2017 Riga Masters


The 2017 Kaspersky Riga Masters was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place between 23 and 25 June 2017 at the Arena Riga in Riga, Latvia.[1] It was the first ranking event of the 2017/2018 season.[2] The tournament was broadcast by Eurosport.

Riga Masters
Tournament information
Dates23–25 June 2017
VenueArena Riga
CityRiga
CountryLatvia
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Total prize fund£227,000[1]
Winner's share£50,000
Highest break Andrew Higginson (140)
Final
Champion Ryan Day
Runner-up Stephen Maguire
Score5–2
2016
2018

Neil Robertson was the defending champion, but he lost in the first round to Lukas Kleckers.[3]

Ryan Day claimed the first ranking title of his career by defeating Stephen Maguire 5–2 in the final.

Prize fund


The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[4]

The "rolling 147 prize" for a maximum break stood at £10,000

Main draw


 
Last 64
Best of 7 frames
Last 32
Best of 7 frames
Last 16
Best of 7 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 9 frames
Final
Best of 9 frames
 
                      
 
 
 
 
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh4
 
 
 
Michael Georgiou1
 
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh3
 
 
 
Anthony McGill4
 
Stuart Carrington3
 
 
 
Anthony McGill4
 
Anthony McGill4
 
 
 
Jimmy White1
 
Kurt Maflin4
 
 
 
Alan McManus3
 
Kurt Maflin2
 
 
 
Jimmy White4
 
Eden Sharav3
 
 
 
Jimmy White4
 
Anthony McGill2
 
 
 
Ken Doherty4
 
Gary Wilson0
 
 
 
Ken Doherty4
 
Ken Doherty4
 
 
 
Robin Hull2
 
Robin Hull4
 
 
 
Rodion Judin2
 
Ken Doherty4
 
 
 
Zhang Anda2
 
Alex Borg1
 
 
 
Zhang Anda4
 
Zhang Anda4
 
 
 
Hammad Miah3
 
Hammad Miah4
 
 
 
Tom Ford0
 
Ken Doherty4
 
 
 
Stephen Maguire5
 
Jimmy Robertsonw/d
 
 
 
John Astleyw/o
 
John Astley1
 
 
 
Andrew Higginson4
 
Jamie Curtis-Barrett0
 
 
 
Andrew Higginson4
 
Andrew Higginson4
 
 
 
Mark Davis3
 
Stuart Bingham0
 
 
 
Mark Davis4
 
Mark Davis4
 
 
 
Sam Craigie2
 
Sam Craigie4
 
 
 
Jamie Jones3
 
Andrew Higginson3
 
 
 
Stephen Maguire4
 
Matthew Stevens1
 
 
 
Jack Lisowski4
 
Jack Lisowski4
 
 
 
Lukas Kleckers2
 
Neil Robertson3
 
 
 
Lukas Kleckers4
 
Jack Lisowski0
 
 
 
Stephen Maguire4
 
Oliver Lines4
 
 
 
Christopher Keogan1
 
Oliver Lines3
 
 
 
Stephen Maguire4
 
Stephen Maguire4
 
 
 
Gerard Greene0
 
Stephen Maguire2
 
 
 
Ryan Day5
 
Hossein Vafaeiw/o
 
 
 
Mark Kingw/d
 
Hossein Vafaei0
 
 
 
Paul Davison4
 
Paul Davison4
 
 
 
Zhou Yuelong2
 
Paul Davison1
 
 
 
Joe Perry4
 
David Gilbert3
 
 
 
Joe Perry4
 
Joe Perry4
 
 
 
Tian Pengfei0
 
Tian Pengfei4
 
 
 
Ben Jones1
 
Joe Perry0
 
 
 
Ryan Day4
 
Wang Yuchenw/d
 
 
 
Robert Milkinsw/o
 
Robert Milkins1
 
 
 
Ryan Day4
 
Barry Hawkins3
 
 
 
Ryan Day4
 
Ryan Day4
 
 
 
Kyren Wilson3
 
Craig Steadmanw/o
 
 
 
Chen Zifanw/d
 
Craig Steadman3
 
 
 
Kyren Wilson4
 
Ben Woollaston2
 
 
 
Kyren Wilson4
 
Ryan Day5
 
 
 
Mark Williams4
 
Nigel Bond4
 
 
 
Jackson Page1
 
Nigel Bond2
 
 
 
Mark Joyce4
 
Xiao Guodong1
 
 
 
Mark Joyce4
 
Mark Joyce4
 
 
 
Sam Baird2
 
Noppon Saengkham4
 
 
 
Cao Yupeng2
 
Noppon Saengkham2
 
 
 
Sam Baird4
 
Sam Baird4
 
 
 
Michael White0
 
Mark Joyce1
 
 
 
Mark Williams4
 
Alexander Ursenbacher4
 
 
 
Elliot Slessor0
 
Alexander Ursenbacher2
 
 
 
Robbie Williams4
 
Robbie Williams4
 
 
 
Ashley Carty0
 
Robbie Williams2
 
 
 
Mark Williams4
 
Mark Williams4
 
 
 
Peter Ebdon1
 
Mark Williams4
 
 
 
Luca Brecel1
 
Luca Brecel4
 
 
Lee Walker3
 

Final


Final: Best of 9 frames. Referee: Ben Williams.
Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia, 25 June 2017.
Stephen Maguire
 Scotland
2–5 Ryan Day
 Wales
33–78 (59), 50–76, 0–77 (77), 46–74, 123–11 (119), 77–0, 41–75 (58)
119 Highest break 77
1 Century breaks 0
1 50+ breaks 3

Qualifying


These matches were played between 31 May and 2 June 2017 at the Preston Guild Hall in Preston, England. All matches were best of 7 frames.[5]

Notes
  1. Match held over and played in Riga.
  2. Wildcard

Century breaks


Main stage centuries

Total: 24

Qualifying stage centuries

Total: 14

References