2021 World Grand Prix Snooker Betting Tips, Previews & Predictions


The 2021 World Grand Prix will be a professional snooker tournament held at The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse in Cheltenham, England. The tournament is scheduled to be held in February 2021 and will be the 11th ranking event of the 2020/21 season.

The 2021 World Grand Prix will be sponsored by betting company Coral.

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2021 World Grand Prix FAQ

When is the 2021 World Grand Prix being played?

The 2020 World Grand Prix is being in February 2021.

Where is the 2021 World Grand Prix being played?

The 2021 World Grand Prix is being played at The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse in Cheltenham, England.

What is the 2021 World Grand Prix Prize Money?

The 2021 World Grand Prix prize money is expected to be similar to the £380,000 on offer in 2020.

Who won the 2020 World Grand Prix?

Neil Robertson won the 2020 World Grand Prix after beating Graeme Dott 10-8 in the final.

Is the World Grand Prix a ranking event?

Yes, the World Grand Prix became a ranking event in 2016.

When is the 2021 World Grand Prix Final?

The 2021 World Grand Prix Final will be played in February 2021.

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2021 World Grand Prix Prize Money Breakdown


The 2020 World Grand Prix prize fund was £380,000 with the winner Neil Robertson collecting £100,000 and the runner up Graeme Dott receiving £40,000. The prize money for the highest break was £10,000 and went to Neil Robertson for a highest break of 142 made in the final.

2020 World Grand PrixPrize Money
Winner £100,000
Runner-Up £40,000
Semi-finals £20,000
Quarter-finals £12,500
Last 16 £7,500
Last 32 £5,000
Highest break £10,000

2021 World Grand Prix Players


Many of the top snooker players in the world will compete at the 2021 World Grand Prix with the 32 players to be confirmed. 

The 32 players that competed in the 2020 World Grand Prix were Judd Trump, Shaun Murphy, Mark Selby, Ding Junhui, Neil Robertson, Mark Allen, Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, Yan Bingtao, John Higgins, Stephen Maguire, David Gilbert, Mark Williams, Joe Perry, Graeme Dott, Zhou Yuelong, Kyren Wilson, Jack Lisowski, Gary Wilson, Kurt Maflin, Ali Carter, Barry Hawkins, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Tom Ford, Stuart Bingham, Zhao Xintong, Matthew Selt, Liang Wenbo, Michael Holt, Scott Donaldson, Xiao Guodong, Matthew Stevens, Li Hang.

2021 World Grand Prix Seeds


The 2021 World Grand Prix is seeded with the top two players placed at opposite ends of the draw. Below were the 32 seeds at the 2020 World Grand Prix.

SeedPlayerCountry
1Judd TrumpEngland
2Shaun MurphyEngland
3Mark SelbyEngland
4Ding JunhuiChina
5Neil RobertsonAustralia
6Mark AllenNorthern Ireland
7Thepchaiya Un-NoohThailand
8Yan BingtaoChina
9John HigginsScotland
10Stephen MaguireScotland
11David GilbertEngland
12Mark WilliamsWales
13Joe PerryEngland
14Graeme DottScotland
15Zhou YuelongChina
16Kyren WilsonEngland
17Jack LisowskiEngland
18Gary WilsonEngland
19Kurt MaflinNorway
20Ali CarterEngland
21Barry HawkinsEngland
22Ronnie O'SullivanEngland
23Tom FordEngland
24Stuart BinghamEngland
25Zhao XintongChina
26Matthew SeltEngland
27Liang WenboChina
28Michael HoltEngland
29Scott DonaldsonScotland
30Xiao GuodongChina
31Matthew StevensWales
32Li HangChina
             

2021 World Grand Prix Schedule & Dates 


The 2021 World Grand Prix is scheduled to be played in February 2021.

2021 World Grand Prix Draw


The 2021 World Grand Prix draw will be made before the start of the tournament.

World Grand Prix Results


Checking the World Grand Prix results as soon they happen is essential. This enables sharp punters to get a jump on the bookmakers and find the best value in the snooker betting markets. 

Analyse all the previous winners, runners-up and players that have performed well at the World Grand Prix snooker tournament. The World Grand Prix is also a useful guide for players that could perform well at the Welsh Open.

World Grand Prix Champions, Runners-Up & Final Score


Some of the notable World Grand Prix winners include Judd Trump, Shaun Murphy, Barry Hawkins, Ronnie O'Sullivan and Neil Robertson.

YearWinnerRunner-upFinal scoreVenueSeason
2021tbctbcEngland, Cheltenham2020/2021
2020Neil RobertsonGraeme Dott10–8England, Cheltenham 2019/2020
2019Judd TrumpAli Carter10–6England, Cheltenham2018/2019
2018Ronnie O'SullivanDing Junhui10–3England, Preston2017/2018
2017Barry HawkinsRyan Day10–7England, Preston2016/2017
2016Shaun MurphyStuart Bingham10–9Wales, Llandudno2015/2016
2015Judd TrumpRonnie O'Sullivan10–7Wales, Llandudno2014/2015

Who has won the most World Grand Prix snooker titles?


Judd Trump has won two World Grand Prix snooker titles with Shaun Murphy, Barry Hawkins, Ronnie O'Sullivan and Neil Robertson all winning once.

NameCountryWinnerRunner-upFinals
Judd TrumpEngland 2 0 2
Ronnie O'Sullivan England 1 1 2
Shaun Murphy England 1 0 1
Barry Hawkins England 1 0 1
Neil Robertson Australia 1 0 1
Ding Junhui China0 1 1
Stuart Bingham England 0 1 1
Ryan Day Wales0 1 1
Ali Carter England 0 1 1
Graeme Dott Scotland 0 1 1

World Grand Prix Snooker Highlights


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World Grand Prix Snooker News


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World Grand Prix History


The World Grand Prix began in March 2015 as a non-ranking event in Llandudno, Wales. The inaugual World Grand Prix featured the top 32 snooker players on the World Grand Prix list based on a one-year ranking system.

The World Grand Prix became a ranking event in 2016 and moved to Preston in England in 2017 where it was held for two years. In 2019 the World Grand Prix was held at The Centaur at Cheltenham Racecourse in Cheltenham, England.

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