2021 World Grand Prix snooker draw, schedule, TV channel, prize money and odds – archyde

Judd Trump is out to defend his World Grand Prix title (Image: Zheng Zhai)

The World Grand Prix starts on Monday as a busy time for Snooker keeps rolling, right after the memorable UK Championship and Scottish Open events.

New British champion Zhao Xintong and Scottish Open winner Luca Brecel will try to maintain their good current form and bag another big check this week in Coventry.

However, there are many top stars who stop them from doing so, including Judd Trump, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Mark Selby, John Higgins, and Neil Robertson.

The 32 best players on the one-year list, not those in the world rankings, qualify for this event, so there are some unusual settlements as Zhao ends up at number 1, with Selby at # 21 and Trump at # 13.

This is how you see the World Grand Prix

The tournament will be broadcast live on ITV4, with streaming available for subscribers on the ITV hub.

World Grand Prix draw and schedule

Mon December 13th
7 p.m .: Zhao Xintong against Martin Gould
7 p.m .: Yan Bingtao versus Mark King
20 Uhr: Kyren Wilson vs Anthony Hamilton
8 p.m .: Mark Williams versus Jack Lisowski

Tuesday December 14th
1 p.m .: Barry Hawkins versus Mark Selby
13 Uhr: Ricky Walden vs Stuart Bingham
15 Uhr: John Higgins vs Tom Ford
3 p.m .: David Gilbert versus Ali
7pm: Judd Trump vs. Ben Woollaston
7pm: Anthony McGill versus Stephen Maguire
20 Uhr: Neil Robertson vs Noppon Saengkham
8 pm: Mark Allen vs. Cao Yupeng

Wed December 15
13 Uhr: Ronnie O’Sullivan vs Andy Hicks
1 p.m .: Gary Wilson versus Hossein Vafaei
3 p.m .: Jimmy Robertson versus Matthew Selt
3 pm: Luca Brecel vs. Jordan Brown

Last 4pm: Wednesday evening & Thu afternoon
Quarter-finals: Thursday evening & Friday afternoon
Semi-finals: Fri & Sat evening
Final: Sunday

World Grand Prix prize money

Winner: £ 100,000
Runner-up: £ 40,000
Semi-finals: £ 20,000
Quarter-finals: £ 12,500
Last 16: £ 7,500
Last 32: £ 5,000
Maximum break: £ 10,000

World Grand Prix odds

Judd Trump 7/2
Ronnie OSullivan 9/2
Neil Robertson 6/1
John Higgins 9/1
Mark Selby 9/1
Kyren Wilson 14/1
Luca Brecel 14/1
David Gilbert 16/1
Yan Bingtao 16/1
Mark Allen 18/1
Mark Williams 22/1
Zhao Xintong 22/1
Jack Lisowski 30/1
Stuart Bingham 40/1
Barry Hawkins 40/1
Anthony McGill 40/1
Stephen Maguire 50/1
Ali Carter 50/1
Ricky Walden 50/1

Odds courtesy of Betfair

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