Trump edged out Neil Robertson 9-8 in a superb final on Sunday to land his 18th ranking title, becoming the first player to win three Home Nations events.
The £70,000 top prize boosts him up to second on the one-year list, behind BetVictor European Masters champion Mark Selby who lost in the semi-finals on Saturday.
Robertson’s £30,000 runner-up prize moves up from seventh to third. John Higgins earned his first prize money of the season with a run to the semi-finals and he’s up to seventh.
Welshman Jak Jones reached the quarter-finals of a ranking event for the first time in his career and he leaps from 46th to 12th. Robbie Williams also made the last eight and he’s up to 13th.
The top 32 on the one-year list, after the Scottish Open, will qualify for the World Grand Prix in December. Then in 2021 the top 16 will go on to the Players Championship and only the top eight will make the Tour Championship.
On the official two-year ranking list, Trump extended his lead over second-placed Ronnie O’Sullivan to a vast £610,000. Robertson remains third, with Selby fourth. Jones and Williams both leap 17 places – to 89th and 90th respectively.
Next week’s culmination of the BetVictor Championship League has important implications for the two-year list as it is the seeding cut-off for the Northern Ireland Open, BetVictor German Masters and Betway UK Championship. For the provisional seedings click here.
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