January 22, 2021

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The race to qualify for the upcoming World Grand Prix will be decided this week in Milton Keynes as the Matchroom.Live Scottish Open is played to a conclusion.

The top 32 players on the one-year ranking list will qualify for the event which begins next Monday.

For more information about the state of play prior to the event, view our previous article within which we highlighted some of the highest ranked players at risk of missing out on qualification.

Latest Standings (09/12/2020):

21st – Jamie Jones – £28,000 (R64)
22nd – Xiao Guodong – £28,000 (R128)
23rd – Hossein Vafaei – £27,500 (R64)
24th – Ali Carter – £27,000 (R64)
25th – Kurt Maflin – £27,000 (R128)
26th – Thepchaiya Un-Nooh – £26,000 (R64)
27th – Graeme Dott – £26,000 (R128)
28th – Liang Wenbo – £25,000 (R64)
29th – Robert Milkins – £25,000 (R64)
30th – Joe O’Connor – £25,000 (R64)
31st – Michael Holt – £25,000 (R64)
32nd – Matt Selt – £24,500 (R64)
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33rd – Mark Allen – £24,500 (R64)
34th – Robbie Williams – £24,500 (R64)
35th – Ricky Walden – £24,000 (R64)
38th – Luca Brecel – £22,500 (R64)
39th – Jamie Clarke – £21,500 (R64)
40th – Mark Williams – £21,000 (R64)
41st – Ben Woollaston – £21,000 (R64)
42nd – Tom Ford – £21,000 (R64)
44th – Matthew Stevens – £20,500 (R64)
45th – Chang Bingyu – £20,000 (R64)
46th – Liam Highfield – £19,500 (R32)
47th – Jordan Brown – £19,500 (R64)
47th – Li Hang – £19,000 (R64)
52nd – Dominic Dale – £17,500 (R64)
53rd – Sunny Akani – £17,500 (R64)
54th – Ashley Carty – £17,500 (R64)
55th – Noppon Saengkham – £17,000 (R64)
58th – Lyu Haotian – £16,500 (R32)

59th – Andy Hicks – £16,500 (R64)

Players knocked out of the Scottish Open have been struck out

Players level on prize money have been sorted on countback.

Further players currently with less than £15,000 will be added should they progress deeper into the tournament.

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