2022 British Open draw, schedule, TV channel, live stream, prize money and odds

September 26, 2022
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Mark Williams is the defending champion at the British Open (Picture: Getty Images)

The British Open gets underway on Monday afternoon in Milton Keynes, with an extended format after its return to the calendar last year.

The tournament was reintroduced last season but with most games played over just a best of five frames. Mark Williams triumphed and picked up a very healthy £100,000 top prize in the process.

The event has changed this time around, with the first four rounds played over best of sevens, the quarter-finals best of nine, semi-finals best of 11 and final a best of 19.

The extended matches mean we have already had qualifying for the British Open, with only the world’s top 16 playing their first round matches at the venue in Milton Keynes on Monday.

British Open 2022 Draw and Schedule

Monday 26 September
Round One
Afternoon Session – 1pm
Mark Selby v Ricky Walden
Anthony McGill v Wu Yize
Yan Bingtao v Oliver Brown
Mark Williams v Andres Petrov
Roll-on/Roll-off
Zhao Xintong v Bai Langning
Stuart Bingham v Lei Peifan
Luca Brecel v Graeme Dott
Shaun Murphy v Gary Wilson

Evening Session – 7pm
Jack Lisowski v Dominic Dale
John Higgins v Andy Hicks
Kyren Wilson v Mark Davis
Ronnie O’Sullivan v Alexander Ursenbacher
Roll-on/Roll-off
Hossein Vafaei v Joe Perry
Judd Trump v Si Jiahui
Mark Allen v Stuart Carrington
Barry Hawkins v Duane Jones

Tuesday 27 September
Round Two
Morning Session – 10am
Zhang Jiankang v Jak Jones
John J Astley v Chang Bingyu

Afternoon Session – 1pm
Lu Ning v Zhou Yuelong
Xiao Guodong v Peter Lines
Roll-on/Roll-off
Craig Steadman v Ben Mertens
Dylan Emery v Cao Yupeng

Evening Session – 7pm
Robbie Williams v Lukas Kleckers
Anthony Hamilton v Jamie Clarke
Roll-on/Roll-off
Jamie Jones v Elliot Slessor
Steven Hallworth v Hammad Miah

Wednesday 28 September
Rounds Two & Three
Morning Session – 10am
David Grace v Xu Si
Chen Zifan v Ross Muir

Afternoon Session – 1pm
Tian Pengfei v Jimmy Robertson
Noppon Saengkham v Fraser Patrick
Roll-on/Roll-off
Gerard Greene v Ryan Day
Zhao Jianbo v Ian Burns

Thu 29 Sep: Rounds 3 & 4
Fri 30 Sep: QF
Sat 01 Oct: SF
Sun 02 Oct: Final

How to watch the British Open

In the UK the tournament is being shown live on ITV4, with live streaming of outer tables available on bookies’ websites.

British Open prize money

Winner: £100,000
Runner-up: £45,000
Semi-final: £20,000
Quarter-final: £12,000
Last 16: £8,000
Last 32: £5,000
Last 64: £3,000
Highest break: £5,000

British Open odds

Ronnie O’Sullivan 11/2
Judd Trump 8/1
Mark Williams 14/1
Mark Selby 14/1
John Higgins 14/1
Yan Bingtao 14/1
Ding Junhui 20/1
Kyren Wilson 22/1
Zhao Xintong 22/1
Mark Allen 25/1
Barry Hawkins 28/1
Jack Lisowski 28/1
Shaun Murphy 33/1
Stuart Bingham 33/1
David Gilbert 33/1
Luca Brecel 40/1
Zhou Yuelong 40/1
Ryan Day 50/1
Ricky Walden 50/1
Jordan Brown 50/1
Noppon Saengkham 50/1

Odds courtesy of Betfair and full list available here.

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