2020 Gibraltar Open schedule, draw, TV channel, odds, prize money and withdrawals

Judd Trump is heading to Gibraltar this week (Picture: VCG via Getty Images)

The Gibraltar Open is taking place this weekend, despite fears over coronavirus seeing a number of players pulling out and the size of the audience limited to just 100 people in each session.

Judd Trump remains the headline act in the event, with the likes of Mark Selby, John Higgins, Mark Williams, Kyren Wilson and defending champion Stuart Bingham making up, what is still, an impressive line-up.

£50,000 is on the line for the winner, with just one tournament (next week’s Tour Championship in Llandudno) left before the World Championships.

Withdrawals: Neil Robertson, Mark Allen, David Gilbert, Stephen Maguire, Ali Carter, Graeme Dott, Noppon Saengkham, Mike Dunn, Fraser Patrick and Jimmy White.

When is the Gibraltar Open?

The main stages of the tournament run from 13-15 March at the Europa Point Sports Complex, with the amateur qualifiers ahead of that from 11-12.

What TV channel is the Gibraltar Open being down on and is there a live stream?

Eurosport will be showing all the action from Gibraltar with subscribers able to stream the games on Eurosport Player.

Eurosport schedule
Friday 13 March
8.30am-12.55pm – Eurosport 2
3.30pm-6.15pm – Eurosport 1
6.15pm-9pm – Eurosport 2

Saturday 14 March
6.30am-12.10pm – Eurosport 1
4.30pm-9pm – Eurosport 2

Sunday 15 March
1pm-2pm – Eurosport 2
2.10pm-5.10pm – Eurosport 1
6.05pm-9pm- Eurosport 2

Gibraltar Open draw/schedule

Friday 13 March – Last 128

Stuart Bingham vs Gerard Greene
Nigel Bond vs Barry Pinches
Anthony Hamilton vs Ben Woollaston
Rod Lawler vs Winner of Match 108
Gary Wilson vs Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Mitchell Mann vs Mei Xi Wen
Harvey Chandler vs Riley Parsons
Bai Langning vs Fergal O’Brien
Kyren Wilson vs Si Jiahui
Joe O’Connor vs Winner of Match 109
Chen Zifan vs Zhang Jiankang
Luca Brecel vs Ken Doherty
David Lilley vs Winner of Match 111
Fan Zhengyi vs Lee Walker
Lyu Haotian vs Winner of Match 112
Thor Chuan Leong vs Chang Bingyu
Oliver Lines vs Robbie Williams
Liam Highfield vs David Grace
Sam Baird vs Zhang Anda
Jak Jones vs Mark King
Scott Donaldson vs Brandon Sargeant
Yan Bingtao vs Tian Pengfei
Mark Williams vs Kacper Filipiak
Ashley Carty vs Soheil Vahedi
Amine Amiri vs Winner of Match 113
Martin Gould vs Mark Davis

Last 64 and last 32 matches played at 3.30pm and 7.30pm.

Saturday 14 March – Last 128

Louis Heathcote vs John J Astley
Peter Lines vs Andrew Higginson
Simon Lichtenberg vs Elliot Slessor
Joe Perry vs Gareth Lopez
Lei Peifan vs Winner of Match 115
Jimmy Robertson vs Ricky Walden
Craig Steadman vs Michael White
Michael Georgiou vs Tom Ford
Jack Lisowski vs Jordan Brown
Ian Burns vs Alfie Burden
Kurt Maflin vs Hossein Vafaei
Xiao Guodong vs Robert Milkins
Ryan Day vs Luo Honghao
John Higgins vs Lu Ning
Dominic Dale vs Jackson Page
Billy Joe Castle vs Sam Craigie
Andy Hicks vs Winner of Match 116
Liang Wenbo vs James Cahill
Andy Lee vs Zhao Xintong
Jamie Clarke vs Chen Feilong
Mark Joyce vs Adam Stefanow
Barry Hawkins vs Winner of Match 117
Hammad Miah vs Xu Si
Li Hang vs Alex Borg
Judd Trump vs Lee Prickman
Martin O’Donnell vs Eden Sharav
Igor Figueiredo vs Matthew Selt

Last 64 and last 32 matches played at 3.30pm and 7.30pm.

Sunday 15 March

  • 10am – Last 16
  • 1pm – Quarter-finals
  • 4pm – Semi-finals
  • 8pm – Final

Gibraltar Open Prize Money

  • Winner: £50,000
  • Runner-up: £20,000
  • Semi-final: £6,000
  • Quarter-final: £5,000
  • Last 16: £4,000
  • Last 32: £3,000
  • Last 64: £2,000
  • Highest break: £5,000

Gibraltar Open odds

  • 2/1 Judd Trump
  • 11/2 Mark Selby
  • 10/1 John Higgins
  • 12/1 Kyren Wilson
  • 14/1 Stuart Bingham
  • 20/1 Mark Williams
  • 25/1 Yan Bingtao
  • 33/1 Barry Hawkins
  • 33/1 Gary Wilson
  • 40/1 Jack Lisowski
  • 45/1 Zhao Xintong
  • 50/1 Thepchaiya Un Nooh
  • 50/1 Joe Perry
  • 60/1 Luca Brecel
  • 66/1 Li Hang
  • 70/1 Zhou Yuelong
  • 70/1 Anthony McGill
  • 70/1 Scott Donaldson

Odds courtesy of Betfair

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