Tour Championship Snooker 2019: Draw, schedule, betting odds, results, & TV coverage

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The draw, schedule, results and odds for the 2019 Coral Tour Championship, which will take place from March 19-24 in Llandudno.

Ronnie O'Sullivan is the warm favourite to win the newly-formed event which follows hot on the heels of the Players Championship which took place in Preston only a couple of weeks ago.

O'Sullivan was to prove victorious there, beating Neil Robertson 10-4 in a one-sidd final which he closed out by reaching 1000 career centuries with a fabulous break of 134.

This event will feature the top eight current players in the world with the likes of Judd Trump, Mark Selby and Neil Roberston all in the hunt for a first prize of £150,000.

You can follow the Tour Championship here with the full draw, schedule, results and daily previews and reviews, whilst we also have details of Sky Bet's odds for the tournament.

Richard Mann's outright Tour Championship preview is also available to view here.

Tour Championship draw & tournament bracket

Scroll down for daily schedule and results

FINAL

Ronnie O'Sullivan v Neil Robertson

SEMI-FINALS

  • Judd Trump v Ronnie O'Sullivan
  • Mark Allen v Neil Robertson

Tournament schedule and results

  • Quarter-finals best of 17 frames; semi-finals best of 19; final best of 25

Quarter-finals

Tuesday 19 March
Afternoon Session (1300 - ITV4)

  • Neil Robertson 2-6 Mark Selby
  • Judd Trump 4-4 Mark Williams

Tuesday 19 March
Evening Session (1900 - ITV4)

  • Neil Robertson 9-8 Mark Selby
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-2 Stuart Bingham

Wednesday 20 March
Afternoon session (1300 - ITV4)

  • Mark Allen 6-2 Kyren Wilson
  • Judd Trump 9-8 Mark Williams

Wednesday 20 March
Evening session (1900 - ITV4)

  • Mark Allen 9-7 Kyren Wilson
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan 9-3 Stuart Bingham

Semi-Finals

Thursday 21 March
Afternoon session (1300 - ITV4)

  • Judd Trump 6-2 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Thursday 21 March
Evening session (1900 - ITV4)

  • Judd Trump 9-10 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Friday 22 March
Afternoon session (1300 - ITV4)

  • Mark Allen 3-5 Neil Robertson

Friday 22 March
Afternoon session (1900 - ITV4)

  • Mark Allen 6-10 Neil Robertson

Final

Saturday 22 March
Evening session (1900 - ITV4)

  • Ronnie O'Sullivan 5-3 Neil Robertson

Sunday 23 March
Afternoon session (1300 - ITV4)

  • Ronnie O'Sullivan 8-8 Neil Robertson

Sunday 23 March
Afternoon session (1900 - ITV4)

  • Ronnie O'Sullivan 13-11 Neil Robertson

Coral Tour Championship: How to watch

ITV4 will be broadcasting all of the matches live.

Coral Tour Championship: Prize fund

  • Winner: £150,000
  • Runner-up: £60,000
  • Semi-finals: £40,000
  • Quarter-finals: £20,000
  • Highest break: £10,000

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