The 2022 World Snooker Championship is in progress. The yearly competition is the greatest on the game’s schedule.
Mark Selby is the reigning champ in the wake of beating Shaun Murphy 18-15 in the 2021 last. He is focusing on a fifth title in Sheffield, while Ronnie O’Sullivan is out to approach Stephen Hendry’s cutting edge record of seven.
The below schedule will be updated daily with a list of fixtures and start times from the Crucible.
What are today’s matches at the 2022 World Snooker Championship?
Tuesday, April 26 (all times BST):
- Yan Bingtao vs. Mark Williams, Session 1 (10:00)
- Stephen Maguire vs. Ronnie O’Sullivan, Session 1 (10:00)
- Stuart Bingham vs. Judd Trump, Session 1 (14:30)
- Jack Lisowski vs. John Higgins, Session 1 (14:30)
- Yan Bingtao vs. Mark Williams, Session 2 (19:00)
- Stephen Maguire vs. Ronnie O’Sullivan, Session 2 (19:00)
2022 World Snooker Championship quarter-final day two order of play
Wednesday, April 27 (all times BST):
- Stuart Bingham vs. Judd Trump, Session 2 (10:00)
- Stephen Maguire vs. Ronnie O’Sullivan, Session 3 (10:00)
- Yan Bingtao vs. Mark Williams, Session 3 (14:30)
- Jack Lisowski vs. John Higgins, Session 2 (14:30)
- Stuart Bingham vs. Judd Trump, Session 3 (19:00)
- Jack Lisowski vs. John Higgins, Session 3 (19:00)
Where is the 2022 World Snooker Championship held?
For the 46th progressive year, the competition is being held at the Crucible Theater in Sheffield, England.
Every one of the 31 matches over the 15 days of activity will be played at the setting, with two matches being played without a moment’s delay until the semi-finals, when the scene format will be adjusted so just a single table is utilized.
Who are the 16 seeds at the 2022 World Snooker Championship?
|Seeding||Player||Best past Championship result|
|1||Mark Selby (England)||4x champion (2014, 2016, 2017 & 2021)|
|2||Ronnie O’Sullivan (England)||6x champion (2001, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2013 & 2020)|
|3||Neil Robertson (Australia)||1x champion (2010)|
|4||Judd Trump (England)||1x champion (2019)|
|5||Kyren Wilson (England)||Finalist (2020)|
|6||John Higgins (Scotland)||4 x champion (1998, 2007, 2009 & 2011)|
|7||Zhao Xintong (China)||1st round (2019)|
|8||Mark Williams (Wales)||3x champion (2000, 2003 & 2018)|
|9||Barry Hawkins (England)||Finalist (2013)|
|10||Shaun Murphy (England)||1x champion (2005)|
|11||Luca Brecel (Belgium)||1st round (2019)|
|12||Stuart Bingham (England)||1x champion (2015)|
|13||Anthony McGill (Scotland)||Semi-finalist (2020)|
|14||Jack Lisowski (England)||2nd round (2018 & 2021)|
|15||Mark Allen (Northern Ireland)||Semi-finalist (2009)|
|16||Yao Bingtao (China)||2nd round (2020 & 2021)|
When is the 2022 World Snooker Championship final?
The final will start on May 1 and come to a conclusion on May 2.
It will be the longest match of the tournament with a maximum of 35 frames to be played, and the winner being the first to 18.
There are two sessions on May 1. The afternoon one is eight frames long and the evening action is slightly longer at nine frames.
Eight more will be played on the afternoon of May 2 with a maximum of 10 to be played until a winner is crowned in the evening.
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