New Rankings (Dec 2015)
Top story is Steve Soquette – the Belgian moves above Grant to become the top European player, just behind Polanco of the USA. Steve’s consistent semi-final results demonstrate that being steady is an important wallball skill.
Elsewhere, proving that big wins are also a decent skill, Mcelduff launches into the Top 10 after his superb victory in Holland. Tristao also makes the big break, after becoming runner-up in Belgium to Astorga. He moves up to 7th at the expense of his teammate Thomson, who drops out the decile.
Danny Torres makes good inroads after two good tournaments and Pozzebon and Steenstra make a welcome move into the top 30.
Lower down the list John Hurley makes a pleasant stroll onwards and upwards.
No change in the top 4, but a maxing out of tournaments in one calendar year for Monroe. The biggest mover is Broersma, who leaps into the top 10 with magnificent results in Belgium & Holland.
Monfils and Zeinstra also move up nicely after Holland. Of course Scheffer remains top after 3 years of solid results.