Kaspersky Riga Masters 2017: Draw, TV schedule, results, odds & TV channel

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Ryan Day
Ryan Day

The full results from the Kaspersky Riga Masters, which was won by Ryan Day.

The first snooker ranking event of the 2017/18 season - the Kaspersky Riga Masters - took place from June 23-25 in Latvia, as Neil Robertson aimed to defend his title.

World champion Mark Selby was favourite for glory while Stuart Bingham and Barry Hawkins were among the other bigger names in the field out to stop him.

Here, you can look back on how the Eurosport 2-televised event unfolded with the full results while we also have prize money details and a look back at past winners. 

Kaspersky Riga Masters Draw & Tournament Bracket


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Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Michael Georgiou
Stuart Carrington v Anthony McGill
Kurt Maflin v Alan McManus
Eden Sharav v Jimmy White
Gary Wilson v Ken Doherty
Robin Hull v Rodion Judin
Alex Borg v Zhang Anda
Hammad Miah v Tom Ford
Jimmy Robertson v John J Astley
Jamie Curtis-Barrett v Andrew Higginson
Stuart Bingham v Mark Davis
Sam Craigie v Jamie Jones
Matthew Stevens v Jack Lisowski
Daniel Ward v Lukas Kleckers
Oliver Lines v Christopher Keogan
Stephen Maguire v Gerard Greene
Hossein Vafaei v Mark King
Paul S Davison v Zhou Yuelong
David Gilbert v Joe Perry
Tian Pengfei v Ben Jones
Wang Yuchen v Robert Milkins
Barry Hawkins v Ryan Day
Craig Steadman v Chen Zifan
Ben Woollaston v Kyren Wilson
Nigel Bond v Jackson Page
Xiao Guodong v Mark Joyce
Noppon Saengkham v Cao Yupeng
Sam Baird v Michael White
Alexander Ursenbacher v Elliot Slessor
Robbie Williams v Ashley Carty
Mark Williams v Peter Ebdon
Luca Brecel v Lee Walker  

Kaspersky Riga Masters: Daily Schedule & Results


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Friday June 23
Lunchtime session (1100-1300 BST)
Preliminary round (Best of 7 frames)
Anthony McGill 4-0 Tatiana Vasiljeva (Match 1)
Rodion Judin 4-0 Chen Zhe (Match 2)
Alex Borg w/o Mark Selby (Match 3)
Daniel Ward 2-4 Neil Robertson (Match 4)
First round (Best of 7 frames)
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 4-1 Michael Georgiou (Match 5)
Kurt Maflin 4-3 Alan McManus (Match 7)
Eden Sharav 3-4 Jimmy White (Match 8)
Gary Wilson 0-4 Ken Doherty (Match 9)
Hammad Miah 4-0 Tom Ford (Match 12)
John J Astley w/o Jimmy Robertson (Match 13)
Jamie Curtis-Barrett 0-4 Andrew Higginson (Match 14)
Stuart Bingham 0-4 Mark Davis (Match 15)
Sam Craigie 4-3 Jamie Jones (Match 16)
Oliver Lines 4-1 Christopher Keogan (Match 19)

Afternoon session (1500-1700 BST)
First round (Best of 7 frames)

Matthew Stevens 1-4 Jack Lisowski (Match 17)
Stephen Maguire 4-0 Gerard Greene (Match 20)
Hossein Vafaei w/o Mark King (Match 21)
Paul S Davison 4-2 Zhou Yuelong (Match 22)
David Gilbert 3-4 Joe Perry (Match 23)
Tian Pengfei 4-1 Ben Jones (Match 24)
Robert Milkins w/o Wang Yuchen (Match 25)
Barry Hawkins 3-4 Ryan Day (Match 26)
Craig Steadman w/o Chen Zifan (Match 27)
Ben Woollaston 2-4 Kyren Wilson (Match 28)
Xiao Guodong 1-4 Mark Joyce (Match 30)

Evening session (1800-2000 BST)
First round (Best of 7 frames)
Nigel Bond 4-1 Jackson Page (Match 29)
Noppon Saengkham 4-2 Cao Yupeng (Match 31)
Sam Baird 4-0 Michael White (Match 32)
Alexander Ursenbacher 4-0 Elliot Slessor (Match 33)
Robbie Williams 4-0 Ashley Carty (Match 34)
Mark Williams 4-1 Peter Ebdon (Match 35)
Luca Brecel 4-3 Lee Walker (Match 36)
Stuart Carrington 3-4 Anthony McGill (Match 6)
Robin Hull 4-2 Rodion Judin (Match 10)
Alex Borg 1-4 Zhang Anda (Match 11)
Neil Robertson 3-4 Lukas Kleckers (Match 18)

Saturday June 24
Afternoon session (1100-1800 BST)

Second round (Best of 7 frames)
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 3-4 Anthony McGill (Match 37)
Kurt Maflin 2-4 Jimmy White (Match 38)
Ken Doherty 4-2 Robin Hull (Match 39)
Zhang Anda 4-3 Hammad Miah (Match 40)
John J Astley 1-4 Andrew Higginson (Match 41)
Mark Davis 4-2 Sam Craigie (Match 42)
Jack Lisowski 4-2 Lukas Kleckers (Match 43)
Oliver Lines 3-4 Stephen Maguire (Match 44)
Hossein Vafaei 0-4 Paul S Davison (Match 45)
Joe Perry 4-0 Tian Pengfei (Match 46)
Robert Milkins 1-4 Ryan Day (Match 47)
Craig Steadman 3-4 Kyren Wilson (Match 48)
Nigel Bond 2-4 Mark Joyce (Match 49)
Noppon Saengkham 2-4 Sam Baird (Match 50)
Alexander Ursenbacher 2-4 Robbie Williams (Match 51)
Mark Williams 4-1 Luca Brecel (Match 52)

Evening session (1800-2000 BST)
Third round (Best of 7 frames)

Anthony McGill 4-1 Jimmy White (Match 53)
Ken Doherty 4-2 Zhang Anda (Match 54)
Andrew Higginson 4-3 Mark Davis (Match 55)
Jack Lisowski 0-4 Stephen Maguire (Match 56)
Paul S Davison 1-4 Joe Perry (Match 57)
Ryan Day 4-3 Kyren Wilson (Match 58)
Mark Joyce 4-2 Sam Baird (Match 59)
Robbie Williams 2-4 Mark Williams (Match 60)

Sunday June 25
Lunchtime session (1100-1300 BST)
Quarter-finals
(Best of 7 frames)
Anthony McGill 2-4 Ken Doherty (QF 1)
Andrew Higginson 3-4 Stephen Maguire (QF 2)
Joe Perry 0-4 Ryan Day (QF 3)
Mark Joyce 1-4 Mark Williams (QF 4)

Afternoon session (1500 BST)
Semi-finals (Best of 9 frames)
Ken Doherty 4-5 Stephen Maguire  (SF 1)
Ryan Day 5-4 Mark Williams (SF 2) 

Evening session (2030 BST)
Final (best of 9 frames)

Stephen Maguire 2-5 Ryan Day

Riga Masters Odds


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Riga Masters Prize Fund


Winner: £50,000
Runner-up: £25,000
Semi-final: £15,000
Quarter-final: £6,000
Last 16: £4,000
Last 32: £2,000
Last 64: £1,000
Total: £227,000 

Rolling 147 Break Prize: £5,000

Riga Masters Past Winners


2016: Neil Robertson 5-2 Michael Holt
2015: Barry Hawkins 4-1 Tom Ford
2014: Mark Selby 4-3 Mark Allen

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