BetVictor Welsh Open 2022 is a snooker tournament currently rolling out with the matches for the fixtures. The tournament started with the matches for the league from February 28, 2022. Check BetVictor Welsh Open 2022 Schedule.
The matches will be continuing to roll out till March 06, 2022. The fixtures will be hosted at the ICC Wales, Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, Wales.
WPBSA will be hosting the matches under their organization where the format for the matches will be a Ranking event.
Check out more details about the BetVictor Welsh Open 2022 schedule, participating players, prize money details, and broadcasting details here on this page.
The matches for the league are set to roll out. The tournament is rolling out with the fixtures where the tournament will end on March 06, 2022.
Here is the entire list of upcoming matches for the events.
|March 02, 2022||Second||10:00 AM||Li Hang vs Kyren Wilson|
Lu Ning vs Matthew Stevens
Graene Dott v Jamie Clarke
Elliot Slessor vs Stuart Bingham
|01:00 PM||Zak Surety vs Ryan Day|
Ricky Walden vs Noppon Saengjham
Ronnie O’Sullivan vs Lukas Kleckers
Anthony Hamilton vs Shaun Murphy
|02:00 PM||Jak Jones vs Zhao Xintong|
Barry Hawkins vs Ashley Carty
Yan Bingtao vs Zhao Jianbo
Liam Highfield vs Mark Selby
The entire player’s list taking part in the tour is listed here. The matches are rolling out for the Welsh Open 2022. Check out the entire participating players for the tour.
The total prize money for the event is £405,000 where the matches are set to roll out with the fixtures for the season. It is going to be an event that is all set to roll out soon.
BetVictor Welsh Open 2022 pricing details for the event are out now. The breakdown of the money is here for the BetVictor Welsh Open 2022.
The matches for the league will be streaming on the official broadcasting partners for the league. The streaming for the matches will be taking place on various channels.
Here is the broadcasting list for the matches for the BetVictor Welsh Open 2022 Broadcasting details World Wide.
|CCTV-5||China and Macau|
|Now TV||Hong Kong|
|Astro SuperSports||Malaysia and Brunei|
|Sky Sports||New Zealand|
|Premier Sports Network||Philippines|