2022 Nineball World Rankings | Van Boening, Alyousef, and more movements

2022 Nineball World Rankings | Van Boening, Alyousef, and more movements

Shane Van Boening has moved to No.1 on the 2022 Nineball World Rankings with the likes of Alexander Kazakis, Abdullah Alyousef, Dimitri Jungo, and Thorsten Hohmann all rewarded for strong showings at the 2022 World Pool Championship.

2022 Nineball World Rankings

The 2022 Nineball World Rankings were decided at the start of 2022 by a Rankings Committee to form the backbone of seeding for the 2022 Nineball events with the rankings open to change based on performances in 2022 tournaments.

The impact of these changes will first be seen at the upcoming World Pool Masters with players 1-8 starting out in the Last 16 with the rest of the 24 player field set to face the preliminary stage.

The full list of updates are below highlighted below with Green indicating movement up and Orange indicating movement down

Number Name
1 Shane Van Boening (USA)
2 Albin Ouschan (AUT) 
3 David Alcaide (ESP)
4 Carlo Biado (PHI)
5 Max Lechner (AUT)
6 Aloysius Yapp (SGP)
7 Naoyuki Oi (JPN)
8 Alexander Kazakis (GRE)
9 Joshua Filler (GER)
10 Chang Jung-Lin (TPE)
11 Francisco Sanchez-Ruiz (ESP)
12 Oliver Szolnoki (HUN)
13 Abdullah Alyousef (KUW)
14 Ko Ping Chung (TPE)
15 Liu Haitao (CHN)
16 Omar Al-Shaheen (KUW)
17 Ko Pin-Yi (TPE)
18 Jayson Shaw (GBR)
19 Wu Jiaqing (CHN)
20 Skyler Woodward (USA)
21 Eklent Kaçi (ALB)
22 Denis Grabe (EST)
23 Chang Yu-Lung (TPE)
24 Mieszko Fortunski (POL)
25 Dennis Orcollo (PHI)
26 Niels Feijen (NED)
27 Mario He (AUT)
28 Alex Pagulayan (CAN)
29 Marc Bijsterbosch (NED)
30 John Morra (CAN)
31 Konrad Juszczyszyn (POL)
32 Thorsten Hohmann (GER)
Top up list
33 Dimitri Jungo (SUI)
34 Sanjin Pehlivanović (BOS)
35 Mika Immonen (FIN)
36 Wiktor Zielinski (POL)
37 Ralf Souquet (GER)
38 Tomasz Kaplan (POL)
39 Tyler Styer (USA)
40 Kelly Fisher (GBR)

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