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Ronnie O’Sullivan is the defending champion

The top 32 players on the one-year ranking list collide at the 2023 World Grand Prix in Cheltenham, and you can follow the latest results and schedule of play here.

The field is comprised of the 32 most in-form players covering all ranked events from the past 12 months, up to and including the English Open.

The World Grand Prix is the eighth ranking event of the season and part one of the Duelbits Series which also includes the Players Championship and Tour Championship.

Ronnie O’Sullivan is the defending champion after he defeated Neil Robertson 10-8 in the final of the most recent staging in December 2021.

O’Sullivan and Judd Trump have each claimed this title on two occasions, while other former champions in action include Shaun Murphy, Barry Hawkins and Robertson.

Mark Allen is the number one seed, having picked up the Northern Ireland Open and UK Championship titles this season, while British Open champion Ryan Day is seeded number two.

Trump heads to The Centaur fresh from securing a second Masters title at Alexandra Palace on Sunday, while Mark Williams aims to bounce back from his defeat in that final by challenging for glory here.

Former World Champions Mark Selby and Stuart Bingham are among a star-studded field which also includes Ding Junhui, Kyren Wilson, Jack Lisowski and Zhou Yuelong.

The tournament takes place from January 16-22, with First Round and Last 16 matches to be contested over the best of seven frames, Quarter-Finals best of nine, Semi-Finals best of 11 and the final best of 19.


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World Grand Prix 2023 Schedule

Monday January 16

Round One

1 Mark Allen 4-2 David Gilbert
3 Zhou Yuelong 4-3 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

4 Jack Lisowski 4-3 Robert Milkins
15 Neil Robertson 1-4 Xiao Guodong

Tuesday January 17

Round One

7 Mark Williams 4-1 Jamie Jones
16 Ryan Day 4-1 Ricky Walden

5 Mark Selby 1-4 Noppon Saengkham
8 Ding Junhui 4-0 Stuart Bingham

2 Joe O’Connor 4-2 Lyu Haotian
6 Barry Hawkins 0-4 Ronnie O’Sullivan

9 Kyren Wilson 4-2 Robbie Williams
14 Judd Trump 4-2 Hossein Vafaei

Wednesday January 18

Round One

10 Shaun Murphy 4-0 Ali Carter
11 Tom Ford 2-4 Sam Craigie

12 Gary Wilson 1-4 Anthony McGill
13 Luca Brecel 4-1 Joe Perry

Second Round

18 Zhou Yuelong 2-4 Jack Lisowski
19 Noppon Saengkham 4-2 Ronnie O’Sullivan

17 Mark Allen 4-3 Joe O’Connor
20 Mark Williams 4-0 Ding Junhui

Thursday January 19

Second Round

23 Luca Brecel 0-4 Judd Trump
24 Xiao Guodong 4-1 Ryan Day

21 Kyren Wilson 2-4 Shaun Murphy
22 Sam Craigie 0-4 Anthony McGill


25 Mark Allen 5-4 Jack Lisowski
26 Noppon Saengkham 5-3 Mark Williams

Friday January 20


27 Shaun Murphy 5-4 Anthony McGill
28 Judd Trump 5-3 Xiao Guodong

Semi-Final 1

29 Mark Allen 6-1 Noppon Saengkham

Saturday January 21

Semi-Final 2

30 Shaun Murphy 2-6 Judd Trump

Sunday January 22


1pm & 7pm
Mark Allen 10-9 Judd Trump

World Grand Prix 2023 Prize Fund
Winner: £100,000
Runner-up: £40,000
Semi-Final losers: £20,000
Quarter-Final losers: £12,500
Last 16 losers: £7,500
First Round losers: £5,000
Highest break: £10,000
Total: £380,000