Tour Championship Snooker Predictions & Tips

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Tour Championship Betting Tips


Get the best Tour Championship snooker betting tips including individual matches and outright markets such as tournament winner and to reach the final.

The 2022 Tour Championship Snooker is being played from 28 March to 3 April at Venue Cymru, Llandudno in Wales.

The tournament, which was first held in 2019, is the final penultimate ranking event of the snooker season.

There are eight players taking part including Zhao Xintong, Neil Robertson, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Judd Trump, Luca Brecel, Mark Williams, Mark Allen and John Higgins.

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Betting on the Tour Championship


Form is always an important factor when betting on snooker. Check for players that performed well at the Welsh Open, Players Championship, Turkish Masters and Gibraltar Open to find value in the outright betting markets.


Tour Championship Snooker Live Streaming


Watch all the matches at the Tour Championship Snooker with live streaming. One of the best snooker live streaming services is bet365 where you can switch between betting markets and live action.

Check out our Tour Championship Snooker live streaming guide for information on how to watch all the matches from Newport.


Betting Odds


Get the best Tour Championship Snooker betting odds including tournament winner and to reach the final in the outright markets.

Players


The 2022 Tour Championship Snooker features the top eight players in the one-year ranking list up to and including the Gibraltar Open.

RankPlayerCountry
1 Zhao Xintong China
2 Neil Robertson Australia
3 Ronnie O'Sullivan England
4 Judd Trump England
5 Luca Brecel Belgium 
6 Mark Williams Wales
7 Mark Allen Northern Ireland
8 John Higgins Scotland

Schedule & Draw


The 2022 Tour Championship Snooker will be played from 28 March to 3 April. The quarter-final draw features the following matches

Monday, March 28
Zhao Xintong (1) v John Higgins (8)

Tuesday, March 29
Neil Robertson (2) v Mark Allen (7)

Wednesday, March 30
Ronnie O’Sullivan (3) v Mark Williams (6)

Thursday, March 31
Judd Trump (4) v Luca Brecel (5)

Day
Date
Events
Frames
1 Monday 28 March Quarter-FinalsBest of 19
2 Tuesday 29 March Quarter-FinalsBest of 19
3 Wednesday 30 March Quarter-FinalsBest of 19
4 Thursday 31 March Quarter-FinalsBest of 19
5 Friday 1 April Semi-FinalsBest of 19
6 Saturday 2 April Semi-FinalsBest of 19
7 Sunday 3 April FinalBest of 19

Tour Championship Snooker FAQ

When is the 2022 Tour Championship being played?

The 2022 Tour Championship will be played from 28 March to 3 April.

Where is the 2022 Tour Championship being played?

The tournament will be played at Venue Cymru, Llandudno in Wales.

What is the 2022 Tour Championship Prize Money?

The Tour Championship prize money is £380,000 with the winner collecting £150,000.

What players are participating in the 2022 Tour Championship?

The eight players participating in the 2022 Tour Championship are Zhao Xintong, Neil Robertson, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Judd Trump, Luca Brecel, Mark Williams, Mark Allen and John Higgins.