|Organisation(s)||WPBSA (until 2015)|
CBSA (since 2016)
|Current champion(s)||Thepchaiya Un-Nooh|
The tournament started in 2014 and was staged at the Haining Sports Center in Haining, Zhejiang, China. The inaugural tournament was won by Stuart Bingham who defeated fellow countryman Oliver Lines 4–0 in the final. In 2015, Ding Junhui won the tournament.
Matthew Selt was the winner of the highly secretive 2016 Haining Open tournament, an event which half of the tour wasn't even aware was running again after the recent demise of the Asian Tour. Thepchaiya Un-Nooh is the 2019 Haining Open champion.
|Haining Open (Minor-ranking)|
|2014||Stuart Bingham||Oliver Lines||4–0||2014–15|
|2015||Ding Junhui||Ricky Walden||4–3||2015–16|
|Haining Open (Non-ranking)|
|2016||Matthew Selt||Li Hang||5–3||2016–17|
|2017||Mark Selby||Tom Ford||5–1||2017–18|
|2018||Mark Selby||Li Hang||5–4||2018–19|
|2019||Thepchaiya Un-Nooh||Li Hang||5–3||2019–20|
|2020||Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic||2020–21|
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- Matt Selt is the 2016 Haining Open Champion after beating Li Hang 5-3 in the final