Betfred World Championship Tour: Main Tour; Date: 17 Apr - 3 May 2021; Venue: Crucible Theatre , Sheffield, England; Type: Ranking; Defending champion: Ronnie O'Sullivan ; Twitter: #SnookerWorldChamps ; Notes: See also results (143)
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The 2021 World Snooker Championship (also referred to as the 2021 Betfred World Snooker Championship for the purposes of sponsorship) was a professional snooker tournament, that took place from 17 April to 3 May 2021 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England.
To be held at the English Institute of Sport from 5-14 April 2021, the qualifying rounds for this year’s Betfred World Championship will be contested by a field of 128 players, including up to 112 main tour players not ranked inside of the world’s top 16 following the Cazoo Tour Championship. They will be joined by 16 elite amateur players selected by the WPBSA, based on their performances at recognised international competitions held this season.
Sunday 4 Apr 2021 02:14PM. The qualifying rounds of the Betfred World Championship run until April 14 at the English Institute of Sport – Sheffield. For the match schedule click here. Fans anywhere in the world can watch the action live: If you live in Europe, sign up for the Eurosport App, to watch with commentary.
2021 Betfred World Championship – The Draw. Thursday 15 Apr 2021 11:15AM. The draw for the 2021 Betfred World Championship has been made with World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan being pitted against Crucible debutant Mark Joyce. The Rocket will step out on Saturday morning at 10am to begin his 2021 campaign against world number 46 Joyce, who will be appearing at the Theatre of Dreams for the first time in his career after 15 years as a professional.
Stephen Hendry beat Jimmy White 6-3 in the first qualifying round of the Betfred World Championship as as he graced the stage at snooker’s biggest tournament for the first time since 2012. Seven-time World Champion Hendry made his comeback at last month’s Gibraltar Open, losing to Matthew Selt.
Using this sort of analysis Joyce, Craigie, Liam Highfield, Lyu Haotian, Chris Wakelin and Tian Pengfei – with a total of just four appearances between the six of them – might at first glance have figured high on the ‘wanted’ list for the likes of defending and six-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, and world No1 Judd Trump.
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