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Nic Ladds 11th Oct 2009 - 23:05

Grand Prix - draw and scores

Held on the banks of the River Kelvin in Glasgow, the Grand Prix is the second ranking event of the snooker season, and is unique in that it features a random draw from the second round onwards.

Started in 1984, the tournament has had a somewhat nomadic history, having been held in Birmingham, Bristol, Reading, Derby, Sunderland, Bournemouth, Preston, Telford and Aberdeen before moving to Glasgow's Kelvin Hall last year.

Reigning champion John Higgins, along with seven-time world champion Stephen Hendry are the only two players to have won four times each. Current world number one and overwhelming outright favourite Ronnie O'Sullivan has won only once, although 'The Rocket' has finished as runner-up three times.

Running from 3-11 October, the winner this year will pick up a cheque for £75,000 - and a maximum 147 break will net the elated cue-maestro £24,000. Follow your favourite player using the draw below.

 

 

Grand Prix - draw and scores
Round one (9 frames) Round two (9 frames) Quarter-finals (9 frames)
5 Neil Robertson [9]
3 Gerard Greene 3 Jamie Cope
5 Joe Perry [12] 5 Mark Allen [11]
2 Marcus Campbell 5 John Higgins [1]
5 Peter Ebdon [14] 1 Mark Allen [11]
2 Liang Wenbo 4 Ronnie O'Sullivan [2]
3 Ryan Day [6] 5 John Higgins [1]
5 Jamie Cope
4 Marco Fu [8]
5 Mark Davis 5 Joe Perry [12]
1 Allister Carter [5] 2 Barry Pinches
5 Robert Milkins 1 Joe Perry [12]
4 Shaun Murphy [4] 5 Neil Robertson [9]
5 Barry Pinches 5 Neil Robertson [9]
5 Mark King [16] 2 Ken Doherty
4 Ricky Walden
5 Stephen Hendry [10]
2 Matthew Selt 5 Mark Williams [15]
5 Mark Allen [11] 2 Stephen Hendry [10]
3 Ian McCulloch 5 Mark Williams [15]
5 Ding Junhui [13] 2 Robert Milkins
4 Matthew Stevens 5 Peter Ebdon [14]
2 Mark Selby [7] 3 Mark Davis
5 Ken Doherty
5 Mark Williams [15]
0 Stuart Bingham 1 Stephen Maguire [3]
5 Ronnie O'Sullivan [2] 5 Ding Junhui [13]
3 Jamie Burnett 2 Peter Ebdon [14]
5 John Higgins [1] 5 Ding Junhui [13]
1 Mark Joyce 5 Robert Milkins
5 Stephen Maguire [3] 1 Mark King [16]
3 Nigel Bond
Semi-final one (11 frames) The final (17 frames) Semi-final two (11 frames)
5 John Higgins [1]
6 Ding Junhui [13]
6 Neil Robertson [9] 1 Mark Williams [15]
9 Neil Robertson [9]
4 Ding Junhui [13]
 
 
 

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