World Open Snooker Statistics, Draw and Preview

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Judd Trump won his second World Open crown when defeating Ding Junhui 10-4 in the final

World Open Snooker Statistics, Draw and Preview
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World Open 2024: Draw and Results

The qualifiers for the World Open took place at the Barnsley Metrodome between the 22nd and 24th of January.

The following top players were beaten in the qualifying rounds:

  • Jack Lisowski
  • Gary Wilson
  • Anthony McGill
  • Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
  • Stuart Bingham

Some qualifying games were heldover to the main venue.

David Gilbert, Sam Craigie, Adam Duffy and Iulian Boiko all withdrew from the event at this stage. Their opponents received a walkover to Round Three.

Final - Best of nineteen frames:

Judd Trump v Ding Junhui 10-4

Semi-FInals - Best of eleven frames:

Judd Trump v Jackson Page 6-2

Neil Robertson v Ding Junhui 5-6

Quarter-Finals - Best of nine frames:

Judd Trump v Kyren Wilson 5-2

Jackson Page v Elliot Slessor 5-2

Hossein Vafaei v Ding Junhui 0-5

Neil Robertson v Barry Hawkins 5-2

Round Four - Best of nine frames:

Judd Trump v David Lilley 5-3

Kyren Wilson v Ben Woolaston 5-4

Mark Selby v Jackson Page 2-5

Elliot Slessor v Daniel Wells 5-2

Ronnie O'Sullivan v Hossein Vafaei 4-5

Ding Junhui v Shaun Murphy 5-3

Neil Robertson v Chris Wakelin 5-1

Barry Hawkins v Stephen Maguire 5-1

Round Three Best of nine frames:

Judd Trump v Fan Zhengyi 5-3

Dominic Dale v David Lilley 2-5

Ashley Hugill v Kyren Wilson 3-5

Ricky Walden v Ben Woollaston 4-5

Mark Selby v Long Zehuang 5-2

Jackson Page v Wu Yize 5-3

Matthew Stevens v Elliot Slessor 1-5

He Guoqiang v Daniel Wells 3-5

Ronnie O'Sullivan v Lyu Haotian 5-2

Robert Milkins v Hossein Vafaei 2-5

Cao Yupeng v Ding Junhui 1-5

Joe Perry v Shaun Murphy 3-5

Neil Robertson v Yuan Sijun 5-2

Ali Carter v Chris Wakelin 1-5

Robbie Williams v Barry Hawkins 2-5

Stephen Maguire v Luca Brecel 5-1

Round Two - Best of nine frames:

Sanderson Lam v Judd Trump 2-5

Fan Zhengyi - walkover

Lukas Kleckers v Dominic Dale 4-5

Stuart Carrington v David Lilley 4-5

Jak Jones v Ashley Hugill 0-5

David Grace v Kyren Wilson 4-5

Jamie Jones v Rickie Walden 4-5

Ben Woolaston - walkover

Mark Selby - walkover

Long Zehuang v Si Jiahui 5-2

John Higgins v Jackson Page 3-5

Zhou Yuelong v Wu Yize 1-5

Ryan Day v Matthew Stevens

Elliot Slessor v Zhang Anda 5-3

He Guoqiang v Matt Selt

Daniel Wells v Mark Allen 5-4

Ronnie O'Sullivan v Michael White 5-3

Lyu Haotian v Aaron Hill 5-4

Robert Milkins - walkover

Hossein Vafaei v Graeme Dott 5-1

Cao Yupeng v Noppon Saengkham 5-3

Liu Hongyu v Ding Junhui 2-5

Joe Perry v Sean O'Sullivan 5-1

Shaun Murphy v Xu Si 5-3

Neil Robertson v Tian Pengfei

Ishpreet Sing Chadha v Yuan Sijun 3-5

Ali Carter v Louis Heathcote 5-3

Chris Wakelin v Jordan Brown

Robbie Williams v Tom Ford 5-4

Jason Kendrick v Barry Hawkins 2-5

Stephen Maguire v Pang Junxu 5-3

Oliver Brown v Luca Brecel 2-5

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World Open: Previous Winners

Below is a table of all the previous winners of the World Open:

When selecting your bets for the World Open why not check out our blog on Player form in China which highlights the players with great records when playing in Asia.

Final Score
Judd Trump
Ding Junhui
Yushan, China
Judd Trump
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Yushan, China
Mark Williams
David Gilbert
Yushan, China
Ding Junhui
Kyren Wilson
Yushan, China
Ali Carter
Joe Perry
Yushan, China
Shaun Murphy
Mark Selby
Haikou, China
Mark Allen
Matthew Stevens
Haikou, China
Mark Allen
Stephen Lee
Haikou, China

World Open: Format and Prize Money

The World Open is played at the Yushan Sport Centre in China between the 18th and the 24th March.

All rounds up to and including the quarter-finals are played over the best of nine frames. The semi-finals are player over eleven frames and the final will be played over nineteen frames.

The total prize fund for the 2024 World Open is £815,000 with £170,000 going to the winner.

Full prize breakdown:

  • Winner: £170,000
  • Runner-up: £73,000
  • Semi-final: £32,000
  • Quarter-final: £21,500
  • Last sixteen: £14,000
  • Last thirty-two: £9,000
  • Last sixty-four: £5,000
  • Highest break: £5000

OLBG's expert snooker tipsters will have tips on all the matches at The World Open.

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