John Henderson has risen back into the top 32 on the PDC Order of Merit following his run to the quarter-finals in Leverkusen at the weekend.
The Scot defeated Ray Campbell, Kim Huybrechts and Alan Norris on his way to reaching the last eight of the HappyBet European Darts Open, his best run on the tour since a semi-final run in a Players Championship event last September.
Henderson’s move back into the top 32 came at the expense of Jamie Caven, who drops out of the top 32 on the Order of Merit for the first time in over four years.
Lower down the rankings, rising star Rob Cross has broken into the top 50 for the first time as his impressive first year on the main PDC circuit continues.
Last year’s Challenge Tour Order of Merit winner knocked out world number one Michael van Gerwen in the third round in Leverkusen on Sunday, before losing out to eventual runner-up Mervyn King in the quarter-finals.
Peter Wright took the title in Leverkusen on Sunday evening, beating King 6-2 in the final to win his fourth European Tour event of 2017, with his latest victory closing the gap on world number two Gary Anderson to £70,250.
PDC Order of Merit (as of July 3, 2017)
|1||Michael van Gerwen||£1,748,250|
|9||Raymond van Barneveld||£319,500|
|15||Benito van de Pas||£264,750|
|26||Vincent van der Voort||£144,500|
|47||Dimitri Van den Bergh||£73,250|
|56||Dirk van Duijvenbode||£48,500|
|57||Jeffrey de Graaf||£47,250|