Internationale kalender

 
International champions
  1. IBSF World Snooker Championship winner: Iran Hossein Vafaei[7][8][9]
  2. IBSF World Under-21 Championship winner: Thailand Thanawat Thirapongpaiboon[7][10]
  3. European Championships winner: Scotland Scott Donaldson[11]
  4. European Under 21’s Championships winner: Scotland Michael Leslie[7][12][13]
  5. ACBS Asian Snooker Championship runner-up[n 1]: India Pankaj Advani[7][14]
  6. ACBS Asian Under-21 Snooker Championship runner-up[n 2]: China Zhang Anda[7][15]
NGB nominations
  1. Chinese nomination 1: China Tian Pengfei[7]
  2. Chinese nomination 2: China Cao Yupeng[7]
  3. Indian nomination: India Aditya Mehta[7]
  4. Thai nomination: Thailand Thepchaiya Un-Nooh[7]
  5. European nomination 1: Belgium Luca Brecel[7][16]
  6. European nomination 2: Malta Tony Drago[7][16]
  7. American nomination: Canada Floyd Ziegler[7]
  8. Oceania nomination: Australia Ben Judge[7]
  9. African nomination: Egypt Mohamed Khairy[7][17]
Players Tour Championship Order of Merit[7][18]
  1. China Li Yan
  2. Thailand Passakorn Suwannawat
  3. England Simon Bedford
  4. Thailand Dechawat Poomjaeng
  5. England Craig Steadman
  6. Norway Kurt Maflin
  7. England David Grace
  8. England Liam Highfield
Q School Tour Card
  1. England Martin O’Donnell[7][19][20]
  2. England Sam Baird[7][19][20]
  3. England Ian Burns[7][19][20]
  4. China Chen Zhe[7][19][20]
  5. Wales Daniel Wells[7][21][22]
  6. England Jamie O’Neill[7][21][22]
  7. England Sean O’Sullivan[7][21][22]
  8. England Paul Davison[7][21][22]
  9. England Rod Lawler[7][23][24]
  10. England Michael Wasley[7][23][24]
  11. England Joel Walker[7][23][24]
  12. England Robbie Williams[7][23][24]

[edit] Calendar

The following table outlines the results and dates for all the ranking and major invitational events.[25][26][27]

Date[n 3]   Rank Tournament name Venue City Winner Runner-up Score References
05–16 05–20  AUT   Austrian Open BRP-Hall Wels Wales Mark Williams England Matthew Couch 6–5 [28]
06–07 06–10  ENG   Pink Ribbon South West Snooker Academy Gloucester England Stuart Bingham England Peter Lines 4–0 [29][30]
06–18 06–22  CHN PT Asian Players Tour Championship – Event 1 Zhangjiagang Sports Center Zhangjiagang England Stuart Bingham England Stephen Lee 4–3 [31]
06–25 07–01  CHN WR Wuxi Classic Wuxi City Sports Park Stadium Wuxi England Ricky Walden England Stuart Bingham 10–4 [32]
07–02 07–07  THA   Six-red World Championship Montien Riverside Hotel Bangkok England Mark Davis England Shaun Murphy 8–4 [33]
07–09 07–15  AUS WR Australian Goldfields Open Bendigo Stadium Bendigo England Barry Hawkins England Peter Ebdon 9–3 [34]
07–18 07–22  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 1 South West Snooker Academy Gloucester Scotland Stephen Maguire England Jack Lisowski 4–3 [35]
08–08 08–12  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 2 South West Snooker Academy Gloucester England Martin Gould Scotland Stephen Maguire 4–3 [36]
08–23 08–26  GER PT European Tour – Event 1[n 4] Stadthalle Fürth England Mark Selby Northern Ireland Joe Swail 4–1 [37]
09–05 09–09  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 3 South West Snooker Academy Gloucester England Rod Lawler Hong Kong Marco Fu 4–2 [38]
09–17 09–23  CHN WR Shanghai Masters Shanghai Grand Stage Shanghai Scotland John Higgins England Judd Trump 10–9 [39]
09–23 09–27  CHN PT Asian Players Tour Championship – Event 2 Yixing Sports Centre Yixing England Stephen Lee China Ding Junhui 4–0 [40]
08–16 08–18  ENG PT European Tour – Event 2[n 5] World Snooker Academy Sheffield Australia Neil Robertson Scotland Jamie Burnett 4–3 [41]
10–05 10–07  POL Gdynia Sports Arena Gdynia
10–17 10–21  BEL PT European Tour – Event 3[n 6] Lotto Arena Antwerp Northern Ireland Mark Allen England Mark Selby 4–1 [42]
10–27 10–28  ENG   World Seniors Championship Mountbatton Centre Portsmouth England Nigel Bond Wales Tony Chappel 2–0 [43]
10–28 11–04  CHN WR International Championship Sichuan International Tennis Center Chengdu England Judd Trump Australia Neil Robertson 10–8 [44]
11–05 11–09  CHN PT Asian Players Tour Championship – Event 3 Henan Province Sports Stadium Zhengzhou       [45]
11–11 11–14  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 4[n 7] South West Snooker Academy Gloucester       [46]
11–15 11–18  BUL PT European Tour – Event 4[n 8] Princess Hotel Sofia       [47]
08–16 11–25  ENG   Premier League Snooker Grimsby Auditorium Grimsby       [48]
12–01 12–09  ENG WR UK Championship Barbican Centre York       [49]
12–13 12–16  SCO PT European Tour – Event 5[n 9] Ravenscraig Sports Facility Ravenscraig       [50]
11–26 11–27  ENG PT European Tour – Event 6[n 10] World Snooker Academy Sheffield       [51]
01–04 01–06  GER Event Forum Fürstenfeldbruck
01–13 01–20  ENG   Masters Alexandra Palace London       [52]
01–25 01–27  ENG   Snooker Shoot-Out Circus Arena Blackpool     1–0 [53]
01–30 02–03  GER WR German Masters Tempodrom Berlin       [54]
02–11 02–17  WAL WR Welsh Open Newport Centre Newport       [55]
02–25 03–03  CHN WR World Open Haikou Stadium Haikou       [56]
03–05 03–10   WR TBC TBC TBC        
03–12 03–17   PT/WR Players Tour Championship – Finals TBC TBC       [57]
01–07 03–21  ENG   Championship League Crondon Park Golf Club Stock       [58]
03–25 03–31  CHN WR China Open Beijing University Students’ Gymnasium Beijing       [59]
04–20 05–06  ENG WR World Snooker Championship Crucible Theatre Sheffield       [60]
WR = World ranking event
PT = Players Tour Championship 2012/13 event
Other, non-ranking event
Variant event
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