Snooker welsh open 2017
- Welsh Open 2017 Draw and format
- 2019 Welsh Open (snooker)
- John Higgins holds off Barry Hawkins to win record fifth Welsh Open title
Welsh Open 2017 Draw and format
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The Coral Welsh Open professional ranking snooker tournament took place at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff from 13 to 19 February Stuart Bingham won his first Welsh Open title and fourth ranking title overall, beating Judd Trump 98 in the final. The breakdown of prize money is shown below. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Darts tournament of the same name, see Welsh Open darts.
The Welsh Open returns as a Home Nations Series event for the first time, and you can follow all the latest results and fixture lists here. Ronnie O'Sullivan is the defending champion after defeating Neil Robertson in last year's final, and 'The Rocket' is now bidding for a record-breaking fifth Welsh Open crown. The tournament runs from February at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. All matches up to and including the Fourth Round are to be contested over the best of seven frames, Quarter-Finals best of nine, Semi-Finals best of 11 and the Final best of We are committed to responsible gambling and have a number of ways to help you stay in control and keep gambling fun.
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Neil Robertson won the event, his fifteenth ranking title and second Home Nations triumph since the re-brand in Robertson made the fourth break of his career in the fourth frame of his Round 1 match with Jordan Brown. He then followed up with a break to win the match 41. John Higgins was the defending champion, having beaten Barry Hawkins 97 in the final,  but he was defeated 35 by Joe O'Connor in the quarter-finals. Noppon Saengkham made his first ever professionally recorded break in the second frame of his third round match against Mark Selby. The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below: .
2019 Welsh Open (snooker)
John Higgins holds off Barry Hawkins to win record fifth Welsh Open title