World Snooker Championship draw, schedule, results, TV coverage and prize money

April 21, 2022

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Betfred World Snooker Championship - Day Six
Mark Williams has looked in superb form in Sheffield so far (Picture: Getty Images)

The 2022 World Snooker Championship is into the second round after some memorable action at the last 32 stage in Sheffield.

There has not been many shocks so far, with the major upset being debutant Jackson Page knocking out former finalist Barry Hawkins, but all the biggest names have survived so far.

The event runs until the final comes to a climax on 2 May so there is plenty more snooker to come and more memorable moments to create.

World Snooker Championship draw and schedule

All second round unless stated.

Thursday 21 April
19:00 Judd Trump v Hossein Vafaei (1st round)
19:00 Zhao Xintong v Stephen Maguire

Friday 22 April
10:00 Jackson Page v Mark Williams
10:00 Mark Allen v Ronnie O’Sullivan
14:30 Mark Selby v Yan Bingtao
14:30 Zhao Xintong v Stephen Maguire
19:00 Jackson Page v Mark Williams
19:00 Mark Allen v Ronnie O’Sullivan

Saturday 23 April
10:00 Mark Selby v Yan Bingtao
10:00 Zhao Xintong v Stephen Maguire
14:30 Anthony McGill v Trump/Vafaei
14:30 Mark Allen v Ronnie O’Sullivan
19:00 Mark Selby v Yan Bingtao
19:00 Neil Robertson v Jack Lisowski

Sunday 24 April
10:00 Kyren Wilson v Stuart Bingham
10:00 Noppon Saengkham v John Higgins
14:30 Anthony McGill v Trump/Vafaei
14:30 Neil Robertson v Jack Lisowski
19:00 Kyren Wilson v Stuart Bingham
19:00 Noppon Saengkham v John Higgins

Monday 25 April
13:00 Kyren Wilson v Stuart Bingham
13:00 Noppon Saenghkham v John Higgins
19:00 Anthony McGill v Trump/Vafaei
19:00 Neil Robertson v Jack Lisowski

26-27 April: Quarter-finals

28-30 April: Semi-finals

1-2 May: Final

World Snooker Championship TV coverage

The tournament is being shown on the BBC and Eurosport.

The BBC’s schedule is available here, and Eurosport’s here.

World Snooker Championship prize money

Winner: £500,000
Runner-up: £200,000
Semi-finalists: £100,000
Quarter-finalists: £50,000
Last 16: £30,000
Last 32: £20,000

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