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2017 China Open snooker Odds

Who wins the 2017 China Open (snooker)?

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Lowest
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Ronnie O'sullivan5.505.50
Mark Selby6.006.00
Judd Trump7.007.00
Ding Jun-Hui12.0012.00
John Higgins13.0013.00
Shaun Murphy17.0017.00
Stuart Bingham21.0021.00
Ali Carter34.0034.00
Liang Wenbo34.0034.00
Stephen Maguire34.0034.00
Anthony Mcgill41.0041.00
Joe Perry41.0041.00
Kyren Wilson51.0051.00
Mark Williams51.0051.00
Ricky Walden51.0051.00
David Gilbert67.0067.00
Martin Gould67.0067.00
Michael Holt67.0067.00
Graeme Dott101.00101.00
Mark Davis101.00101.00
Michael White101.00101.00
Mark King126.00126.00
Robert Milkins126.00126.00
Xiao Guodong126.00126.00
Aditya Mehta151.00151.00
Alan Mcmanus151.00151.00
Jimmy Robertson151.00151.00
Matthew Selt151.00151.00
Matthew Stevens151.00151.00
Ben Woollaston201.00201.00
Fergal O'brien201.00201.00
Kurt Maflin201.00201.00
Mike Dunn201.00201.00
Tian Pengfei201.00201.00
Zhou Yuelong201.00201.00
Alfie Burden251.00251.00
Andrew Higginson251.00251.00
Daniel Wells251.00251.00
Li Hang251.00251.00
Noppon Saengkham251.00251.00
Ross Muir251.00251.00
Scott Donaldson251.00251.00
Yu Delu251.00251.00
Zhang Anda251.00251.00
Gary Wilson301.00301.00
Jimmy White301.00301.00
Mark Joyce301.00301.00
Martin O'donnell301.00301.00
Paul Davison301.00301.00
Rhys Clark301.00301.00
Robbie Williams301.00301.00
Stuart Carrington301.00301.00
Eden Sharav401.00401.00
Fraser Patrick401.00401.00
Hossein Vafaei Ayouri401.00401.00
Ian Burns401.00401.00
Jamie Cope401.00401.00
Rory Mcleod401.00401.00
Sanderson Lam401.00401.00
Alex Borg501.00501.00
Ashley Hugill501.00501.00
Sean O'sullivan501.00501.00
Adam Stefanow1001.001001.00
Allan Taylor1001.001001.00
Andy Hicks1001.001001.00
Fan Zhengyi1001.001001.00
Gareth Allen1001.001001.00
Itaro Santos1001.001001.00
Jason Weston1001.001001.00
Li Yuan1001.001001.00
Luo Honghao1001.001001.00

The China Open is the longest running of the current world ranking events staged in China, dating back to 2005. In that year it was won by Ding Junhui, aged just 18 at the time, who beat Stephen Hendry in the final. That victory for the young Chinese ace proved the catalyst for a vast explosion of interest in snooker, which has made it one one of the country’s most popular sports today. The tournament is staged in Beijing and brings 64 players to the Chinese capital to compete for the iconic golden trophy. The 2016 event was won by Judd Trump, beating Ricky Walden in the final.

All matches of the tournament are played the best of nine frames up to and including the quarter-finals, semi finals best of 11 frames, final best of 19 frames. Subject to results the selection of televised matches and table numbers for all Round 2 & 3 matches taking place on 29-30 March will be published the day before at the discretion of the Tournament Director.

In the qualifying for the tournament, Ronnie O'Sullivan sealed his spot in the main stages of the 2017 China Open with a 5-3 victory over James Cahill in qualifying, while Daniel Wells pulled off a shock win over Marco Fu in Preston. World number two Stuart Bingham held his nerve to close out a narrow 5-4 victory over Thailand's James Wattana with a high break of 125. Former Masters finalist Fergal O'Brien recovered from 3-1 down with four consecutive frames to overcome Nigel Bond, while Matthew Selt was ruthless in whitewashing Craig Steadman 5-0. Former UK Championship semi-finalist David Grace suffered a shock 5-2 defeat at the hands of practice partner Sanderson Lam, while the likes of Kyren Wilson, Ricky Walden and Mark King all came through unscathed. Ken Doherty lost 5-3 to Allan Taylor on the first day of China Open qualifiers in Preston, exacerbating his chances of staying inside the top 64 in the world rankings.  Englishmen Shaun Murphy and Martin Gould also enjoyed relatively routine victories, 5-1 an 5-2 over Sydney Wilson and Lee Walker respectively. Ali Carter will be on the plane to Beijing as well but he didn’t have to do much work for it as he enjoyed a walk/over against Hamza Akbar.

At the event, Sean O'Sullivan will be playing Ding Junhui, Jason Weston will play defending Champion Judd Trump and Adam Stefanow one of only 6 Amataurs in the draw will be in Beijing playing Mark Selby.

Dechawat Poomjaeng v Hossein Vafaei Ayouri is an interesting match to watch in the forst round. Ayouri has got himself into contention of remaining on the tour via the one year list while Dechawat is in danger of falling outside top 64.