The field of 32 players for next week’s Coral World Grand Prix at Cheltenham Racecourse has now been confirmed.
The final qualifying event is this week’s BetVictor German Masters, and at the start of the tournament in Berlin there were 19 players outside the top 32 of the one-year ranking list who could have earned a place in Cheltenham with a deep run.
However all 19 were knocked out by the semi-final stage, which meant Li Hang held on to 32nd place.
The players heading to Cheltenham are (the seeing order could change depending on results over the final weekend in Berlin):
The full draw and format will be announced on Monday. Four of the first round matches have already been scheduled – for details click here.
Tickets for the Coral World Grand Prix are still available but are sure to sell fast now that the field has been announced. They start at just £15 with some incredible VIP packages available from just £75.
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The tournament was staged in Cheltenham Racecourse for the first time last year, and Bristol’s Trump took the title by beating Ali Carter in the final.
Televised live by ITV4, the event has total prize money of £380,000.
The Coral World Grand Prix is the first of the Coral Series events, with the top 16 going through to the Coral Players Championship in Southport (February 24 to March 1) and then only the top eight make the Coral Tour Championship in Llandudno (March 17-22).
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