Tuesday 6 September 2022

Hungary aftermath

Congrats to Joe, becoming only the tenth player to have won three Euro Tour titles. Real strange event with Willie O'Connor coming from nowhere to get the runners' up spot and bump him from well outside the world qualification spots to into it. Rock having a good run means that with a deep run next weekend, he's still got an outside chance of the Grand Prix. But for now, new FRH rankings:

1 Peter Wright
2 Gerwyn Price
3 Michael van Gerwen
4 Michael Smith
5 Danny Noppert
6 Rob Cross
7 Luke Humphries
8 James Wade
9 Jonny Clayton
10 Jose de Sousa
11 Nathan Aspinall
12 Dimitri van den Bergh
13 Joe Cullen (UP 3)
14 Ryan Searle (DOWN 1)
15 Dirk van Duijvenbode (DOWN 1)
16 Gary Anderson (DOWN 1)
17 Damon Heta
18 Krzysztof Ratajski
19 Dave Chisnall
20 Callan Rydz

Not a huge deal of movement. Cullen's win is the main thing and he nips ahead of Searle by just 4 points. Mainly it's the players with deeper runs not being in the top 20 hunt - Willie jumps a couple of spots to 34, Aspinall's semi is offset by de Sousa's quarter, Chisnall was in a bit of an island anyway, Meikle solidifies a top 50 spot which might have been lost with Jim Williams and Boris Krcmar getting paid, Rusty dumps Glen Durrant out of the top 64, while Josh Rock is up to the top 70.

Will likely be back on Thursday with thoughts about ET11.

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