World Grand Prix (snooker)
The World Grand Prix is a professional ranking snooker tournament restricted to the top 32 players on the one-year ranking list. The inaugural edition was played in 2015 at the Venue Cymru in Llandudno, Wales. The reigning champion is Judd Trump.
|Organisation(s)||World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association|
|Total prize fund||£380,000|
|Current champion(s)||Judd Trump (ENG)|
From 2016, the World Grand Prix has been held as a ranking event.
In 2019, the tournament was included in the newly created Coral Cup series, and branded as "Coral World Grand Prix".
|World Grand Prix (non-ranking)|
|2015||Judd Trump (ENG)||Ronnie O'Sullivan (ENG)||10–7||Llandudno||2014–15|
|World Grand Prix (ranking)|
|2016||Shaun Murphy (ENG)||Stuart Bingham (ENG)||10–9||Llandudno||2015–16|
|2017||Barry Hawkins (ENG)||Ryan Day (WAL)||10–7||Preston||2016–17|
|2018||Ronnie O'Sullivan (ENG)||Ding Junhui (CHN)||10–3||Preston||2017–18|
|2019||Judd Trump (ENG)||Ali Carter (ENG)||10–6||Cheltenham||2018–19|
|2020 (1)||Neil Robertson (AUS)||Graeme Dott (SCO)||10–8||Cheltenham||2019–20|
|2020 (2)||Judd Trump (ENG)||Jack Lisowski (ENG)||10–7||Milton Keynes||2020–21|
- "World Snooker | News | News | 888.com To Sponsor World Grand Prix". 15 March 2015. Archived from the original on 15 March 2015.