China Championship 2018

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Wilson Withdraws From China Championship

Kyren Wilson has pulled out of next week’s Evergrande China Championship for personal reasons. The world number eight was due to face China’s Lyu Haotian on Monday at 9.30am, so Lyu now receives a bye to the next round. The tournament in Guangzhou runs from September 24-30.

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Eurosport Listings – China Championship

Here’s the Eurosport schedule in the UK (in other countries check local listings) for the Evergrande China Championship. Monday September 24 0725-1100 (ES2) 1200-1615 (ES2) 1900-2100 (ES2) 2200-0000 (ES2) Tuesday September 25 0200-0430 (ES2) 0645-1100 (ES2) 1200-1615 (ES2) 1900-2100 (ES2) 2200-0000 (ES2) Wednesday September 26 0200-0430 (ES2) 0730-1030 (ES2) 1130-1615 (ES2) 1900-2100 (ES2) 2200-0000 (ES2) Thursday September 27 0200-0430 (ES2) 0725-1130 (ES2) 1225-1630 (ES2) 1900-2100 (ES2) 2200-0000 (ES2) Friday September 28 0200-0430 (ES2) 0530-1100 (ES2)… Read More

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China Championship Tickets

Fans can now buy tickets online for the China Championship in Guangzhou which runs from September 24 to 30. CLICK HERE for the Damai Ticket website And click here for the match schedule  

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Evergrande China Championship Draw

The draw and format for the final stages of the 2018 Evergrande China Championship is now available. Click Here For The Draw Click Here For The Format The tournament runs from September 24-30 in Guangzhou.

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Captain Set For Guangzhou

Ali Carter booked his place at the Evergrande China Championship thanks to a 5-1 defeat of Andy Lee on the final day of qualifying in Preston. World number 19 Carter will be hoping to build on his run to the quarter-finals of the World Championship at the end of the last campaign. However, he has… Read More

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Higgins Powers To Guangzhou Spot

John Higgins produced a dominant display to cast aside Welshman Duane Jones in a 5-1 win at Evergrande China Championship qualifying in Preston. Scotland’s 30-time ranking event winner was victorious at the inaugural China Championship in 2016, where he defeated Stuart Bingham in the final. He got his quest for this year’s title off to… Read More

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Selby Powers Past The Whirlwind

Mark Selby secured a 5-2 defeat of Jimmy White at Evergrande China Championship qualifying in Preston to book a trip to Guangzhou. World number one Selby has a task on his hands if he wishes to retain his place on top of the world rankings, which he has held since February 2015. The latest provisional… Read More

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Lisowski Fightback Downs Burns

Jack Lisowski summoned a late charge to come from behind and defeat Ian Burns 5-4 at Evergrande China Championship qualifying in Preston and secure a trip to Guangzhou. Over the last 12 months the talented 27-year-old Lisowski has started to show his full potential. He reached his maiden ranking final at the Riga Masters last… Read More

Read More European Masters And Evergrande China Championship Qualifiers Draw

The Guild Hall in Preston stages the qualifying rounds of three ranking events from August 15 to 22. Click here for the European Masters draw Click here for the China Championship draw Click here for the format The draw for the Indian Open qualifying round was released earlier – for details click here You can… Read More

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Brecel Wins First Ranking Crown

Luca Brecel won his first ranking title by beating Shaun Murphy 10-5 in the final of the Evergrande China Championship in Guangzhou. Belgium’s 22-year-old Brecel came from 3-1 down to win nine of the last 11 frames against former World Champion Murphy, to land the silverware and top prize of £150,000. Brecel becomes the first… Read More

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