2017 European Masters (snooker)

The 2017 888sport European Masters was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place from 2–8 October 2017 in Lommel, Belgium. It was the sixth ranking event of the 2017/2018 season. It was the first full ranking event to be held in Belgium since the European Open was played in Antwerp in 1994.

Qualifying took place from 3–4 August in Preston.

Judd Trump was the defending champion, having beaten Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–8 in the 2016 final in Bucharest, Romania. He successfully defended the title, defeating Stuart Bingham 9–7 in this year's final.

Prize fund

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

The "rolling 147 prize" for a maximum break stood at £35,000

Main draw

Last 64
Best of 7 frames
Last 32
Best of 7 frames
Last 16
Best of 7 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 11 frames
Final
Best of 17 frames
                  
EnglandJudd Trump4
EnglandAdam Duffy1
EnglandJudd Trump4
EnglandMartin O'Donnell3
WalesJamie Jones3
EnglandMartin O'Donnell4
EnglandJudd Trump4
EnglandDavid Gilbert2
EnglandDavid Gilbert4
EnglandSam Baird1
EnglandDavid Gilbert4
ChinaChen Zifan1
EnglandMark King2
ChinaChen Zifan4
EnglandJudd Trump4
Northern IrelandMark Allen3
ChinaZhang Yong0
EnglandBen Woollaston4
EnglandBen Woollaston4
Northern IrelandGerard Greene3
Northern IrelandGerard Greene4
EnglandKyren Wilson3
EnglandBen Woollaston2
Northern IrelandMark Allen4
ChinaYuan Sijun1
ScotlandAlan McManus4
ScotlandAlan McManus1
Northern IrelandMark Allen4
IranHossein Vafaei3
Northern IrelandMark Allen4
EnglandJudd Trump6
ChinaCao Yupeng1
AustraliaNeil Robertson4
ChinaFang Xiongman0
AustraliaNeil Robertson4
EnglandPeter Ebdon0
WalesDominic Dale0
EnglandPeter Ebdon4
AustraliaNeil Robertson2
WalesMark Williams4
WalesMark Williams4
ChinaYan Bingtao1
WalesMark Williams4
ScotlandRoss Muir3
EnglandAnthony Hamiltonw/d
ScotlandRoss Muirw/o
WalesMark Williams2
ChinaCao Yupeng4
IndiaAditya Mehta4
EnglandMichael Holt1
IndiaAditya Mehta3
EnglandBilly Joe Castle4
EnglandBilly Joe Castle4
EnglandMartin Gould3
EnglandBilly Joe Castle3
ChinaCao Yupeng4
ThailandNoppon Saengkham3
ChinaCao Yupeng4
ChinaCao Yupeng4
Republic of IrelandKen Doherty2
WalesJak Jones2
Republic of IrelandKen Doherty4
EnglandJudd Trump9
EnglandStuart Bingham7
ScotlandJohn Higgins4
SwitzerlandAlexander Ursenbacher0
ScotlandJohn Higgins1
EnglandMark Davis4
EnglandMark Davis4
EnglandMatthew Selt1
EnglandMark Davis3
ScotlandAnthony McGill4
ScotlandAnthony McGill4
Northern IrelandJoe Swail3
ScotlandAnthony McGill4
EnglandAlfie Burden0
EnglandAlfie Burden4
ScotlandEden Sharav1
ScotlandAnthony McGill0
ChinaZhou Yuelong4
ChinaChen Zhe1
ThailandThepchaiya Un-Nooh4
ThailandThepchaiya Un-Nooh3
EnglandPeter Lines4
EnglandPeter Lines4
WalesRyan Day2
EnglandPeter Lines1
ChinaZhou Yuelong4
EnglandOliver Lines1
ChinaZhou Yuelong4
ChinaZhou Yuelong4
CyprusMichael Georgiou0
CyprusMichael Georgiou4
EnglandJohn Astley1
ChinaZhou Yuelong4
EnglandStuart Bingham6
EnglandStuart Bingham4
EnglandMitchell Mann2
EnglandStuart Bingham4
ScotlandGraeme Dott0
ScotlandGraeme Dott4
WalesJamie Clarke2
EnglandStuart Bingham4
BelgiumLuca Brecel2
ChinaMei Xiwen3
EnglandChris Wakelin4
EnglandChris Wakelin1
BelgiumLuca Brecel4
BelgiumLuca Brecel4
MalaysiaThor Chuan Leong3
EnglandStuart Bingham4
EnglandMark Selby2
IranSoheil Vahediw/d
EnglandJoe Perryw/o
EnglandJoe Perry2
EnglandJack Lisowski4
EnglandJack Lisowski4
ChinaLi Yuan1
EnglandJack Lisowski3
EnglandMark Selby4
WalesIan Preece2
ChinaLyu Haotian4
ChinaLyu Haotian3
EnglandMark Selby4
ChinaZhao Xintong1
EnglandMark Selby4

Final

Qualifying

These matches were held between 3 and 4 August 2017 at the Preston Guild Hall in Preston, England. All matches were best of 7 frames.

Notes

Century breaks

Qualifying stage centuries

Total: 19

Televised stage centuries

Total: 52

External links

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