Like the professional World Snooker Tour, the WWS world rankings operate on a two-year basis, with the number of points earned in 2016/17 replaced by people from this season in the past 12 months.
The big step in the campaign took place at the April Snooker Women’s Festival in Leeds when Evans regained the top spot in the world ranking list for the first time since February 2018 after her double success at the event.
In fact, it is a measure of the season that Evans enjoyed when the season started at about 5,850 points after Hong Kong Le Y On, now she has finished it with a significant lead of 16,850 points.
For both players who marked a similar score in the 2017/18 season and those points were deducted from their respective total during the next 12 months, Evans seemed very stable to keep the highest ranking. in a time to come.
However, after her victory at the British Women’s Championship and the Australian Open Women’s Championship, On Yee continued to take second place comfortably, the top two have now locked all the ranking titles for Second consecutive season.
The Top eight
Behind the two heads Keighley, Rebecca Kenna, stood in third place from the start of her season after she achieved two ranking finals before Christmas.
Prominent on high heels, World Runner-up Nutcharut Wongharuthai, the only newcomer to the top eight since the start of the season, has increased the list from 17th place a year ago. The 19-year-old now has a real opportunity to close the gap with the top three without any points being erased from her total until 2020 because she did not play in the first half of the 2017/18 campaign.
Lowering the two was Maria Catalano after a tough campaign certainly affected by off-table issues including her father’s death last year, with Wales, Laura Evans, a position behind with quarter-finals. at the Belgian Women’s and Women’s Awards Opening her best performances.
Suzie Opacic remained in seventh place with a semi-final at Women Masters representing her best performance, while Australian Women Expand Katrina Wan down two to eight when not competing since she runs in Sydney.
On the rise
Ready to join the top eight elite next year is Hornecl Emma Parker, up six places to ninth after a best season in her career and now in Wan’s outstanding distance, who is currently not exam Tour on the Tour.
Moving forward was Wakefield, Steph D daughtery, who won the Cup Challenge in mid-season, while Thailand War Warththunun Sukritthanes ended the campaign at No. 15 despite only playing at Festival events and World Championship at the end of the season.
In fact, it was a year for Thai players when both Ploychompoo Laokiatphong and Baipat Siripaporn increased their list, Laokiatphong reached the top 30 just released the Tour in September last year, with Siripaporn right behind her. on the 31st after reaching the semi-finals of the World Championship for the first time.
Belgium’s Wendy Jans also became an increasingly familiar face, competing in three ranking events and making it to the semi-finals of each tournament to rank 19 lists into the top 16.