The final of the Welsh Open is taking place today (Sunday 6th March 2022), and snooker fans will surely tune in en masse to find out who'll take the title this time out.


Judd Trump will take on Joe Perry in an all-English final, with Perry arguably being the underdog in this exciting match-up. But there's certainly a sense that it could go either way.

If you've tuned into the earlier face-offs on the road to this final, you'll know that both Trump and Perry are both on fine form and keen to bag to the title.

Reigning champion Jordan Brown was a shock victor in Wales last year as he toppled O'Sullivan in a nail-biting final. He is at the peak of his career so far, No.24 in the world, but failed to make it through qualifying to defend his title. So we're definitely going to have a new winner this time.

We've rounded up all the matches, dates, times and TV coverage details you need to enjoy the tournament to come.

More like this brings you the full Welsh Open snooker 2022 schedule.

Welsh Open snooker 2022 schedule

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND - MAY 05: The winners trophy during the Final of the World Snooker Championship match between Judd Trump and John Higgins at the Crucible Theatre on May 5, 2019 in Sheffield, England. (Photo by Nigel Roddis/Getty Images)

All UK time. Afternoon sessions live on Eurosport, BBC Two Wales, BBC Red Button.

Friday 4th March



Judd Trump 5-3 Neil Robertson

Jack Lisowski 5-4 Ali Carter


Zhang Anda 4-5 Hossein Vafaei

Ricky Walden 2-5 Joe Perry

Saturday 5th March



Judd Trump 6-5 Hossein Vafaei


Jack Lisowski 5-6 Joe Perry

Sunday 6th March


1pm and 7pm

Judd Trump v Joe Perry

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