Welsh Open Snooker 2020: Draw, schedule, betting odds, results & TV coverage

Shaun Murphy

The full draw, schedule and results for snooker's ManBetX Welsh Open which takes place from Monday February 10 to Sunday February 16 in Cardiff.


Welsh Open daily schedule

Sunday 16 February
Final
Evening Session (1900)

  • Kyren Wilson 1-9 Shaun Murphy

Sunday 16 February
Final
Afternoon Session (1300)

  • Kyren Wilson 1-7 Shaun Murphy

Welsh Open: Round-by-round results

  • In draw bracket order

SEMI-FINALS

  • Kyren Wilson 6-5 Ronnie O'Sullivan
  • Yan Bingtao 5-6 Shaun Murphy

QUARTER-FINALS

  • Neil Robertson 0-5 Kyren Wilson
  • Mark Selby 1-5 Ronnie O'Sullivan
  • Yan Bingtao 5-2 John Higgins
  • Shaun Murphy 5-3 Judd Trump

ROUND FOUR

Quarter One

  • Neil Robertson 4-0 Gerard Greene
  • Ding Junhui 2-4 Kyren Wilson

Quarter Two

  • Mark Selby 4-3 Zhao Xintong
  • Soheil Vahedi 0-4 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Quarter Three

  • Anthony McGill 3-4 Yan Bingtao
  • Luca Brecel 3-4 John Higgins

Quarter Four

  • Dominic Dale 1-4 Shaun Murphy
  • Stephen Maguire 1-4 Judd Trump

ROUND THREE

Quarter One

  • Neil Robertson 4-3 Noppon Saengkham
  • Gerard Greene 4-2 Daniel Wells
  • Jimmy Robertson 1-4 Ding Junhui
  • Martin O'Donnell 0-4 Kyren Wilson

Quarter Two

  • Mark Selby 4-2 Andy Lee
  • Matthew Stevens 1-4 Zhao Xintong
  • Soheil Vahedi 4-0 Jack Lisowski
  • Anthony Hamilton 2-4 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Quarter Three

  • Mark Williams 1-4 Anthony McGill
  • Stuart Bingham 3-4 Yan Bingtao
  • Luca Brecel 4-3 Tian Pengfei
  • Xiao Guodong 2-4 John Higgins

Quarter Four

  • Mark Allen 2-4 Dominic Dale
  • Shaun Murphy 4-1 Ben Woollaston
  • Robert Milkins 3-4 Stephen Maguire
  • Igor Figueiredo 1-4 Judd Trump

ROUND TWO

Quarter One

  • Neil Robertson 4-2 Mark Joyce
  • Noppon Saengkham 4-1 Alexander Ursenbacher
  • Ali Carter 0-4 Gerard Greene
  • Ashley Carty 2-4 Daniel Wells
  • Yuan SiJun 2-4 Jimmy Robertson
  • Ricky Walden 1-4 Ding Junhui
  • Martin O'Donnell 4-0 Tom Ford
  • Liam Highfield 2-4 Kyren Wilson

Quarter Two

  • Mark Selby 4-1 Chen Zifan
  • Andy Lee 4-3 Robbie Williams
  • Matthew Stevens 4-0 Brandon Sargeant
  • Zhao Xintong 4-2 Louis Heathcote
  • Si Jiahui 2-4 Soheil Vahedi
  • John J Astley 3-4 Jack Lisowski
  • Anthony Hamilton 4-3 Lyu Haotian
  • Stuart Carrington 2-4 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Quarter Three

  • Mark Williams 4-2 Jordan Brown
  • Anthony McGill 4-1 Mei Xi Wen
  • Stuart Bingham 4-1 Chen Feilong
  • Yan Bingtao 4-0 Mitchell Mann
  • Luca Brecel 4-2 Scott Donaldson
  • Tian Pengfei 4-0 Barry Hawkins
  • Fan Zhengyi 0-4 Xiao Guodong
  • Ken Doherty 1-4 John Higgins

Quarter Four

  • Mark Allen 4-0 James Wattana
  • Simon Lichtenberg 2-4 Dominic Dale
  • Shaun Murphy 4-3 Alfie Burden
  • Elliot Slessor 2-4 Ben Woollaston
  • Robert Milkins 4-1 Gary Wilson
  • Ian Burns 3-4 Stephen Maguire
  • Igor Figueiredo 4-3 Mark Davis
  • Billy Joe Castle 0-4 Judd Trump

ROUND ONE

Quarter One

  • Neil Robertson 4-2 Jamie Clarke
  • Fergal O'Brien 3-4 Mark Joyce
  • Noppon Saengkham 4-3 Alan McManus
  • Hammad Miah 2-4 Alexander Ursenbacher
  • Ali Carter 4-2 Adam Stefanow
  • Gerard Greene 4-2 Liang Wenbo
  • Joe Perry 3-4 Ashley Carty
  • Daniel Wells 4-2 Barry Pinches
  • Yuan SiJun 4-0 Thor Chuan Leong
  • Jimmy Robertson 4-0 Riley Parsons
  • Nigel Bond 0-4 Ricky Walden
  • Ding Junhui 4-2 Marco Fu
  • Martin O'Donnell 4-0 Andy Hicks
  • Tom Ford 4-3 Xu Si
  • Zhang Anda 3-4 Liam Highfield
  • Kyren Wilson 4-3 Jackson Page

Quarter Two

  • Mark Selby 4-2 David Grace
  • Kurt Maflin 3-4 Chen Zifan
  • Matthew Selt 2-4 Andy Lee
  • Robbie Williams 4-1 Chris Wakelin
  • David Gilbert 2-4 Matthew Stevens
  • Brandon Sargeant w/o v Peter Ebdon
  • Graeme Dott 0-4 Zhao Xintong
  • Lu Ning 3-4 Louis Heathcote
  • Si Jiahui 4-1 Lei Peifan
  • Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 2-4 Soheil Vahedi
  • Lee Walker 2-4 John J Astley
  • Jack Lisowski 4-2 Li Hang
  • Anthony Hamilton 4-3 Michael White
  • Lyu Haotian 4-0 Kishan H Hirani
  • Stuart Carrington 4-3 Mike Dunn
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan 4-1 Zhang Jiankang

Quarter Three

  • Mark Williams 4-1 Oliver Lines
  • Jordan Brown 4-1 Alex Borg
  • Anthony McGill 4-1 Duane Jones
  • Mei Xi Wen 4-2 Michael Georgiou
  • Stuart Bingham 4-2 Martin Gould
  • Chen Feilong 4-3 Sam Baird
  • Yan Bingtao 4-0 Michael Holt
  • Mitchell Mann 4-1 Bai Langning
  • Luca Brecel 4-1 Kacper Filipiak
  • Scott Donaldson 4-1 Sunny Akani
  • Tian Pengfei 4-2 Jamie O'Neill
  • Barry Hawkins 4-2 Sam Craigie
  • Peter Lines 1-4 Fan Zhengyi
  • Xiao Guodong 4-1 Fraser Patrick
  • Mark King 1-4 Ken Doherty
  • John Higgins 4-1 Joe O'Connor

Quarter Four

  • Mark Allen 4-1 Andrew Higginson
  • James Wattana 4-2 Jimmy White
  • Ryan Day 1-4 Simon Lichtenberg
  • David Lilley 0-4 Dominic Dale
  • Shaun Murphy 4-0 Darren Morgan
  • Alfie Burden 4-0 Amine Amiri
  • Zhou Yuelong 1-4 Elliot Slessor
  • Eden Sharav 1-4 Ben Woollaston
  • Jak Jones 0-4 Robert Milkins
  • Gary Wilson 4-3 Chang Bingyu
  • Ian Burns 4-1 Harvey Chandler
  • Stephen Maguire 4-2 Rod Lawler
  • Hossein Vafaei 1-4 Igor Figueiredo
  • Mark Davis 4-1 Luo Honghao
  • Craig Steadman 2-4 Billy Joe Castle
  • Judd Trump 4-1 James Cahill

Welsh Open format

  • Rounds 1-4: Best of 7 frames
  • Quarter-finals: Best of 9 frames
  • Semi-finals: Best of 11 frames
  • Final: Best of 17 frames

Welsh Open betting odds

Click here to check out all the Sky Bet odds for the Welsh Open!

Welsh Open: How to watch

Eurosport will be sharing coverage throughout the tournament on television and via the Eurosport Player.

Welsh Open prize fund

  • Winner: £70,000
  • Runner-up: £30,00
  • Semi-finals: £20,000
  • Quarter-finals: £10,000
  • Round Four: £7,500
  • Round Three: £4,000
  • Round Two: £3,000

Home Nations series events

  • ManBetX Welsh Open, 10-16 February, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 19.com English Open, 14-20 October, K2 Leisure Centre, Crawley
  • 19.com Northern Ireland Open, 11-17 November, Waterfront Hall, Belfast
  • 19.com Scottish Open, 9-15 December, Emirates Arena, Glasgow

Welsh Open past winners

2019: Neil Robertson 9-7 Stuart Bingham

2018: John Higgins 9-7 Barry Hawkins

2017: Stuart Bingham 9-8 Judd Trump

2016: Ronnie O'Sullivan 9-5 Neil Robertson

2015: John Higgins 9-3 Ben Woollaston


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