 7753
16 -2 Ali Carter 7458

In: Dominic Dale; Matthew Stevens
Out: Andrew Higginson; Mark Allen

Top 32
In: Nigel Bond
Out: Barry Hawkins; David Gilbert

Top 64
In: Stuart Pettman; Joe Jogia; Paul Davies; Tony Drago
Out: Liu Song; Ben Woollaston; Lee Spick; Drew Henry

Top 128
In: Jamie O'Neill; Jimmy Robertson; Supoj Saenla; Gareth Coppack; Kevin van Hove
Out: Chris Small; Gerrit Bij de Leij; Habib Subah; Keen Hoo Moh; Stefan Mazrocis

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

2007 Grand Prix - Aberdeen Exhibition Centre
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Grand_Prix_(snooker)

Time for the Grand Prix again, already! And once more we had two set of round robins to get us to the knockout, last 16 stage. A difference this year was that the group stage matches were best of 7 rather than best of 5.

After Robertson's win last year, we had another overseas winner this time around, with Marco Fu claiming his first ranking title. He beat Ronnie O'Sullivan in the final. Ronnie took a 5-3 lead, but Fu then won 6 of the next 7 to win 9-6. It was a high scoring match from both players, with 13 50+ breaks in total (Fu 8; Ronnie 5).

Liu Song had the best run of his professional career, reaching the knockout stage (no mean feat) and then beating Stephen Maguire to get to the quarter-finals. In one of Liu's group matches, Dave Harold created a record with 14 consecutive 'foul and a miss' strokes!
Liu is now a coach and a regular commentator on zhibo.tv

QFs:
Ronnie O'Sullivan (5) 5-3 Joe Swail (20)
Shaun Murphy (4) 5-3 Peter Ebdon (8)
Gerard Greene (40) 5-3 Joe Perry (30)
Marco Fu (18) 5-0 Liu Song (65)

SFs:
O'Sullivan (5) 6-5 Murphy (4)
Fu (18) 6-5 Greene (40)

Final:
Fu (18) 9-6 O'Sullivan (5)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Following the 2007 Grand Prix, Mark Williams drops out of the top 32.

Top 16
1 = John Higgins 14765
2 = Mark Selby 14033
3 +2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 13729
4 = Shaun Murphy 13298
5 -2 Graeme Dott 12360
6 +2 Peter Ebdon 11859
7 +11 Marco Fu 10711
8 -1 Stephen Maguire 10670
9 -1 Neil Robertson 10529
10 -1 Ryan Day 10362
11 +1 Stephen Hendry 8357
12 +3 Matthew Stevens 8293
13 +3 Ali Carter 8186
14 -3 Ding Junhui 8037
15 -5 Jamie Cope 7918
16 -3 Ken Doherty 7772

In: Marco Fu
Out: Dominic Dale

Top 32
In: Michael Judge; Ricky Walden; Gerard Greene
Out: Jamie Burnett; Anthony Hamilton; Mark Williams

Top 64
In: Liu Song; Ben Woollaston; Mark Joyce
Out: Tony Drago; Ian Preece; James Wattana

Top 128
In: Munraj Pal; Martin Gould; Fraser Patrick; Kurt Maflin; Matthew Selt; Rodney Goggins; Alex Davies; Michael White; Steve Mifsud
Out: Adam Davies; David McDonnell; Stuart Mann; James Tatton; Bradley Jones; Steve James; Mei Xiwen; Li Hang; Quinten Hann

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

In terms of data-entry, I make it that we're roughly halfway towards the present day, which is in equal measures mind-boggling and daunting.

It's also immensely cool though because going through this process has been very enjoyable.

I brought this project to Snooker Island in October 2020 and predicted it would take a year, so we're on track!
There was of course a pre-Island period of a couple of years of trialling different methods, and then planning for this big one :-)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

2007 Northern Ireland Trophy - Waterfront Hall, Belfast
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_Nort ... and_Trophy

Mark Allen made something of a breakthrough at this, his home event, reaching the semi-finals.
It was Stephen Maguire though who took the title, his third ranker. He controlled the final against Fergal O'Brien, winning 9-5. Fergal has had some good results in the last year and has been climbing back up the rankings, having slipped somewhat from 04 to 06. He beat both Ronnie O'Sullivan and John Higgins in Belfast.

QFs:
Stephen Maguire (8) 5-2 Neil Robertson (9)
Shaun Murphy (4) 5-3 Peter Ebdon (6)
Mark Allen (20) 5-3 Gerard Greene (31)
Fergal O'Brien (19) 5-2 Ronnie O'Sullivan (3)

SFs:
Maguire (8) 6-5 Murphy (4)
O'Brien (19) 6-3 Allen (20)

Final:
Maguire (8) 9-5 O'Brien (19)

Re: Rankings revisit - a trip through history

Postby chengdufan

Following the 2007 Northern Ireland Trophy, we have two firsts. Shaun Murphy moves to number 1 and Mark Allen enters the top 16.

Top 16
1 +3 Shaun Murphy 12899
2 -1 John Higgins 12690
3 = Ronnie O'Sullivan 12461
4 -2 Mark Selby 11775
5 +3 Stephen Maguire 11699
6 = Peter Ebdon 10622
7 -2 Graeme Dott 10563
8 +2 Ryan Day 9738
9 +10 Fergal O'Brien 9599
10 -3 Marco Fu 9219
11 -2 Neil Robertson 8910
12 -1 Stephen Hendry 7722
13 +7 Mark Allen 7543
14 -2 Matthew Stevens 7236
15 +2 Dominic Dale 7221
16 -1 Jamie Cope 7201

In: Fergal O'Brien; Mark Allen; Dominic Dale
Out: Ali Carter; Ding Junhui; Ken Doherty

Top 32
In: Tom Ford; Barry Hawkins; Anthony Hamilton
Out: Stuart Bingham; Steve Davis; Nigel Bond

Top 64
In: David Morris
Out: Joe Jogia

Top 128
In: Ashley Wright
Out: Justin Astley