The World Grand Prix 2024 has been a thrilling contest featuring some of the world's best players at their very best.


Judd Trump was the man to beat in 2023 and has made the final today, but faces an enormous challenge in the shape of Ronnie O'Sullivan.

The Rocket has produced a scintillating level of form in the few UK-based tournaments he has participated in this season, with a 6-1 demolition of Ding Junhui – featuring four century breaks – sending major signals out to the snooker world in 2024.

The World Grand Prix has punched above its weight in the drama stakes with fireworks, feuds and familiar faces raising eyebrows and capturing attention all week

O'Sullivan's row with Ali Carter exploded into life once more following their Masters final clash last Sunday, while Mark Williams' spicy encounter with Hossein Vafaei saw the latter player storm out of the arena without shaking hands with his opponent.

More like this brings you all the details on how to watch the World Grand Prix 2024.

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When is World Grand Prix 2024?

The World Grand Prix 2024 started on Monday 15th January 2024.

The tournament runs until Sunday 21st January 2024, with the final taking place on that day.

How to watch World Grand Prix 2024 on TV and live stream

Coverage of the World Grand Prix will be extensively shown across ITV platforms.

The action will be shown from 1pm and 7pm on ITV4 each day.

The tournament will also be shown live online via ITVX if you want to keep up with the tournament across a range of devices.

World Grand Prix 2024 prize money

There's a healthy prize pot on offer for the World Grand Prix 2024. Here's the full rundown:

  • Winner: £100,000
  • Runner-up: £40,000
  • Semi-final: £20,000
  • Quarter-final: £12,500
  • Last 16: £7,500
  • Last 32: £5,000
  • Highest break: £10,000
  • TOTAL: £380,000

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