7 Best Snooker Players in the World 2023

Snooker is another game that has been attracting attention since the 19th century in India, having been invented or invented by the British Soldiers during the time that the game has embraced its fans in China. This game has many variations, just like a regular game of billiards. Snooker comes from a slang term for inexperienced or first-year officer candidates.

There are various snooker tournaments and championships. For 2023, a list of new Snooker players who have demonstrated skill, skill, and intelligence in playing snooker. This ranking of the best snooker players is based on a two-year rolling format and total points for all stages.

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Let’s take a look at the best snooker players of 2023

1. Graeme Dott

Speaking of ranking points during 2011-2012, Graeme got seventh and tenth in the last 32 games, which is a best of 9 frames. He was born and raised in Scotland where he played in the town of Larkhall. He placed 2nd in 2010 for world rankings and won various championship titles in 2006, 2010, and even early in his career in 1992 and 1993.

2. Ronnie O’Sullivan

a is one of England’s pride where he is known as “The Rocket” and won major titles in three championships in 2011, 2004, and 2008. In fact, he was ranked number one five times and received 22 different titles. For the 2011-2012 rankings based on points, he placed 18th and 14th for the last best 32 of 9 frames.

3. John Higgins

He is another Scottish player currently holding the world title, having received four titles in 1998, 2007, 2009, and 2011. He has 24 ranking titles. He has always been on the list of any race since he started playing in 1992. He finished third for the overall ranking based on points during 2011-2012.

4. Mark Williams

a represents the nation of Wales where he famously won world titles in 2000 and 2003. He is also known as The Welsh Potting Machine and has been ranked number one for three consecutive seasons. He is one of the rarest left-handers to have won 18 tournaments, held in 1999 and 2002 including the British championship.

5. Martin Gould

He is another representative and pride of England playing from the city of Pinner and is known to his name as “Solid Gould”. Some of the victories he has won are the 2002 British Amateur Championships. He is in 12th place based on his current ranking points.

6. Shaun Murphy

Currently, he got the sixth position. As such, the Englishman is known as The Magician for his focus on long potting and straight cue action, where he also collected various championship titles at the 2005 World Championships, 2010-2011 Players Tour Championships, 2008 British Championships, and World Championships. 2009. The highest-ranking he received became part of the third position for the third year in a row.

7. Mark Allen

He is the 10th spotter for the ranking points at the moment and he is proud to represent Northern Ireland, bearing the nickname The Pistol or All-in. This is also the highest ranking he has earned when he was able to win the 2004 World Amateur Championship.