WST Classic Draw And Format

WST Classic Draw And Format

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World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan will meet African Champion Mohamed Ibrahim in the first round of the new WST Classic in Leicester later this month.

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The world ranking event will run from March 16th to 22nd at the Morningside Arena with a field of 128 players and total prize money of £427,000. Tickets are available only for the final day (Wednesday March 22nd) – for details click here.

Fans can also watch the event on Matchroom.Live – details of how to sign up will be announced soon. Notable first round matches include:

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Mohamed Ibrahim – Friday March 17th, not before 6pm
Mark Williams v Sean O’Sullivan – Friday March 17th, not before 2pm
Judd Trump v David Lilley – Friday March 17th, not before 4pm
Graeme Dott v Jimmy White – Friday March 17th, not before 12pm
Jack Lisowski v Louis Heathcote – Thursday March 16th, not before 10am
Neil Robertson v Luke Simmonds – Thursday March 16th, not before 2pm
Mark Allen v Peter Lines – Thursday March 16th, not before 6pm
Stuart Bingham v Ng Onyee – Thursday March 16th, not before 12pm
Ding Junhui v Xu Si – Saturday March 18th, not before 12pm
Ali Carter v Dechawat Poomjaeng – Saturday March 18th, not before 10am
Shaun Murphy v Oliver Brown – Saturday March 18th, not before 4pm
Kyren Wilson v Dean Young – Friday March 17th, not before 2pm
Chris Wakelin v Reanne Evans – Saturday March 18th, not before 2pm
John Higgins v Michael White – Saturday March 18th, not before 4pm
Robert Milkins v Mink Nutcharut – Sunday March 19th, not before 10am
Mark Selby v Fraser Patrick – Saturday March 18th, not before 6pm

The WST Classic is the last counting event in the race to qualify for the Duelbits Tour Championship, and for those who don’t make it to Hull it’s the final event before the Cazoo World Championship.

The final day will include the quarter-finals at 10am, semi-finals at 2.30pm and final at 7pm. All matches will be best of seven frames, up until the semi-finals which are best of nine, and the final which is best of 11.



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