Monday sees the 17th China Open take place since it became a ranking event in the late 1990s.
The China Open gets underway on Monday with players looking to find their form ahead of the World Championship.
Excitement is building in the world of snooker with the sport’s blue ribbon event the World Championship just weeks away.
China’s talented star Lyu Haotian continued his best season yet by beating one of this season’s top stars to secure a place in the China Open.
Stuart Bingham returned to the snooker world on winning ways after beating Jimmy White in his first competitive match for more than three months.
Former world champion Stuart Bingham says he wants to make up for lost time ahead of his return to the snooker spotlight following a three-month ban from the sport.
Judd Trump’s misery on the snooker table continued as he suffered a shock defeat which meant he won’t play in the richest China Open in history.