Grand Swiss Wildcards

Title Surname Firstnames Country Rating
1 GM
Dominguez Perez
Leinier United States 2760
2 GM
Firouzja
Alireza Iran 2682 Junior
3 GM
Shirov
Alexei Spain 2658
4 GM
Lupulescu
Constantin Romania 2649 Chess.com Manx Liberty
5 GM
Parligras
Mircea-Emilian Romania 2638 Chess.com Manx Liberty
6 GM
Deac
Bogdan-Daniel Romania 2623 Junior
7 GM
Tari
Aryan Norway 2623 Chess.com Manx Liberty
8 GM
Esipenko
Andrey Russia 2611 Junior
9 GM
Nihal
Sarin India 2606 Junior
10 GM
Erdos
Viktor Hungary 2603 Chess.com Manx Liberty
11 GM
Abdusattorav
Nodirbek Uzbekistan 2598 Junior
12 GM
Gukesh
D India 2543 Junior
13 GM
Keymer
Vincent Germany 2522 Junior
14 GM
Tan
Zhongyi China 2507 Women's World No 11
15 GM
Lei
Tingjie China 2505 Women's World No 13
16 GM
Dronavalli
Harika India 2492 Women's World No 14
17 IM
Kashlinskaya
Alina Russia 2492 Women's World No 15
18 IM
Sadhwani
Raunak India 2482 Junior
19 GM
Stefanova
Antoaneta Bulgaria 2474 Women's World No 19
20 IM
Paehtz
Elisabeth Germany 2473 Women's World No 20
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