Qualifiers draws and prize money

Worldsnooker has today published the draw for the qualifiers to be played in Preston early August: the Indian Open 2017, the European Masters 2017 and the World Open 2017.

Friday 14 Jul 2017 04:59PM

The draws and formats for the qualifying round of the World Open, Indian Open and European Masters are now available.

The qualifiers at the Preston Guild Hall run from August 1 to 9. Tickets costing just £5 are on sale now to see the world’s top players, for details click here

Click here for the Indian Open Draw

Click here for the European Masters Draw

Click here for the World Open Draw

Click here for the format for all three events

Unless I misread the draws, Ronnie hasn’t entered any of those events, which isn’t surprising. He said he would be unable to enter the World Open qualifiers because he had other commitments at those dates already. He’s never entered the Indian Open and he also made it clear he had not entered the European Masters this season.

Worldsnooker has also now published the prize money schedule for the 2017/18 season

Friday 14 Jul 2017 09:46AM

The ranking events prize money schedule for the 2017/18 season is now available.

Click Here For The Prize Money Schedule

and Click here for the seeding cut off information


8 thoughts on “Qualifiers draws and prize money

  1. NOW TV schedule for the Hong Kong Masters:

    (local times)
    20/7 13:45 Hawkins-Fu
    20/7 18:45 Selby-Robertson
    21/7 13:45 Trump-Murphy
    21/7 18:45 Higgins-O’Sullivan
    22/7 13:45 Semi-Final 1 (probably Hawkins/Fu- Selby/Robertson)
    22/7 18:45 Semi-Final 2 (propbably Trump/Murphy – Higgins/O’Sullivan)
    23/7 13:45 Exhibition with Ng On Yee
    23/7 18:45 Final

  2. So I think his schedule for this year is something like this:
    This month: Hong Kong Masters (next week) and International Challenge
    Does the century break count as official there?

    Next months: China Championship.

    September: –

    October: English Open and maybe International Championship

    November: Champion of Champions, Northern Ireland Open, UK Championship

    December: Scottish Open.

    So it’s 9 event. Between July and December – I think – 9 is good enough!

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