Major ranking event action returns to China this week for the 2014 Haikou World Open, and you can keep in touch with all the latest results and fixtures here.
Mark Allen looks to continue his unlikely love affair with the Haikou World Open by making it back-to-back titles as he takes on Matthew Stevens in a gripping final on Sunday.
Two of the most in-form potters in the sport at present do battle for a place in the 2013 World Open final on Saturday afternoon, as John Higgins faces Mark Allen.
Two of the greatest cueists ever to hail from the snooker hotbed of Asia do battle for a place in the World Open Quarter-Finals on Thursday afternoon, as Ding Junhui faces Marco Fu.
The opening round draws to a close on Wednesday in China as the remaining big guns aim to avoid a potential scalp and seal their spot in the last 16.
A host of top seeds enter the fray on day two of the 2013 World Open, with three former World Champions and the defending champion all in first round action.
The 2013 World Open returns on February 25 and we show you how to watch all of the action from the Hainan International Exhibition Centre live online.
The 2013 World Open gets underway on Monday, with the opening six wildcard round matches accompanied by two tasty first round ties in Haikou.
Major ranking competition heads back to China this week as the 2013 World Open commences. Keep up to date with all the latest results and fixtures here.
There are several Haikou World Open qualifying matches being live streamed today, with Ian Burns meeting Jamie O’Neill this evening
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