2017 International Championship

The 2017 OPPO International Championship was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place from 29 October to 5 November 2017 in Daqing, China. It was the eighth ranking event of the 2017/2018 season.

Qualifying for the tournament took place between 26–30 September 2017 in Preston.

Mark Selby was the defending champion, having beaten Ding Junhui 10–1 in the 2016 final. Selby retained his title by beating Mark Allen 10–7 in the final of this year's edition.

Kyren Wilson made the 133rd official maximum break in the 10th frame of his last 32 match against Martin Gould. It was Wilson's first professional maximum break.

Prize fund

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

The "rolling 147 prize" for a maximum break stood at £5,000

Main draw

Last 64
Best of 11 frames
Last 32
Best of 11 frames
Last 16
Best of 11 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 11 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 17 frames
Final
Best of 19 frames
                  
EnglandMark Selby6
ChinaCao Yupeng4
EnglandMark Selby6
EnglandTom Ford4
EnglandTom Ford6
WalesIan Preece5
EnglandMark Selby6
WalesMark Williams4
WalesRyan Day6
NorwayKurt Maflin5
WalesRyan Day2
WalesMark Williams6
WalesMark Williams6
ChinaYu Delu4
EnglandMark Selby6
EnglandRobbie Williams2
EnglandSam Craigie3
EnglandJoe Perry6
EnglandJoe Perry3
EnglandRobbie Williams6
EnglandRobbie Williamsw/o
EnglandStuart Bingham
EnglandRobbie Williams6
AustraliaNeil Robertson2
EnglandMatthew Selt6
EnglandMichael Holt3
EnglandMatthew Selt5
AustraliaNeil Robertson6
EnglandGary Wilson2
AustraliaNeil Robertson6
EnglandMark Selby9
EnglandMartin Gould3
EnglandShaun Murphy6
ChinaMei Xiwen5
EnglandShaun Murphy6
ChinaZhang Yong1
ScotlandAlan McManus3
ChinaZhang Yong6
EnglandShaun Murphy2
EnglandAli Carter6
EnglandAli Carter6
EnglandAndrew Higginson3
EnglandAli Carter6
ScotlandStephen Maguire1
ScotlandStephen Maguire6
EnglandJohn Astley2
EnglandAli Carter5
EnglandMartin Gould6
EnglandDavid Grace3
EnglandMartin Gould6
EnglandMartin Gould6
EnglandKyren Wilson5
ChinaTian Pengfei5
EnglandKyren Wilson6
EnglandMartin Gould6
EnglandRobert Milkins4
EnglandRobert Milkins6
ScotlandGraeme Dott2
EnglandRobert Milkins6
EnglandOliver Lines4
EnglandOliver Lines6
ChinaDing Junhui4
EnglandMark Selby10
Northern IrelandMark Allen7
EnglandJudd Trump6
EnglandIan Burns0
EnglandJudd Trump6
EnglandJimmy Robertson3
FinlandRobin Hull5
EnglandJimmy Robertson6
EnglandJudd Trump6
ChinaLiang Wenbo3
ChinaLiang Wenbo6
WalesLee Walker5
ChinaLiang Wenbo6
ChinaLi Hang4
EnglandDavid Gilbert1
ChinaLi Hang6
EnglandJudd Trump5
Northern IrelandMark Allen6
EnglandRory McLeod1
EnglandMark King6
EnglandMark King5
Northern IrelandMark Allen6
ChinaZhao Xintong4
Northern IrelandMark Allen6
Northern IrelandMark Allen6
EnglandMartin O'Donnell5
EnglandMartin O'Donnell6
EnglandSanderson Lam3
EnglandMartin O'Donnell6
ThailandSunny Akani5
IranHossein Vafaeiw/d
ThailandSunny Akaniw/o
Northern IrelandMark Allen9
ChinaYan Bingtao2
EnglandBarry Hawkins2
EnglandJack Lisowski6
EnglandJack Lisowski6
ChinaXiao Guodong4
ScotlandEden Sharav2
ChinaXiao Guodong6
EnglandJack Lisowski4
ChinaYan Bingtao6
EnglandRonnie O'Sullivan1
ChinaYan Bingtao6
ChinaYan Bingtao6
EnglandRicky Walden4
EnglandRicky Walden6
EnglandPeter Ebdon5
ChinaYan Bingtao6
ScotlandJohn Higgins2
EnglandMark Joyce6
ScotlandAnthony McGill2
EnglandMark Joyce6
BelgiumLuca Brecel2
ChinaLi Yuan1
BelgiumLuca Brecel6
EnglandMark Joyce1
ScotlandJohn Higgins6
WalesDominic Dale6
EnglandBen Woollaston3
WalesDominic Dale2
ScotlandJohn Higgins6
ChinaNiu Zhuang1
ScotlandJohn Higgins6
Notes

Final

Qualifying

These matches were held between 26 September and 29 September 2017 at the Preston Guild Hall in Preston, England. Matches involving top players Mark Selby, John Higgins, Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo were held-over to the main venue, as well as matches involving Chinese players who participated in 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games: Zhou Yuelong, Zhao Xintong, Yan Bingtao and Lyu Haotian. These were played on 29 October 2017 in China. All matches were best of 11 frames.

Century breaks

Qualifying stage centuries

Total: 39

Televised stage centuries

Total: 75

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