MATCHROOM SPORT can initially announce the 15 event series that will determine three of the five spots on the European Mosconi Cup team as they bid to extend their run of successive victories to nine this December in London.
See the full ranking schedule & standings to date here.
The events fall into three categories; ‘World Events’ of which there are three; European ‘A’ events, numbering seven and European ‘B’ events of which there are five.
Unlike previous years there will be only two rankings instead of three. The first will be the ‘European Ranking’ which includes the seven European ‘A’ and five European ‘B’ events. The winner of this ranking will gain a spot on the Mosconi Cup side.
The second ranking will be the ‘World Ranking’ which will comprise all 15 events. The first and second placed players in this ranking will gain spots on the European Mosconi Cup team.
In the event that the winner of the European Ranking also comes first or second in the World Ranking, then the player filling the third position in the World Ranking will gain an automatic spot. The remaining two players will be wildcard picks.
With two events having taken place, the up-to-date ranking will be published shortly. The list of events is not final and further tournaments may be added.