Coral Tour Championship snooker: TV info, draw, prize money, schedule, results

Ronnie O'Sulivan

Get the full draw, bracket, schedule, TV info, prize money and more ahead of snooker's Coral Tour Championship.

Coral Tour Championship: Key info

  • When: June 20-26
  • Where: Milton Keynes
  • TV coverage: ITV4

Daily schedule & results

  • Matches played over two sessions, beginning at 1330 BST and 1900 BST
  • Quarter-finals and semi-finals best of 17 frames; final best of 19
  • * denotes latest score between sessions

Saturday June 20

  • Neil Robertson 5-9 Stephen Maguire

Sunday June 21

  • Judd Trump 9-4 John Higgins

Monday June 22

  • Mark Selby 9-6 Yan Bingtao

Tuesday June 23

  • Shaun Murphy 8-9 Mark Allen

Wednesday June 24

  • Judd Trump 6-9 Stephen Maguire

Thursday June 25

  • Mark Selby 2-9 Mark Allen

Friday June 26

  • Stephen Maguire 10-6 Mark Allen

Tournament draw

  • Draw listed in bracket order
  • Quarter-finals and semi-finals best of 17; final best of 19

Quarter-finals

  • Judd Trump 9-4 John Higgins
  • Neil Robertson 5-9 Stephen Maguire
  • Mark Selby 9-6 Yan Bingtao
  • Shaun Murphy 8-9 Mark Allen

Semi-finals

  • Judd Trump 6-9 Stephen Maguire
  • Mark Selby 2-9 Mark Allen

Final

  • Stephen Maguire 10-6 Mark Allen

Click the image for our Tour Championship match-by-match previews


Prize money

  • Winner: £150,000
  • Runner-up: £60,000
  • Semi-final: £40,000
  • Quarter-final: £20,000 (will not count towards prize money rankings)

Coral Series standings

Player who tops this list after Tour Championship wins Coral Cup and £100,000

  • Judd Trump £132,500
  • Neil Robertson £100,000
  • Yan Bingtao £50,000
  • Shaun Murphy £30,000
  • John Higgins £27,500
  • Mark Allen £15,000
  • Mark Selby £15,000
  • Ding Junhui £0

Previous finals

2019: Ronnie O'Sullivan 13-11 Neil Robertson


Coronavirus safety measures

All players, staff and contractors will be virus-tested prior to entering the venue and will be in isolation until their results are known.

Players will require a negative test result in order to enter the venue and there will be no spectators.

They will play all group matches on one day, remaining on site throughout, and will then leave the venue.

Other safety measures include:

  • Social distancing measures in place throughout the venue
  • Players seated at least two metres apart during matches
  • Players using anti-bacterial hand sanitiser before matches and avoiding handshakes
  • Referees endeavouring to keep two metres away from players where possible
  • There will be no access for players’ guests
  • First aid personnel on site at all times

Responsible gambling

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