Ronnie O’Sullivan has jumped to second in the official world rankings following his victory at the Betfred World Championship.

O’Sullivan conquered the Crucible for the sixth time on Sunday night and the £500,000 top prize boosts him up from sixth to second. World number one Judd Trump finishes the 2019/20 season with a lead of £547,500 over O’Sullivan.

Kyren Wilson was runner-up in Sheffield, earning his biggest payday of £200,000, and he is up to two spots to a career-high position of sixth.

Losing semi-finalist Mark Selby moves from seventh to fourth, while Anthony McGill also reached the last four and he leaps from 39th to 22nd.

Quarter-finalist Kurt Maflin is up from 43rd to 27th, while Jamie Clarke enjoyed a fine run to the last 16 and he jumps from 89th to 76th.


Source: World Snooker