The race to reach the Coral World Grand Prix will enter its final straight this week at the German Masters in Berlin.

The top 32 on the one-year ranking list at the end of the tournament in Germany will qualify automatically for the first of this season’s Coral Series events. The Coral World Grand Prix will run from February 4-10 at the Centaur arena at Cheltenham racecourse – the first ever snooker tournament staged at the Gloucestershire venue.

The qualifying rounds of the German Masters were played in December, with just 32 players going through to Berlin.

Here’s how the updated one-year list looks for the players inside the top 32 and others who have made it to Berlin. The list below includes German Masters prize money (£4,000 for reaching the last 32 and £3,000 for losing in the last 64). Players who have qualified for Berlin are in bold.

1 Mark Allen £353,000
2 Ronnie O’Sullivan £220,000
3 Mark Selby £217,000
4 Mark Williams £195,000
5 Neil Robertson £174,500
6 Judd Trump £168,500
7 Jack Lisowski £127,000
8 David Gilbert £126,000
9 Stuart Bingham £124,500
10 Jimmy Robertson £98,225
11 Joe Perry £98,000
12 John Higgins £96,000
13 Barry Hawkins £88,000
14 Kyren Wilson £85,500
15 Stephen Maguire £82,000
16 Martin O’Donnell £76,500
17 Ali Carter £72,500
18 Ryan Day £70,500
19 Noppon Saengkham £68,000
20 Mark King £65,500
21 Mark Davis £62,725
22 Tom Ford £62,500
23 Zhao Xintong £60,500
24 Yan Bingtao £59,000
25 Matthew Stevens £58,000
26 Stuart Carrington £57,500
27 Xiao Guodong £55,600
28 Yuan SiJun £54,000
29 Ding Junhui £54,000
30 Shaun Murphy £53,500
31 Marco Fu £53,500
32 Gary Wilson £48,600
Zhou Yuelong £47,500
Robert Milkins £45,100
Peter Ebdon £42,500
Ricky Walden £35,000
Fergal O’Brien £30,600
Ben Woollaston £29,100 
Sam Baird £29,000
Kurt Maflin £25,600
Li Hang £25,000
Rory McLeod £20,000
Michael Georgiou £18,100
Duane Jones £7,000

There are 12 players behind Gary Wilson who could still knock him out of the top 32

Having lost in the last 64, Gary Wilson is the man in 32nd place who must hope that results go his way and he is not over-taken. Zhou Yuelong and Robert Milkins would both need to win two more matches, reaching the quarter-finals, to go past Wilson, while others behind them will need a deeper run at the Tempodrom. But with an £80,000 top prize up for grabs, everyone who has made it to Berlin still has a chance of earning a spot in Cheltenham.

The top 16 on the one-year list (after the BetVictor Shoot Out) will qualify for the Coral Players Championship in Preston (March 4-10), and only the top eight (after the Gibraltar Open) will make it to the new Coral Tour Championship in Llandudno (March 19-24).