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British Open Qualifiers 2022 draw, schedule, how to watch, format and prizes

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Ding Junhui has to go to the qualifiers after dropping his world ranking (Photo: Getty Images)

The British Open qualifies in Wigan this week and the main event in Milton Keynes next month.

The first round of matches for the top 16 will take place at the Marshall Arena, while the rest of the matches will take place August 9-14 at the Robin Park Arena and Sports Center.

Despite the fact that the top 16 did not qualify, there is no shortage of big names such as Ding Junhui. Attended by Stephen Hendry, Dave Gilbert, Marco Fu, Stephen Maguire and Thepchaiya Un-Nooh.

The British Open also uses a random draw, so Mark Selby faces Ricky Walden, Joe Perry faces Hossein Buffay, Graeme Dott faces Luca Bresel in Round 1, etc. , high-ranked players may compete against each other.

How to watch the British Open qualifiers

Qualifiers are not shown on Eurosport Player in the UK, but are shown on that platform in the rest of Europe.

Bet365 has all the qualifiers on their live streaming schedule, so it will be the place to watch them in the UK. There are no qualifiers in the Matchroom.Live schedule.

British Open qualifier draw and schedule

All matches are best of 7 frames.

The format extends to Best of 9 in the quarterfinals, Best of 11 in the semifinals and Best of 19 in the final.

Tuesday, August 9th

10:00 Himanshu Dinesh Jain v Xu Si
10:00 Mink Natchalut v CHEN Ji-Hwan
13:00 Stephen Hendry v Chang Anda
13:00 Zhao Jianbo v Jackson Page
16:00 Julien Leclerc v Stephen Hallworth
16:00 Ashley Hagill vs Robbie Williams
19:00 Ryan Thomason v Ben Mertens
19:00 Liam Highfield v Lee Han

Wednesday, August 10th

10:00 Tian Peng Fei v Sam Craigie
10:00 Matthew Selt v Lu Ning
13:00 Mark King v Liu Haotian
13:00 Ding Jun-hui v Oliver Lines
16:00 Jamie O’Neal v David Grace
16:00 Gerald Green v Sanderson Lamb
19:00 Adam Duffy v Ian Barnes
19:00 Alan Taylor v Lucas Creckers

Thursday, August 11th

10:00 Liang Wenbo v Dean Young
10:00 Yuan Sijun v Anton Kazakov
13:00 Fraser Patrick vs Alfie Baden
13:00 En-on-E v Ken Doherty
16:00 John J. Astley v Rod Lawler
16:00 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Martin Gould
19:00 Michael Judge v Craig Steadman
19:00 Joe O’Connor vs Chris Wakelin

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Thepchaiya Un-Nooh have a tough draw against Martin Gould (Photo: Getty Images)

Friday, August 12th

10:00 Jenson Kendrick v Zhou Yuelong
10:00 Zhang Jiankang v Rian Evans
13:00 Zach Shuarty vs Ross Muir
13:00 David Gilbert v Aaron Hill
16:00 Andy Lee v Barry Pinches
16:00 Rebecca Kenna v Ryan Day
19:00 Anthony Hamilton v Jimmy White
19:00 Jamie Jones v Scott Donaldson

Saturday, August 13th

10:00 Huang Zhenyi v Jamie Clarke
10:00 Cao Yupeng vs Marco Fu
13:00 Penn Eason v Dylan Emery
13:00 Ben Wollaston v James Cahill
16:00 Elliot Slesser v Sean O’Sullivan
16:00 Tom Ford v Mitchell Mann
19:00 Mark Joyce v Asjad Iqbal
19:00 Hamad Mia v Ali Carter

Sunday, August 14th

10:00 Fergal O’Brien v Chang Bingyu
10:00 Jimmy Robertson v Lewis Heathcote
13:00 Xiao Guodong v David Lilly
13:00 Bang Junsu v Jordan Brown
16:00 Jack Jones v Andrew Padgett
16:00 Matthew Stevens v Stephen Maguire
19:00 Peter Lines v Robert Milkins
19:00 Michael White v Noppon Senkam

Deposit until the main venue stage on September 26th

Mark Allen v Stuart Carrington
Alexander Ursenbacher v Ronnie O’Sullivan
Ricky Walden v Mark Selby
Joe Perry v Hossein Vafay
Anthony McGill v Wu Yize
Dominic Dale vs Jack Lisowski
Judd Trump v Shi Jiahui
Duane Jones v Barry Hawkins
Sean Murphy v Gary Wilson
Mark Davis v Kylen Wilson
Yang Bingtao v Oliver Brown
Bai Langning v Zhao Xintong
Andy Hicks vs John Higgins
Ray Peifan v Stuart Bingham
Mark Williams v Andres Petrov
Graeme Dott v Luca Bresel

British Open prize money

Winner: £100,000
Runner-up: £45,000
Semifinals: £20,000
Quarterfinals: £12,000
Last 16: £8,000
Last 32: £5,000
Last 64: £3,000
Last 128: £0
High break: £5,000

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