WORLD GRAND PRIX: WILLIAMS TIE SWAPPED TO TUESDAY
The World Grand Prix gets underway in Cheltenham on Monday and the opening-night tie between Mark Williams and Jamie Jones has now been moved to Tuesday afternoon.
Williams has reached the final of the Cazoo Masters in London, so his match in Cheltenham has been moved to Tuesday to give him time to travel and prepare. The tie between Neil Robertson and Xiao Guodong has been swapped into the Monday evening session. For the updated match schedule, click here.
There’s also a clash of the local favourites on Monday evening as Jack Lisowski faces Robert Milkins. World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan plays his opening match against Barry Hawkins at 7pm on Tuesday, while other top stars in the field include Judd Trump, Mark Selby, Shaun Murphy and Kyren Wilson.
The World Grand Prix at the Centaur Arena at Cheltenham Racecourse runs from January 16 to 22, featuring the top 32 players from the one-year ranking list. Tickets for the ITV-televised tournament are still available and start at just £17, for details click here.