World Rankings

Some articles on world rankings, world ranking, ranking, world:

Snooker World Rankings 2009/2010
... Snooker world rankings 2009/2010 The professional world rankings for all the professional snooker players in the 2008/2009 season who qualified for the 2009/2010 season are listed below ... The points listed here take into account the snooker world ranking points 2007/2008 and snooker world ranking points 2008/2009. 5, 1975 (age 37) Sport country England Professional 1992– Highest ranking 1 No ...
Snooker World Number Ones
... There have been three ranking systems in place in professional snooker since 1975, which have seen ten players hold the number one rank Ray Reardon ... This system was only in place for a season before being replaced by the world rankings, which saw successive periods of dominance for the first 22 seasons by ... In the first 34 years of the world rankings only seven players held the number one position ...
International Rankings Of Italy - Sports
... Association football Italian men's team are 2nd in the world in FIFA World Rankings, and 4th in the world in World Football Elo Ratings Italian women's team are 13th in the world in FIFA Women's ... Rugby League Italy national rugby league team are 16th in the world on the RLIF World Rankings Rugby Union Italy national rugby union team are 10th in the world on the ...
Snooker World Rankings 2007/2008
... Snooker world rankings 2007/2008 The professional world rankings for the top 75 snooker players (plus 7 other players who are ranked 76–82 officially if all players on the ... The points listed here take into account ranking tournament performances from the previous two seasons (2005/2006 and 2006/2007) ... Ranking Name Country Points 1 John Higgins Scotland 2 ... Graeme Dott Scotland 3 ... Shaun Murphy England 4 ... Ken Doherty Ireland 5 ... Ronnie O'Sullivan England 6 ... Peter Ebdon ...

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