The top 32 players on the one-year list compete for 2021 World Grand Prix glory, 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 the Scottish Open.
The World Grand Prix is the seventh ranking event of the season and part of the Cazoo Series which also includes the Players Championship and Tour Championship.
Judd Trump is the defending champion after he defeated Jack Lisowski 10-7 in last year’s final in Milton Keynes.
This year’s event will take place at the Coventry Building Society Arena from December 13-19 and carries a total prize fund of £380,000, with £100,000 on offer to the winner.
Reigning UK Champion Zhao Xintong is the number one seed, ahead of UK Championship runner-up and newly-crowned Scottish Open champion Luca Brecel.
Ronnie O’Sullivan, the 2018 champion, continues to chase down his first ranking title of the season, as does John Higgins – who has been beaten in three ranking finals this term.
Former World Grand Prix champions Barry Hawkins and Neil Robertson are also in action, alongside reigning World Champion Mark Selby, Masters Champion Yan Bingtao and Northern Ireland Open winner Mark Allen.
First Round and Second Round matches are to be contested over the best of seven frames, with Quarter-Finals best of nine, Semi-Finals best of 11 and the final best of 19.
World Grand Prix Snooker 2021 Schedule
Monday December 13
1 Zhao Xintong 2-4 Martin Gould
2 Yan Bingtao 4-1 Mark King
3 Kyren Wilson 3-4 Anthony Hamilton
9 Mark Williams 3-4 Jack Lisowski
Tuesday December 14
6 Barry Hawkins 1-4 Mark Selby
11 Ricky Walden 3-4 Stuart Bingham
8 John Higgins 2-4 Tom Ford
12 David Gilbert 1-4 Ali Carter
7 Judd Trump 4-2 Ben Woollaston
10 Anthony McGill 0-4 Stephen Maguire
4 Neil Robertson 4-0 Noppon Saengkham
5 Mark Allen 4-1 Cao Yupeng
Wednesday December 15
13 Ronnie O’Sullivan 4-1 Andy Hicks
14 Gary Wilson 1-4 Hossein Vafaei
15 Jimmy Robertson 4-2 Matthew Selt
16 Luca Brecel 4-1 Jordan Brown
17 Yan Bingtao 4-0 Martin Gould
20 Judd Trump 3-4 Tom Ford
18 Neil Robertson 4-1 Anthony Hamilton
19 Mark Selby 4-2 Mark Allen
Thursday December 16
23 Ronnie O’Sullivan 4-1 Hossein Vafaei
24 Luca Brecel 3-4 Jimmy Robertson
21 Stephen Maguire 4-3 Jack Lisowski
22 Stuart Bingham 4-3 Ali Carter
25 Neil Robertson 5-4 Yan Bingtao
26 Mark Selby 5-2 Tom Ford
Friday December 17
27 Stephen Maguire 1-5 Stuart Bingham
28 Ronnie O’Sullivan 5-2 Jimmy Robertson
29 Mark Selby 3-6 Neil Robertson
Saturday December 18
30 Ronnie O’Sullivan v Stuart Bingham
Sunday December 19
1pm & 7pm
Neil Robertson v Ronnie O’Sullivan/Stuart Bingham
Quarter-Final losers: £12,500
Last 16 losers: £7,500
Last 32 losers: £5,000
Highest break: £10,000