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The 2019 Coral World Grand Prix was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place from 4 to 10 February 2019 at The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse in Cheltenham, England.[1] It was the twelfth ranking event of the 2018/2019 season and a part of the newly created Coral Cup.[2]

Coral World Grand Prix
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Tournament information
Dates4–10 February 2019
VenueThe Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse
CityCheltenham
CountryEngland
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Total prize fund£375,000
Winner's share£100,000
Highest breakEngland Barry Hawkins (143)
Final
ChampionEngland Judd Trump
Runner-upEngland Allister Carter
Score10–6
2018

Judd Trump won his 10th ranking title, beating Ali Carter 10–6 in the final.[3]

Contents

Prize fundEdit

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[4]

The "rolling 147 prize" for a maximum break: £10,000

Seeding listEdit

The top 32 players on the one-year ranking list, running from the 2018 Riga Masters until and including the 2019 German Masters, qualified for the tournament.[5]

Rank Player Total Points
1   Mark Allen 353,000
2   Ronnie O'Sullivan 220,000
3   Mark Selby 218,000
4   Mark Williams 201,000
5   Neil Robertson 180,500
6   Judd Trump 174,500
7   Kyren Wilson 161,500
8   David Gilbert 157,000
9   Jack Lisowski 127,000
10   Stuart Bingham 125,500
11   Joe Perry 99,000
12   Jimmy Robertson 98,225
13   Stephen Maguire 98,000
14   John Higgins 96,000
15   Barry Hawkins 88,000
16   Martin O'Donnell 76,500
17   Ali Carter 72,500
18   Ryan Day 70,500
19   Noppon Saengkham 68,000
20   Mark King 65,500
21   Mark Davis 62,725
22   Tom Ford 62,500
23   Zhao Xintong 60,500
24   Ding Junhui 60,000
25   Yan Bingtao 60,000
26   Matthew Stevens 58,000
27   Stuart Carrington 57,500
28   Xiao Guodong 56,600
29   Yuan Sijun 55,000
30   Shaun Murphy 53,500
31   Marco Fu 53,500
32   Gary Wilson 48,600

  • Ranking points (prize money won in GBP)

Tournament drawEdit

Last 32
Best of 7 frames
Last 16
Best of 7 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 19 frames
               
1   Mark Allen 4
32   Gary Wilson 2
1   Mark Allen 1
17   Ali Carter 4
16   Martin O'Donnell 3
17   Ali Carter 4
17   Ali Carter 5
8   David Gilbert 1
9   Jack Lisowski 1
24   Ding Junhui 4
24   Ding Junhui 0
8   David Gilbert 4
8   David Gilbert 4
25   Yan Bingtao 0
17   Ali Carter 6
28   Xiao Guodong 0
5   Neil Robertson 3
28   Xiao Guodong 4
28   Xiao Guodong 4
21   Mark Davis 1
12   Jimmy Robertson 3
21   Mark Davis 4
28   Xiao Guodong 5
29   Yuan Sijun 4
13   Stephen Maguire 4
20   Mark King 1
13   Stephen Maguire 2
29   Yuan Sijun 4
4   Mark Williams 3
29   Yuan Sijun 4
17   Ali Carter 6
6   Judd Trump 10
3   Mark Selby 4
30   Shaun Murphy 1
3   Mark Selby 4
19   Noppon Saengkham 2
14   John Higgins 2
19   Noppon Saengkham 4
3   Mark Selby 1
6   Judd Trump 5
11   Joe Perry 3
22   Tom Ford 4
22   Tom Ford 2
6   Judd Trump 4
6   Judd Trump 4
27   Stuart Carrington 3
6   Judd Trump 6
15   Barry Hawkins 5
7   Kyren Wilson 4
26   Matthew Stevens 3
7   Kyren Wilson 4
10   Stuart Bingham 0
10   Stuart Bingham 4
23   Zhao Xintong 1
7   Kyren Wilson 2
15   Barry Hawkins 5
15   Barry Hawkins 4
18   Ryan Day 1
15   Barry Hawkins 4
31   Marco Fu 1
2   Ronnie O'Sullivan 2
31   Marco Fu 4

FinalEdit

Final: Best of 19 frames. Referee:   Olivier Marteel
The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse, Cheltenham, England, 10 February 2019.
Ali Carter (17)
  England
6–10 Judd Trump (6)
  England
Afternoon: 16–68, 73–59, 70–9, 4–125 (113), 2–71 (63), 1–72, 8–106 (54), 95–20 (88), 0–132 (132)
Evening: 133–0 (99), 37–67, 83–0 (83), 69–67, 13–72 (71), 1–78 (78), 1–54 (54)
99 Highest break 132
0 Century breaks 2
3 50+ breaks 7

Century breaksEdit

Total: 25[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Calendar 2018/2019" (PDF). World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. 18 July 2018. Retrieved 27 September 2018.
  2. ^ "Coral To Sponsor New Snooker Series". worldsnooker.com. World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. 21 November 2018. Retrieved 21 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Trump Champion In Cheltenham". World Snooker. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  4. ^ "Indicative Prize Money Rankings Schedule 2018/2019 Season" (PDF). worldsnooker.com. World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. 18 July 2018. Retrieved 27 September 2018.
  5. ^ "1 Year Ranking List - World Snooker". World Snooker. Retrieved 8 February 2019.
  6. ^ "Coral World Grand Prix 2019 – Centuries". worldsnooker.com. World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. 4–10 February 2019.