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The current darts world ranking of the PDC

The Order of Merit of the PDC has a new number one.

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The current darts world ranking of the PDC

The Order of Merit of the PDC has a new number one. Peter Wright, who led the world rankings from March 6th to July 24th, regained the top position from Gerwyn Price. The Welshman should have won the World Grand Prix like in 2020 to defend the prize money that had fallen out of the standings and stay at the top. Getting into the semifinals was enough for Wright to return to the darts throne.

But the major tournament also shook up the rankings in the top places. Nathan Aspinall jumped three places to eleventh, Ross Smith (27th) and Madars Razma (36th) moved up five places.

The biggest jump, however, was achieved by Martin Lukeman. By reaching the quarterfinals, the Englishman made up 16 places and is now 43rd.

The biggest losers are Gary Anderson, who is likely to drop out of the top 10 in the coming weeks, Devon Petersen, who is no longer in the top 32 and is also in danger of missing the World Cup after losing in the African World Cup qualifier, and Jeffrey De Zwaan .

The Dutchman lost a whopping £16,000 in prize money. After surprisingly participating in the quarterfinals as a substitute two years ago, De Zwaan did not make it into the field of 32 this time, so he lost eleven places and is now ranked 62nd. Without taking part in the World Championships or surprising successes in the last few weeks of the season, the "Black Cobra" will also have to give up its Tour Card at the end of the year.

The two Germans missed it with their first round defeats to make up more ground. Martin Schindler lost a place in the Order of Merit despite the £7,500 prize money associated with his debut. Gabriel Clemens is still the best German in 22nd place.

The order of merit is calculated on the basis of the prize money won over the past 24 months. The top 16 are seeded for the major tournaments World Matchplay and World Grand Prix. The top 32 automatically qualify for the second round of the World Championship and the fourth round of the UK Open. In addition, the best 24 professionals play the Masters among themselves.

After the World Cup, players ranked 1-64 will receive a tour card for the following year. This does not apply to anyone who had only secured their right to play (for two years) twelve months earlier.

1. Peter Wright (Scotland) £1,262,000

2. Gerwyn Price (Wales) 1.186.250

3. Michael van Gerwen (Netherlands) 914.250

4. Michael Smith (England) 617.750

5. James Wade (England) 559.750

6. Jose de Sousa (Portugal) 494,000

7. Jonny Clayton (Wales) 452.000

8. Rob Cross (England) 427.750

9. Danny Noppert (Netherlands) 415,500

10. Gary Anderson (Scotland) 411,250

11. Nathan Aspinall (England) 401.250

12. Luke Humphries (England) 400.500

13. Joe Cullen (England) 383.250

14. Dimitri Van den Bergh (Belgium) 374,500

15. Dave Chisnall (England) 342.250

16. Dirk van Duijvenbode (Netherlands) 330.250

17. Ryan Searle (England) 323.000

18. Krzysztof Ratajski (Poland) 314,500

19. Damon Heta (Australia) 276,500

20. Stephen Bunting (England) 273.250

21. Mervyn King (England) 238.250

22. Gabriel Clemens (Germany) 231,250

23. Daryl Gurney (Nordirland) 230.000

24. Callan Rydz (England) 226,750

25. Brendan Dolan (Northern Ireland) 225,250

26. Chris Dobey (England) 206.000

27. Ross Smith (England) 175.750

28. Vincent van der Voort (Netherlands) 173,750

29. Ian White (England) 171.250

30. Simon Whitlock (Australia) 165.250

31. Mensur Suljovic (Austria) 164,250

32. Kim Huybrechts (Belgium) 157.250

33. Devon Petersen (South Africa) 155,000

34. Adrian Lewis (England) 141.750

35. William O‘Connor (Ireland) 141,750

36. Madars Razma (Latvia) 137.250

37. Martin Schindler (Germany) 129,000

38. Ricky Evans (England) 115.250

39. Martijn Kleermaker (Netherlands) 115,000

40. Ryan Joyce (England) 110.000

41. Jermaine Wattimena (Niederlande) 108,750

42. Darius Labanauskas (Lithuania) 97.250

43. Martin Lukeman (England) 94.750

44. Jamie Hughes (England) 94.750

45. Keane Barry (Ireland) 90,000

46. ​​Alan Soutar (Schottland) 89,500

47. Steve Lennon (Ireland) 88.250

48. Glen Durrant (England) 87.000

49. Luke Woodhouse (England) 86.500

50. Adam Hunt (England) 84.250

51. Andrew Gilding (England) 84.000

52. Ryan Meikle (England) 79.750

53. Raymond van Barneveld (Netherlands) 79.250

54. Maik Kuivenhoven (Netherlands) 76,000

55. Ron Meulenkamp (Netherlands) 74,500

56. Jason Lowe (England) 73.500

57. Boris Krcmar (Croatia) 73.250

58. Ritchie Edhouse (England) 72.250

59. Florian Hempel (Germany) 67,500

60. Steve Beaton (England) 67.250

61. Andy Boulton (Scotland) 64,750

62. Jeffrey De Zwaan (Netherlands) 63.750

63. Mike De Decker (Belgium) 62,500

64. Jeff Smith (Canada) 62,250

65. Keegan Brown (England) 62.250

66. Steve West (England) 61.000

67. Rowby-John Rodriguez (Austria) 57,250

68. Max Hopp (Germany) 55,000

69. John Henderson (Scotland) 54,250

70. Joe Murnan (England) 53,500

71. Lewy Williams (Wales) 51.250

72. William Borland (Scotland) 51,250

73. Scott Mitchell (England) 49.250

74. Adam Gawlas (Tschechien) 40,750

75. Jason Heaver (England) 40.250

76. Niels Zonneveld (Netherlands) 39,750

77. Josh Rock (Nordirland) 36.000

78. Jim Williams (Wales) 35.750

79. Scott Williams (England) 35.750

80. Geert Nentjes (Netherlands) 33,250

81. Boris Koltsov (Russia) 31.750

82. Gordon Mathers (Australia) 30,250

83. Danny Jansen (Netherlands) 28,000

84. Karel Sedlacek (Czech Republic) 27,500

85. Matt Campbell (Canada) 25,000

86. Cameron Menzies (Scotland) 23,500

87. Scott Waites (England) 23.250

88. Peter Hudson (England) 23.250

89. John O‘Shea (Irland) 22.250

90. Mickey Mansell (Nordirland) 21.750

91. Eddie Lovely (England) 21.000

92. Berry van Peer (Netherlands) 19,750

93. John Michael (Greece) 19,000

94. Kevin Doets (Netherlands) 18,750

95. Jon Worsley (Wales) 18.250

96. Krzysztof Kciuk (Poland) 18,000

97. Danny Baggish (USA) 17.750

98. Nathan Rafferty (Northern Ireland) 17,750

99. Geert De Vos (Belgium) 17,500

100. Sebastian Bialecki (Poland) 16,500

1.1. 2007 bis 1.1. 2008: Phil Taylor

1.1. 2008 to 8.6. 2008: Raymond van Barneveld

8.6. 2008 bis 1.1. 2014: Phil Taylor

1.1. 2014 to 3.1. 2021: Michael van Gerwen

3.1.2021 bis 6.3. 2022: Gerwyn Price

6.3. 2022 bis 24.7. 2022: Peter Wright

25.7. 2022 bis 9.10.2022: Gerwyn Price

since October 10, 2022: Peter Wright

Until the end of 2006, only the number of tournament wins was taken into account in the ranking. Since it was introduced in 1993, the leaders of the ranking have been the Englishmen Alan Warriner-Little, Dennis Priestley, Rod Harrington, Peter Manley and Colin Lloyd as well as the Canadian John Part. The highest placing for a German is rank 21, achieved by Max Hopp and Gabriel Clemens.

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