🎱 Welsh Open Open Snooker Stats and Betting Guide

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The next event in the Home Nations Series for 2023/24 will be the Welsh Open from the 12th to the 18th February 2024. Robert Milkins is the defending champion.

🎱 Welsh Open Open Snooker Stats and Betting Guide
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Home Nations Series

The Home Nations Series is a combination of four snooker tournaments all based in the UK.

The four tournaments in question are:

  • The English Open (October)
  • The Northern Ireland Open (October)
  • The Scottish Open (December)
  • The Welsh Open (February)


The Home Nations series for 2023/24 kicked off with two consecutive wins for Judd Trump in the English and Northern Ireland Opens.

Gary Wilson then retained the Scottish Open he had won twelve months earlier, this time with a comfortable win over Noppon Saengkham, who was appearing in his first ranking final.

The 22/23 season of the Home Nations series saw Mark Allen retain the Northern Ireland Open, Gary Wilson took advantage of a number of shocks to win his first Home nations event, the Scottish Open and Mark Selby come back to form to beat Luca Brecel 9-6 in the English Open. Robert Milkins crowned a great run of form with winning his second ranking event, the Welsh Open.

The series began in the 2016/17 season.

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Welsh Open 2024: Draw and Results

Gary Wilson won his third ranking event and second Home Nations tournament this season when defeating ranking event final debutant, Martin O'Donnell 9-4. Wilson also took the highest break with a maginficent 147 in his semi-final defeat of John Higgins.

The Welsh Open took place at Venue Cymru in Llandudno between the 12th and 18th February.

Qualifying for the Welsh Open took place at the Barnsley Metrodome between 25th and 27th January.

Some of the highest rated players who lost in qualifying include (seeding number in brackets):

  • Zhou Yuelong (20)
  • Stuart Bingham (26)
  • Joe Perry (27)
  • Lyu Haotian (30)
  • Pang Junxu (31)
  • Stephen Maguire (34)


Ronnie O'Sullivan withdrew from the competition due to a health problem.

Judd Trump withdrew from the competition. He was replaced by Duane Jones.

The top sixteen seeds had their qualifying match held over to the main arena. Ali Carter and Shaun Murphy both bowed out at this stage.

Final - Best of seventeen frames:

Gary Wilson v Martin O'Donnell 9-4

Semi Finals - Best of eleven frames:

Elliot Slessor v Martin O'Donnell 5-6

Gary Wilson v John Higgins 6-4

Quarter Finals - Best of nine frames:

Mark v Allen v John Higgins 2-5

Dominic Dale v Elliot Slessor 3-5

Martin O'Donnell v Luca Brecel 5-3

Gary Wilson v Anthony McGill 5-0

Round Four - Best of seven frames:

Mark Allen v Robbie Williams 4-0

John Higgins v Matt Selt 4-3

Anthony McGill v Ricky Walden 4-3

Robert Milkins v Gary Wilson 0-4

Tom Ford v Luca Brecel 1-4

Dominic Dale v Jak Jones 4-0

Elliot Slessor v Fan Zhengyi 4-3

Marco Fu v Martin O'Donnell 2-4

Round Three - Best of seven frames:

Robert Milkins v David Gilbert 4-0

Jack Lisowski v Gary Wilson 3-4

Mark Williams v Anthony McGill 1-4

Neil Robertson v Ricky Walden 2-4

Mark Allen v Si Jiahui 4-1

Robbie Williams v Adam Duffy 4-2

John Higgins v Ryan Day 4-1

Matt Selt v Duane Jones 4-1

Dominic Dale v Stan Moody 4-1

Hossein Vafaei v Jak Jones 2-4

Elliot Slessor v Dylan Emery 4-1

Fan Zhengyi v Aaron Hill 4-1

Marco Fu v Daniel Wells 4-2

Anthony Hamilton v Martin O'Donnell 2-4

Barry Hawkins v Tom Ford 1-4

Luca Brecel v Graeme Dott 4-1

Round Two - Best of seven frames:

Ding Junhui, Zhang Anda and Kyren Wilson all had an early journey home from Llandudno after being beaten in Round Two

Robert Milkins v Allan Taylor 4-1

David Gilbert v Oliver Lines 4-2

Jack Lisowski v Liam Pullen 4-2

Gary Wilson v Iulian Boiko 4-2

Long Zehuang v Anthony McGill 1-4

Sanderson Lam v Mark Williams 3-4

Matthew Stevens v Ricky Walden 3-4

Stuart Carrington v Neil Robertson 3-4

Mark Allen v Ma Hailong 4-1

Si Jiahui v Andrew Pagett 4-2

Ding Junhui v Robbie Williams 2-4

Adam Duffy v Jamie Clarke 4-0

David Lilley v Ryan Day 2-4

Tian Pengfei v John Higgins 1-4

Ross Muir v Matt Selt 1-4

Liam Davies v Duane Jones 1-4

Alfie Davies v Dominic Dale 3-4

Jordan Brown v Stan Moody 3-4

Zhang Anda v Jak Jones 1-4

Hossein Vafaei v Julien Leclercq 4-1

Dylan Emery v Noppon Saengkham 4-2

Andrew Higginson v Elliot Slessor W/O

Ben Mertens v Fan Zhengyi 2-4

Aaron Hill v Mark Selby 4-2

Barry Pinches v Daniel Wells 1-4

Marco Fu v Zak Surety 4-3

Kyren Wilson v Anthony Hamilton 1-4

Chris Wakelin v Martin O'Donnell 1-4

Ian Burns v Tom Ford 2-4

Xiao Guodong v Barry Hawkins 3-4

Wu Yize v Graeme Dott 2-4

Joe O'Connor v Luca Brecel 0-4

Home Nations Snooker: Previous Winners

Season
Event
Winner
Score
Runner up
2023/24
Scottish Open
Gary Wilson
9-5
Noppon Saengkham
2023/24
Northern Ireland Open
Judd Trump
9-3
Chris Wakelin
2023/24
English Open
Judd Trump
9-7
Zhang Anda
2022/23
Welsh Open
Robert Milkins
9-7
Shaun Murphy
2022/23
English Open
Mark Selby
9-6
Luca Brecel
2022/23
Scottish Open
Gary Wilson
9-2
Joe O'Connor
2022/23
Northern Ireland Open
Mark Allen
9-4
Zhou Yuelong
2021/22
Northern Ireland Open
Mark Allen
9-8
John Higgins
2021/22
English Open
Neil Robertson
9-8
John Higgins
2021/22
Scottish Open
Luca Brecel
9-5
John Higgins
2021/22
Welsh Open
Joe Perry
9-5
Judd Trump
2020/21
English Open
Judd Trump
9-8
Neil Robertson
2020/21
Northern Ireland Open
Judd Trump
9-7
Ronnie O'Sullivan
2020/21
Scottish Open
Mark Selby
9-3
Ronnie O'Sullivan
2020/21
Welsh Open
Jordan Brown
9-8
Ronnie O'Sullivan
2019/20
English Open
Mark Selby
9-1
David Gilbert
2019/20
Northern Ireland Open
Judd Trump
9-7
Ronnie O'Sullivan
2019/20
Scottish Open
Mark Selby
9-6
Jack Lisowski
2019/20
Welsh Open
Shaun Murphy
9-1
Kyren Wilson
2018/19
English Open
Stuart Bingham
9-7
Mark Davis
2018/19
Northern Ireland Open
Judd Trump
9-7
Ronnie O'Sullivan
2018/19
Scottish Open
Mark Allen
9-7
Shaun Murphy
2018/19
Welsh Open
Neil Robertson
9-7
Stuart Bingham
2017/18
English Open
Ronnie O'Sullivan
9-2
Kyren Wilson
2017/18
Northern Ireland Open
Mark Williams
9-8
Yan Bingtao
2017/18
Scottish Open
Neil Robertson
9-8
Cao Yupeng
2017/18
Welsh Open
John Higgins
9-7
Barry Hawkins
2016/17
English Open
Liang Wenbo
9-6
Judd Trump
2016/17
Northern Ireland Open
Mark King
9-8
Barry Hawkins
2016/17
Scottish Open
Marco Fu
9-4
John Higgins
2016/17
Welsh Open
Stuart Bingham
9-8
Judd Trump


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Home Nations Snooker: Roll of Honour

Player
Wins
Runners Up
Beaten semi-finalist
Judd Trump
6
3
3
Mark Selby
4
0
2
Neil Robertson
3
1
3
Mark Allen
3
0
3
Stuart Bingham
2
1
1
Gary Wilson
2
0
1
Ronnie O'Sullivan
1
5
4
John Higgins
1
4
5
Shaun Murphy
1
2
0
Luca Brecel
1
1
0
Mark Williams
1
0
1
Marco Fu
1
0
0
Mark King
1
0
1
Liang Wenbo
1
0
0
Jordan Brown
1
0
0
Joe Perry
1
0
1
Robert Milkins
1
0
1
Kyren Wilson
0
2
1
Barry Hawkins
0
2
2
Yan Bingtao
0
1
2
David Gilbert
0
1
1
Cao Yupeng
0
1
0
Mark Davis
0
1
0
Jack Lisowski
0
1
2
Zhou Yuelong
0
1
1
Joe O'Connor
0
1
1
Zhang Anda
0
1
0
Chris Wakelin
0
1
0
Noppon Saengkham
0
1
1
Anthony McGill003
Stephen Maguire
0
0
2
Hossein Vafaei002
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
0
0
1
Ricky Walden001
Tian Pengfei
0
0
1
Pang Junxu
0
0
1
Ali Carter001
David Grace001
Li Hang001
Jamie Jones001
Tom Ford001
Eden Sharav001
Daniel Wells001
Alexander Ursenbacher001
Liu Hongyu001
Elliot Slessor001
Lyu Haotian001
Anthony Hamilton001
Yu Delu001
Scott Donaldson001


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Scottish Open 2023: Draw and results

Gary Wilson successfully defended the title he won twelve months ago by comfortably accounting for Noppon Saengkham 9-5. Noppon was appearing in his first ranking event final.

The qualifying round for the Scottish Open was held at the Morningside Arena in Leicester between 30th October and 2nd November.

Some of the highest rated players who lost in qualifying include (seeding number in brackets):

  • Joe Perry (26)
  • Fan Zhengyi (30)
  • Xiao Guodong (31)
  • Wu Yize (35)
  • Pang Junxu (33)
  • Graeme Dott (39)
  • Anthony Hamilton (40)
  • Jamie Jones (41)


Gary Wilson, Luca Brecel, Ding Junhui, John Higgins, Shaun Murphy, Mark Selby, Ali Carter, Barry Hawkins, Judd Trump, Jack Lisowski, Robert Milkins, Jimmy Robertson, Mark Allen, Kyren Wilson, Mark Williams, Hossein Vafaei and local Scottish amateur Jack Borwick all had their qualifying matches held over to the main venue. Of the above, Murphy, Hawkins, Lisowski. Milkins, Robertson. Allen, Williams, Vafaei and Borwick all lost.

Ronnie O'Sullivan withdrew on the first day of the event due to medical issues.

Final - Best of seventeen frames

Gary Wilson 9 Noppon Saengkham 5

Semi-finals - Best of eleven frames

Gary Wilson 6 Zhou Yuelong 5

Noppon Saengkham 6 John Higgins 3

Quarter-finals - Best of nine frames

Gary Wilson 5 Chris Wakelin 0

Zhou Yuelong 5 Stuart Bingham 4

Sanderson Lam 3 Noppon Saengkham 5

John Higgins 5 Tom Ford 3

Round four draw - Best of seven frames

Gary Wilson 4 Rory Thor 1

Chris Wakelin 4 Kyren Wilson 2

Dominic Dale 0 Zhou Yuelong 4

Stuart Bingham 4 Zhang Anda 0

Sanderson Lam 4 Anthony McGill 1

Noppon Saengkham 4 Matt Selt 3

Lyu Haotian 2 John Higgins 4

Tom Ford 4 Martin O'Donnell 2

Round three draw - Best of seven frames:

Gary Wilson 4 Joe O'Connor 3

Ashley Carty 3 Rory Thor 4

Chris Wakelin 4 Sam Craigie 0

David Gilbert 3 Kyren Wilson 4

Dominic Dale 4 Jimmy White 1

Zhou Yuelong 4 Andrew Higginson 2

Aaron Hill 2 Stuart Bingham 4

Zhang Anda 4 Si Jiahui 2

Liam Graham 3 Sanderson Lam 4

Pang Junxu 2 Anthony McGill 4

Noppon Saengkham 4 Ali Carter 2

Matt Selt 4 Mark Selby 3

Lyu Hongyu 2 Lyu Haotian 4

John Higgins 4 Ricky Walden 3

Tom Ford 4 Ding Junhui 3

Martin O'Donnell 4 Luca Brecel 2

Round two draw - Best of seven frames:

Gary Wilson 4 Xing Zihao 3

Joe O'Connor 4 Scott Donaldson 1

Daniel Wells 3 Rory Thor 4

Ryan Day 3 Ashley Carty 4

Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 2 Chris Wakelin 4

Yuan Sijun 0 Sam Craigie 4

Robbie Williams 3 David Gilbert 4

Jordan Brown 0 Kyren Wilson 4

Jamie Jones 3 Dominic Dale 4

Jimmy Robertson 3 Jimmy White 4

Mark Davis 1 Andrew Higginson 4

Zhou Yuelong W/O Martin Gould

Manasawin Phetmalaikul 0 Stuart Bingham 4

Aaron Hill 4 Jack Lisowski 1

Julien Leclercq 2 Si Jiahui 4

Zhang Anda 4 Judd Trump 2

Liam Graham 4 Ben Mertens 2

Sanderson Lam 4 Cao Yupeng 1

Pang Junxu 4 Xu Si 1

Anthony McGill 4 Oliver Lines 2

Lukas Kleckers 1 Noppon Saengkham 4

Ishprett Singh Chadha 3 Ali Carter 4

Alfie Burden 1 Matt Selt 4

Matthew Stevens 3 Mark Selby 4

Liu Hongyu 4 Zak Surety 0

Lyu Haotian 4 Jackson Page 0

John Higgins 4 v He Guoqiang 1

Ricky Walden 4 Alexander Ursenbacher 3

Liam Highfield 2 Tom Ford 4

Jenson Kendrick 1 Ding Junhui 4

Martin O'Donnell 4 Jamie Clarke 2

James Cahill 3 Luca Brecel 4

Northern Ireland Open 2023 Draw and Results

Judd Trump underlined that he is the player to beat in the Home Nations event, taking his sixth title when overwhelming Chirs Wakelin 9-3.

Five players chose to withdraw from the Northern Ireland Open as they planned to play in an exhibition event in Macau. That event was subsequently cancelled but the players in question were not allowed to play in Belfast. The players in question are:

  • Mark Selby

  • Luca Brecel

  • Ali Carter

  • John Higgins

  • Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

In addition to the five players above, Ronnie O'Sullivan was again a late withdrawal, citing his continuing problems with an elbow injury.

The qualifying rounds for the Northern Ireland Open were held at Ponds Forge in Sheffield. 

Some additional qualifying matches were held over to the main venue in Belfast. These matches saw the following high ranked players eliminated:

  • Kyren Wilson

  • Ryan Day

  • Robert Milkins


Final - Best of 17 frames

Judd Trump 9 Chris Wakelin 3

Semi Finals - Best of eleven frames

Jack Lisowski 1 Chris Wakelin 6

Judd Trump 6 Barry Hawkins 4

Quarter finals - Best of nine frames

Chris Wakelin 5 Yuan Sijun 2

Judd Trump 5 Stephen Maguire 4

Jack Lisowski 5 Ricky Walden 1

Barry Hawkins 5 David Gilbert 4

Round Four draw - Best of seven frames:

Ricky Walden 4 Xing Zihao 1

Jack Lisowski 4 Aaron Hill 1

Chris Wakelin 4 Shaun Murphy 2

Yuan Sijun 4 Stan Moody 2

Judd Trump 4 Noppon Saengkham 3

Stephen Maguire 4 Joe Perry 3

Barry Hawkins 4 Robbie Williams 0

David Gilbert 4 Rory McLeod 0

Round Three draw - Best of seven frames

Xing Zihao 4 Andres Petrov 1

Ricky Walden 4 Stuart Bingham 1

Jack Lisowski 4 Matthew Selt 1

Aaron Hill 4 Dylan Emery 0

Shaun Murphy 4 Sean O'Sullivan 0

Stan Moody 4 Gary Wilson 1

Yuan Sijun 4 Jordan Brown 2

Judd Trump 4 Ian Burns 2

Noppon Saengkham 4 Anthony McGill 0

Joe Perry 4 Hossein Vafaei 3

Stephen Maguire 4 Sam Craigie 2

Robbie Williams 4 Zhang Anda 1

Barry Hawkins 4 Jimmy Robertson 1

David Gilbert 4 Lyu Haotian 1

Rory McLeod 4 Jak Jones 3

Round Two draw - Best of seven frames:

Mark Allen 3 Andres Petrov 4

Graeme Dott 1 Xing Zihao 4

Ricky Walden 4 Dominic Dale 3

Stuart Bingham 4 Xu Si 1

Dean Young 3 Matt Selt 4

Jackson Page 1 Jack Lisowski 4

Aaron Hill 4 Fan Zhengyi 1

Dylan Emery 4 Cao Yupeng 3

Shaun Murphy 4 Marco Fu 3

Zak Surety 3 Sean O'Sullivan 4

Ma Hailong 1 Martin O'Donnell 4

Chris Wakelin 4 Alfie Burden 2

Rod Lawler 2 Stan Moody 4

Lukas Kleckers 1 Gary Wilson 4

Jamie Clarke 0 Yuan Sijun 4

Jordan Brown 4 Neil Robertson 1

Judd Trump 4 Julien Leclercq 0

Ian Burns 4 Ken Doherty 2

Anthony McGill 4 Robbie McGuigan 3

Noppon Saengkham 4 Barry Pinches `

Michael White 3 Joe Perry 4

Anton Kazakov 0 Hossein Vafaei 4

James Cahill 2 Stephen Maguire 4

Hammad Miah 2 Sam Craigie 4

Mark Williams 2 Robbie Williams 4

Zhang Anda 4 Rory Thor 1

Barry Hawkins 4 Jiang Jun 1

Jimmy Robertson 4 Peng Yisong 0

Mathhew Stevens 3 David Gilbert 4

Lyu Haotian 4 Tom Ford 3

Mark Davis 2 Jak Jones 4

Ross Muir 3 Rory McLeod 4

English Open 2023: Draw and Results

Judd Trump continued his fine run of comebacks when overturning a 7-3 defecit in the Final, winning six frames on the spin to complete a 9-7 victory over Zhang Anda.

This win was Judd's fifth victory in the Home Nations Series and his twenty-fourth ranking event win. Trump is sixth in the all-time ranking events wins list behind Ronnie O'Sullivan, Stephen Hendry, John Higgins, Steve Davis and Mark Williams.

Final - 17 frames

Judd Trump 9 Zhang Anda 7 (Zhang was 7-3 up)

Semi-Finals - 11 frames

Judd Trump 6 John Higgins 5 (Higgins was 5-2 up)

Zhang Anda 6 Liu Hongyu 2 (Zhang makes his first ranking event final)

Quarter-Finals - 9 frames

Martin O'Donnell 1 John Higgins 5

Judd Trump 5 Matthew Selt 1

Zhang Anda 5 Zhou Yuelong 4

Liu Hongyu 5 Ding Junhui 1

Round 4 - Best of 7 frames

Martin O'Donnell 4 He Guoqiang 2

John Higgins 4 Oliver Lines 1

Judd Trump 4 Yuan Sijun 2

Matthew Selt 4 Ricky Walden 3

Zhang Anda 4 Ronnie O'Sullivan 2

Zhou Yuelong 4 Ali Carter 1

Liu Hongyu 4 Mark Williams 3

Ding Junhui 4 Luca Brecel 3

Round 3 - Best of 7 frames

Martin O'Donnell 4 Stephen Maguire 1

He Guoqiang 4 Hossein Vafaei 3

Mark Davis 0 John Higgins 4

Cao Yupeng 2 Oliver Lines 4

Judd Trump 4 Jimmy Robertson 3

Robert Milkins1 Yuan Sijun 4

Ricky Walden 4 Graeme Dott 3

Matthew Selt 4 Mark Allen 2

Ronnie O'Sullivan 4 Si Jiahui 2

Elliot Slessor 1 Zhang Anda 4

Jason Kendrick 0 Ali Carter 4

Zhou Yuelong 4 Sanderson Lam 0

Liu Hongyu 4 Chris Wakelin 3

Mark Williams 4 Dylan Emery 2

Gary Wilson 2 Ding Junhui 4

Muhammad Asif 0 Luca Brecel 4

Round 2 - Best of 7 frames

Mark Selby 2 Martin O'Donnell 4

Stephen Maguire 4 Louis Heathcote 2

Ryan Day 3 He Guoqiang 4

Hossein Vafaei 4 Julien Leclercq 3

David Lilley 2 Mark Davis 4

James Cahill 2 John Higgins 4

Cao Yupeng 4 David Gilbert 0

Martin Gould 1 Oliver Lines 4

Judd Trump 4 Scott Donaldson 1

Jimmy Robertson 4 Allan Taylor 3

Robert Milkins 4 Adam Duffy 3

Tom Ford 2 Yuan Sijun 4

Hammad Miah 2 Ricky Walden 4

Graeme Dott 4 Barry Hawkins 2

Michael White 3 Matthew Selt 4

Wu Yize 1 Mark Allen 4

Ronnie O'Sullivan 4 Jackson Page 1

Si Jiahui 4 Fergal O'Brien 0

Jack Lisowski 3 Elliot Slessor 4

Anthony McGill 1 Zhang Anda 4

Lukas Kleckers 1 Jenson Kendrick 4

Liam Pullen 0 Ali Carter 4

Andrew Higginson 2 Zhou Yuelong 4

Stuart Carrington 0 Sanderson Lam 4

Liu Hongyu 4 v Joe O'Connor 1

Chris Wakelin 4 Jamie Jones 1

Mark Williams 4 Xiao Guodong 3

Dylan Emery 4 Oliver Brown 1

Dominic Dale 3 Gary Wilson 4

David Grace 1 Ding Junhui 4

Muhammad Asif 4 Fan Zhengyi 3

Luca Brecel 4 Andy Hicks 1

The qualifying event for the English Open took place at the Morningside Arena in Leicester between 6th and 8th September.

The highest seeded players to not make through qualifiying were: Stuart Bingham (22) and Joe Perry (24).

A number of the qualifying matches of the top players were held over to the main arena. Neil Robertson was one of the players whose qualifying game was held over but the Australian's bad start to the season continued as he was knocked out by Sanderson Lam on the final black.

Contributor Information

We are fortunate to have two snooker obsessed staff members at OLBG in Tipster Competition manager Darren Brett and our Editor-In-Chief Steve Madgwick, working together with Dan Tracey our data man, we are proud to provide this Welsh Open Open Snooker Stats and Betting Guide article and all major snooker events throughout the year.

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As the manager of our tipster competition and all the players, Darren brings his passion for snooker to the forefront of his role. His expert knowledge of the game makes him the ideal person to nurture our network of snooker tipsters. Darren is also responsible for all of our snooker content and event updates, meticulously verifying every detail for accuracy before they go live. Darren is truly our ace in the pocket.

- Darren Brett, Tipster competition manager

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