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China Open Snooker 2019 Live Scores and Tournament Schedule

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Snooker’s second £1 milllion tournament takes centre stage in Beijing this week, and you can follow all the latest results and fixture lists here.

The China Open is the first tournament outside of the World Championship to break the £1 million prize fund barrier and is a tantalising warm-up to the sport’s show-piece in Sheffield later this month.

A total of 64 players will battle it out for the £250,000 first prize in the 19th ranking event of the season which has been a regular on the snooker calendar for over 20 years.

Mark Selby is the reigning and three-time China Open champion, having defeated Barry Hawkins 11-3 in last year’s final.

This year’s star-studded line-up sees the likes of World Champion Mark Williams, Masters Champion Judd Trump, Welsh Open winner Neil Robertson and 2005 and 2014 winner Ding Junhui among the key title contenders.

The likes of John Higgins, Kyren Wilson, Stuart Bingham and Jack Lisowski will also have their sights set on the lucrative first prize.

The tournament runs from April 1-7 at the Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium in Beijing, with all matches up to and including the Quarter-Finals contested over the best of 11 frames, Semi-Finals best of 19 frames and the final best of 21.

China Open 2019 Tournament Schedule

All times BST (Local time seven hours ahead)

Monday April 1

Round One (H/O = Held over)

2.30am

2 Mark King 6-3 Bai Langning

4 Xiao Guodong 6-1 Soheil Vahedi

6 Joe Perry 6-3 Wu Yize

7 Mark Davis 6-4 Chang Bingyu

14 Kishan Hirani 2-6 Neil Robertson

18 Jamie Clarke 4-6 Stuart Carrington

8.30am

1 Mark Selby 3-6 Craig Steadman

3 Mark Allen 0-/wo Pang Junxu

12 Ali Carter 6-5 Kurt Maflin

20 Anthony McGill 6-4 Nigel Bond

26 Zhou Yuelong 3-6 Li Hang

30 Elliot Slessor 0-6 Stuart Bingham

12.30pm

5 Ding Junhui 6-1 Zhang Jiankang

8 Mark Williams 6-4 Harvey Chandler

13 Mei Xi Wen 6-3 Marco Fu

22 Sam Baird 1-6 Luca Brecel

23 Hossein Vafaei 6-2 Robert Milkins

28 Gerard Greene 6-2 Chris Wakelin

38 Matthew Selt 4-6 David Gilbert

Tuesday April 2

Round One

2.30am

16 Lu Ning 6-5 Barry Hawkins

24 Joe O’Connor 6-2 John Higgins

27 Jack Lisowski 6-2 John Astley

29 Peter Ebdon 6-2 Yan Bingtao

31 Thor Chuan Leong 2-6 Rod Lawler

32 Yuan SiJun 1-6 Kyren Wilson

34 Oliver Lines 4-6 Lyu Haotian

8.30am

10 Liang Wenbo 6-3 Gary Wilson

11 Ryan Day 1-6 Sam Craigie

15 Alexander Ursenbacher 1-6 Mark King

25 Judd Trump 5-6 Robbie Williams

35 Adam Stefanow 1-6 Andrew Higginson

37 Scott Donaldson 6-4 Joe Perry

40 Ken Doherty 6-4 Mark Williams

12.30pm

9 Craig Steadman 6-5 Dominic Dale

17 Pang Junxu 2-6 Alan McManus

19 Stephen Maguire 6-1 Xu Si

21 Michael Holt 6-4 Xiao Guodong

33 Ding Junhui 3-6 James Wattana

36 Ashley Carty 4-6 Ben Woollaston

39 Ricky Walden 6-4 Chang Bingyu

Wednesday April 3

Second Round

7am

42 Sam Craigie 6-4 Ali Carter

43 Mei Xi Wen 3-6 Neil Robertson

44 Mark King 6-2 Lu Ning

47 Michael Holt 4-6 Luca Brecel

48 Hossein Vafaei 6-3 Joe O’Connor

52 Rod Lawler 6-4 Kyren Wilson

54 Andrew Higginson 3-6 Ben Woollaston

56 Ricky Walden 6-1 Ken Doherty

12.30pm

41 Craig Steadman 5-6 Liang Wenbo

45 Alan McManus 6-0 Stuart Carrington

46 Stephen Maguire 3-6 Anthony McGill

49 Robbie Williams 4-6 Li Hang

50 Jack Lisowski 6-3 Gerard Greene

51 Peter Ebdon 3-6 Stuart Bingham – *Bingham makes a 147*

53 James Wattana 2-6 Lyu Haotian

55 Scott Donaldson 6-3 David Gilbert

 

Thursday April 4

Last 16

7am

57 Liang Wenbo 2-6 Sam Craigie

58 Neil Robertson 6-0 Lu Ning

60 Luca Brecel 6-0 Hossein Vafaei

63 Lyu Haotian 4-6 Ben Woollaston

12.30pm

59 Alan McManus 6-3 Anthony McGill

61 Li Hang 4-6 Jack Lisowski

62 Stuart Bingham 6-1 Rod Lawler

64 Scott Donaldson 6-5 Ricky Walden

Friday April 5

Quarter-Finals

7am

65 Sam Craigie 0-6 Neil Robertson

66 Alan McManus 1-6 Luca Brecel

12.30pm

67 Jack Lisowski 6-5 Stuart Bingham

68 Ben Woollaston 4-6 Scott Donaldson

Saturday April 6

Semi-Finals

6am & 12.30pm

Neil Robertson 10-7 Luca Brecel

Jack Lisowski 10-1 Scott Donaldson

Sunday April 7

Final

Neil Robertson 11-4 Jack Lisowski

Prize Fund

Winner: £225,000

Runner-up: £90,000

Semi-Final losers: £45,000

Quarter-Final losers: £27,000

Last 16 losers: £18,000

Last 32 losers: £11,000

Last 64 losers: £5,000

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Televised highest break: £7,000

147 break bonus: £20,000

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Total: £1,000,000