World Open Snooker 2016

2016 World Open (Snooker)

  • Date: 8–13 March 2016
  • Venue: Venue Cymru
  • Type: Ranking

World Open Snooker 2016 Prize Money

  • Winner: £100,000
  • Runner-up: £35,000
  • Semi-final: £20,000
  • Quarter-final: £10,000
  • Last 16: £5,000
  • Last 32: £2,500
  • Highest break: £5,000
  • Total: £300,000

Seeding list

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Main Draw

  Last 32
Best of 7 frames
    Last 16
Best of 7 frames
    Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames
    Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
    Final
Best of 19 frames
 
                                                 
         
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  28      
         
   
         
  12      
   
  21      
         
   
         
  13        
   
  20      
         
   
         
  4      
   
  29      
         
   
         
  3            
   
  30      
         
   
         
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  19      
         
   
         
  11        
   
  22      
         
   
         
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  27      
         
   
         
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  31      
 
 

Finals

Final: Best of 19 frames. Referee: .
Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Wales, 13 March 2015.
   
Afternoon:
Evening:
  Highest break  
  Century breaks  
  50+ breaks  

2015 World Open (Snooker)

  • Date: 16–22 March 2015
  • Venue: Venue Cymru
  • Type: Ranking
Tournament Information
Venue Hainan International Exhibition Center
Location Haikou
Country China
Established 1982
Organisation(s) World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association
Format Ranking event
Total prize fund £478,000
Current champion(s) Shaun Murphy (England)

World Open Snooker 2015 Prize Money

  • Winner: £85,000
  • Runner-up: £35,000
  • Semi-final: £21,000
  • Quarter-final: £12,500
  • Last 16: £8,000
  • Last 32: £6,500
  • Last 64: £3,000
  • Non-televised highest break: £0
  • Televised highest break: £2,000
  • Total: £478,000

World Open Snooker 2015 Main Draw

  Last 32
Best of 7 frames
    Last 16
Best of 7 frames
    Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames
    Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
    Final
Best of 19 frames
 
                                                 
         
  1 Mark Selby 4  
 
  32 Michael Holt 1  
    1 Mark Selby 2  
   
    16 Martin Gould 4  
  16 Martin Gould 4  
   
  17 Alan McManus 1  
    16 Martin Gould 4  
   
    25 Peter Ebdon 2  
  9 Stephen Maguire 4    
   
  24 Xiao Guodong 1  
    9 Stephen Maguire 1  
   
    25 Peter Ebdon 4  
  8 Shaun Murphy 3  
   
  25 Peter Ebdon 4  
    16 Martin Gould 5  
   
    4 Judd Trump 6  
  5 Ricky Walden 4      
   
  28 Ding Junhui 1  
    5 Ricky Walden 3  
   
    12 Mark Williams 4  
  12 Mark Williams 4  
   
  21 Ryan Day 3  
    12 Mark Williams 3  
   
    4 Judd Trump 4  
  13 Joe Perry 4    
   
  20 Ben Woollaston 0  
    13 Joe Perry 2  
   
    4 Judd Trump 4  
  4 Judd Trump 4  
   
  29 Dominic Dale 0  
    4 Judd Trump 10  
   
    2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 7  
  3 Neil Robertson 4        
   
  30 Luca Brecel 0  
    3 Neil Robertson 3  
   
    19 Mark Davis 4  
  14 Marco Fu 1  
   
  19 Mark Davis 4  
    19 Mark Davis 0  
   
    6 Stuart Bingham 4  
  11 Barry Hawkins 0    
   
  22 Matthew Selt 4  
    22 Matthew Selt 2  
   
    6 Stuart Bingham 4  
  6 Stuart Bingham 4  
   
  27 Anthony McGill 3  
    6 Stuart Bingham 0  
   
    2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 6  
  7 Mark Allen 3      
   
  26 Liang Wenbo 4  
    26 Liang Wenbo 3  
   
    23 Graeme Dott 4  
  10 John Higgins 3  
   
  23 Graeme Dott 4  
    23 Graeme Dott 1  
   
    2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 4  
  15 Robert Milkins 4    
   
  18 Michael White 2  
    15 Robert Milkins 0  
   
    2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 4  
  2 Ronnie O'Sullivan 4  
   
  31 Rod Lawler 2  
 
 

Past Winners / Champions

Year Winner Runner-up Final score Venue Season
Professional Players Tournament
1982 (Wales) Ray Reardon (England) Jimmy White 10–5 Birmingham 1982/1983
1983 (England) Tony Knowles (England) Joe Johnson 9–8 Bristol 1983/1984
Grand Prix
1984 (Northern Ireland) Dennis Taylor (Canada) Cliff Thorburn 10–2 Reading 1984/1985
1985 (England) Steve Davis (Northern Ireland) Dennis Taylor 10–9 Reading 1985/1986
1986 (England) Jimmy White (England) Rex Williams 10–6 Reading 1986/1987
1987 (Scotland) Stephen Hendry (Northern Ireland) Dennis Taylor 10–7 Reading 1987/1988
1988 (England) Steve Davis (Northern Ireland) Alex Higgins 10–6 Reading 1988/1989
1989 (England) Steve Davis (England) Dean Reynolds 10–0 Reading 1989/1990
1990 (Scotland) Stephen Hendry (England) Nigel Bond 10–5 Reading 1990/1991
1991 (Scotland) Stephen Hendry (England) Steve Davis 10–6 Reading 1991/1992
1992 (England) Jimmy White (Republic of Ireland) Ken Doherty 10–9 Reading 1992/1993
1993 (England) Peter Ebdon (Republic of Ireland) Ken Doherty 9–6 Reading 1993/1994
1994 (Scotland) John Higgins (England) Dave Harold 9–6 Derby 1994/1995
1995 (Scotland) Stephen Hendry (Scotland) John Higgins 9–5 Sunderland 1995/1996
1996 (Wales) Mark Williams (Scotland) Euan Henderson 9–5 Bournemouth 1996/1997
1997 (Wales) Dominic Dale (Scotland) John Higgins 9–6 Bournemouth 1997/1998
1998 (England) Stephen Lee (Hong Kong) Marco Fu 9–2 Preston 1998/1999
1999 (Scotland) John Higgins (Wales) Mark Williams 9–8 Preston 1999/2000
2000 (Wales) Mark Williams (England) Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–5 Telford 2000/2001
LG Cup
2001 (England) Stephen Lee (England) Peter Ebdon 9–4 Preston 2001/2002
2002 (Scotland) Chris Small (Scotland) Alan McManus 9–5 Preston 2002/2003
2003 (Wales) Mark Williams (Scotland) John Higgins 9–5 Preston 2003/2004
Grand Prix
2004 (England) Ronnie O'Sullivan (England) Ian McCulloch 9–5 Preston 2004/2005
2005 (Scotland) John Higgins (England) Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–2 Preston 2005/2006
2006 (Australia) Neil Robertson (England) Jamie Cope 9–5 Aberdeen 2006/2007
2007 (Hong Kong) Marco Fu (England) Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–6 Aberdeen 2007/2008
2008 (Scotland) John Higgins (Wales) Ryan Day 9–7 Glasgow 2008/2009
2009 (Australia) Neil Robertson (China) Ding Junhui 9–4 Glasgow 2009/2010
World Open
2010 (Australia) Neil Robertson (England) Ronnie O'Sullivan 5–1 Glasgow 2010/2011
2012 (Northern Ireland) Mark Allen (England) Stephen Lee 10–1 Haikou 2011/2012
2013 (Northern Ireland) Mark Allen (Wales) Matthew Stevens 10–4 Haikou 2012/2013
2014 (England) Shaun Murphy (England) Mark Selby 10–6 Haikou 2013/2014
2015 Judd Trump Ronnie O'Sullivan 10–7 Llandudno 2014/2015