The British Open 2022 has proven to be an unpredictable rollercoaster with few big names left in the hunt to win the title in this fledgling season.


Mark Selby and Mark Allen are the last top-20 players in the mix at the quarter-final stage and will face each other today for a spot in an unusual final four.

This is a huge opportunity for the likes of Ryan Day and Jamie Jones to make the most of a depleted field at this stage of a big competition.

Top seed Ronnie O'Sullivan was shockingly dumped out of the competition by world No.63 Alexander Ursenbacher, while last year's British Open winner Mark Williams was also eliminated by an outsider, world No.44 Ben Woollaston.

The British Open returned to the tour last year following a 17-year hiatus and the comeback edition was won by Welshman Williams, who defeated Gary Wilson 6-4 in the final showdown.

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The eventual champion will earn 100,000 ranking points and is likely to shoot to the top of the charts for this term as players jostle for position with a busy winter approaching. brings you everything you need to know to enjoy watching the British Open 2022 snooker tournament.

When is the British Open 2022?

The British Open 2022 started on Monday 26th September 2022, later in the year than the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2021.

The week-long event culminates in the final on Sunday 2nd October 2022.

How to watch the British Open 2022 on TV and live stream

Fans will be delighted to know that the entire tournament will be broadcast live on free-to-air ITV platforms.

Every day of action will be shown live from 1pm and 7pm on ITV4 with coverage to begin 15 minutes before play in each session.

The only exception will be Saturday's coverage of the semi-finals which will be shown on the main ITV channel (afternoon) and ITV3 (evening).

You can watch all of the action on TV or you can live stream every moment via ITV Hub on a range of mobile devices.

British Open TV schedule today

Friday 30th September



Mark Selby [3] v Mark Allen [13]
Robbie Williams [60] v Lyu Haotian [44]


Noppon Saengkham [36] v Jamie Jones [30]
Ryan Day [27] v Yuan Sijun [67]

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