Today we see the first 8 players of 32 competing in the World Grand Prix which will run from December 14 to 20th in Milton Keynes.
It’s the first in a series of three events, with players earning places based on their position in the one-year ranking list.
Only the top 32 ranking in the world will make it to the World Grand Prix.
Neil Robertson won the World Grand Prix in Cheltenham in February 2020, beating Graeme Dott 10-8 in the final. Not only is the Trophy up for grabs but a cheque for £100,000 for the winner.
Here is the full run down on the final scores from today seeing players competing in the best of 7 frames .
|Barry Hawkins||4||v||1||Ricky Walden|
|Neil Robertson||2||v||4||Robert Milkins|
|Joe Perry||2||v||4||Anthony McGill|
|John Higgins||4||v||2||Xiao Guodong|
Here is an overview of the top 32 players we can expect to see in this weeks tournament
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