Scottish Open Snooker 2022 How to watch, preview, start time, draw, schedule and live stream

by Keven S. Reinhart
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At this point, the Scottish Open Snooker tournament will begin. Local star Mark Allen won the Northern Ireland Open to kick off the four-event mini-series. And Allen has been on fire of late, as he won his first UK Championship on Sunday.

Winning methods for Allen and Robertson at the German Masters qualifying rounds

After Allen’s win, Ronnie O’Sullivan commented on Eurosport, “It will give him great confidence.” There will be a bit of a bullseye on his back now that he is winning tournaments while not playing well. Others on the team will be amped up to take him down. It will be different now because many players will sit there thinking, “I want to get into him.”

Scottish Open Snooker When & Where

For November 28–December 4, 2018, Edinburgh’s Meadowbank Sports Centre will play host to the Scottish Open Snooker. It hasn’t been held in Edinburgh since David Gray beat Mark Selby in 2002–03. There is room for 1,280 guests at this location.

How To Watch Scottish Open Snooker

Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and websites:

Eurosport and discovery+ are airing live coverage of the UK Championship.

Discovery+, including the qualifying rounds, will broadcast every match of the Scottish Open so that you won’t miss a single point of action.

From Monday, November 28, to the final, experts, including Neal Foulds, Jimmy White, and Alan McManus, will provide insight before and after each session on Eurosport.

Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump, and Luca Brecel

Last year’s champion Luca Brecel is among the top 16, and his first-round match was postponed until Monday.

In the opening match, on Monday, November 28, at 10:00 UK time, Brecel will face Fraser Patrick.

This afternoon at 13:00 UK time, Judd Trump will take centre stage versus Sanderson Lam.

The late session, beginning at 19:00 UK time, features Ronnie O’Sullivan taking on Bai Langning.

Format of the Scottish Open Snooker

All 16 highest-ranked teams will play in their first-round matchups on Monday. Kyren Wilson faces Ng On Yee in Tuesday’s lone matchup.

Games from there on out will be played to a best-of-seven finish.

The quarterfinals and semis will be played to a best of nine frames, while the finals will be played to a best of eleven frames.

When it comes down to the final match, it’s a best-of-17-round showdown.

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Timetable for the 2022 Scottish Open Snooker (All times GMT)

Monday, November 28


  • Luca Brecel v Fraser Patrick
  • Ryan Day v Fan Zhengyi
  • Zhao Xintong v Jackson Page
  • Yan Bingtao v Li Hang


  • Jack Lisowski v Gerard Greene
  • Liam Graham v Robbie Williams
  • Judd Trump v Sanderson Lam
  • Mark Allen v Andy Lee


  • Mark Williams v Andres Petrov
  • John Astley v Amaan Iqbal
  • Stuart Bingham v Zak Surety
  • John Higgins v Anthony Hamilton


  • Mark Selby v Aaron Hill
  • Shaun Murphy v Lei Peifan
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan v Bai Langning


  • Neil Robertson v Mark Davis
  • Barry Hawkins v Andrew Pagett

Tuesday, November 29


  • Dylan Emery v Zhang Anda
  • Ricky Walden v Mark King


  • Graeme Dott v Joe Perry
  • Zhou Yuelong v David Lilley


  • Ali Carter v L Graham / R Williams
  • Noppon Saengkham v Hossein Vafaei


  • Robert Milkins v Stuart Carrington
  • Sean O’Sullivan v Anthony McGill
  • Jamie Clarke v Hammad Miah


  • Pang Junxu v Jimmy Robertson
  • Ken Doherty v Gary Wilson

Wednesday, November 30

11:00 – Last 32 matches

13:00 – Last 32 matches

19:00 – Last 32 matches

Thursday, December 1

11:00 – Last 16 matches

13:00 – Last 16 matches

19:00 – Last 16 matches

Friday, December 2

13:00 – Two quarter-finals

19:00 – Two quarter-finals

Saturday, December 3

13:00 – Semi-final 1

19:00 – Semi-final 2

Sunday, December 4

13:00 – Final (Eight frames played)

19:00 – Final (Up to nine frames played)

Scottish Open prize money

  • Winner: £80,000
  • Runner-up: £35,000
  • Semi-final: £17,500
  • Quarter-final: £11,000
  • Last 16: £7,500
  • Last 32: £4,500
  • Last 64: £3,000
  • Highest break: £5,000
  • Total: £427,000

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