2016 China Open (snooker)

The 2016 BAIC Motor China Open was a professional ranking snooker tournament, that took place between 28 March and 3 April 2016 at the Beijing University Students' Gymnasium in Beijing, China. It was the ninth ranking event of the 2015–16 season.

Mark Selby was the defending champion, but he withdrew for personal reasons.

Judd Trump defeated Ricky Walden 10–4 in the final to win his fifth career ranking title.

Prize fund

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:

The "rolling 147 prize" for a maximum break stood at £15,000, but was not won.

Wildcard round

These matches were played in Beijing on 28 March 2016.

Main draw

Last 64
Best of 9 frames
Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 19 frames
                  
Isle of ManDarryl Hill5
ThailandJames Wattana3
Isle of ManDarryl Hill3
WalesDominic Dale5
WalesJamie Jones1
WalesDominic Dale5
WalesDominic Dale1
ScotlandStephen Maguire5
WalesMichael White1
EnglandJack Lisowski5
EnglandJack Lisowski2
ScotlandStephen Maguire5
ScotlandStephen Maguire5
EnglandGary Wilson3
ScotlandStephen Maguire5
EnglandAlfie Burden1
ScotlandRhys Clark5
EnglandMark Davis4
ScotlandRhys Clark4
EnglandAlfie Burden5
EnglandAlfie Burden5
EnglandJoe Perry0
EnglandAlfie Burden5
EnglandRory McLeod1
EnglandMike Dunn5
ScotlandAlan McManus4
EnglandMike Dunn2
EnglandRory McLeod5
EnglandRory McLeod5
EnglandMitchell Mann0
ScotlandStephen Maguire0
EnglandJudd Trump6
EnglandJudd Trumpw/o
EnglandStuart Carringtonw/d
EnglandJudd Trump5
EnglandJimmy Robertson1
ScotlandAnthony McGill3
EnglandJimmy Robertson5
EnglandJudd Trump5
Hong KongMarco Fu1
Hong KongMarco Fu5
ChinaYu De Lu2
Hong KongMarco Fu5
EnglandRobert Milkins0
EnglandRobert Milkins5
ScotlandRoss Muir4
EnglandJudd Trump5
EnglandMark King3
EnglandChris Wakelin4
EnglandMatthew Selt5
EnglandMatthew Selt1
EnglandMartin O'Donnell5
Northern IrelandJoe Swail2
EnglandMartin O'Donnell5
EnglandMartin O'Donnell0
EnglandMark King5
EnglandMark King5
EnglandAli Carter2
EnglandMark King5
EnglandShaun Murphy3
EnglandDavid Grace3
EnglandShaun Murphy5
EnglandJudd Trump10
EnglandRicky Walden4
AustraliaNeil Robertson3
ThailandNoppon Saengkham5
ThailandNoppon Saengkham5
EnglandBen Woollaston4
EnglandBen Woollastonw/o
EnglandAdam Duffyw/d
ThailandNoppon Saengkham5
ScotlandGraeme Dott1
EnglandMartin Gould0
ChinaYuan Sijun5
ChinaYuan Sijun2
ScotlandGraeme Dott5
ScotlandGraeme Dott5
WalesMatthew Stevens1
ThailandNoppon Saengkham3
ScotlandJohn Higgins5
Northern IrelandGerard Greene1
EnglandDavid Gilbert5
EnglandDavid Gilbert5
WalesLee Walker1
ChinaLi Hang3
WalesLee Walker5
EnglandDavid Gilbert3
ScotlandJohn Higgins5
EnglandMark Joyce5
BelgiumLuca Brecel2
EnglandMark Joyce1
ScotlandJohn Higgins5
ChinaZhou Yuelong2
ScotlandJohn Higgins5
ScotlandJohn Higgins5
EnglandRicky Walden6
EnglandBarry Hawkins4
ChinaTian Pengfei5
ChinaTian Pengfei5
EnglandMichael Holt2
EnglandMichael Holt5
EnglandNigel Bond2
ChinaTian Pengfei4
EnglandRicky Walden5
EnglandRicky Waldenw/o
FinlandRobin Hullw/d
EnglandRicky Walden5
WalesRyan Day3
WalesRyan Day5
ThailandDechawat Poomjaeng4
EnglandRicky Walden5
EnglandStuart Bingham1
EnglandTom Ford3
EnglandKyren Wilson5
EnglandKyren Wilson1
EnglandRod Lawler5
EnglandRod Lawler5
EnglandPeter Lines1
EnglandRod Lawler2
EnglandStuart Bingham5
EnglandIan Burns5
EnglandPeter Ebdon0
EnglandIan Burns3
EnglandStuart Bingham5
EnglandSam Baird3
EnglandStuart Bingham5

Final

Qualifying

These matches were played from 9–11 February 2016 at the Barnsley Metrodome in Barnsley, England, except for 4 matches which were held over to be played in Beijing on 28 March 2016. All matches were best of 9 frames.

Century breaks

Qualifying stage centuries

Televised stage centuries

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