2017 Riga Masters

The 2017 Kaspersky Riga Masters was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place between 23–25 June 2017 at the Arena Riga in Riga, Latvia. It was the first ranking event of the 2017/2018 season. The tournament was broadcast by Eurosport.

Neil Robertson was the defending champion, but he lost in the first round to Lukas Kleckers.

Ryan Day claimed the first ranking title of his career by defeating Stephen Maguire 5–2 in the final.

Prize fund

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

The "rolling 147 prize" for a maximum break stood at £10,000

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 9 frames
Final
Best of 9 frames
 
                      
 
 
 
 
ThailandThepchaiya Un-Nooh4
 
 
 
CyprusMichael Georgiou1
 
ThailandThepchaiya Un-Nooh3
 
 
 
ScotlandAnthony McGill4
 
EnglandStuart Carrington3
 
 
 
ScotlandAnthony McGill4
 
ScotlandAnthony McGill4
 
 
 
EnglandJimmy White1
 
NorwayKurt Maflin4
 
 
 
ScotlandAlan McManus3
 
NorwayKurt Maflin2
 
 
 
EnglandJimmy White4
 
ScotlandEden Sharav3
 
 
 
EnglandJimmy White4
 
ScotlandAnthony McGill2
 
 
 
Republic of IrelandKen Doherty4
 
EnglandGary Wilson0
 
 
 
Republic of IrelandKen Doherty4
 
Republic of IrelandKen Doherty4
 
 
 
FinlandRobin Hull2
 
FinlandRobin Hull4
 
 
 
LatviaRodion Judin2
 
Republic of IrelandKen Doherty4
 
 
 
ChinaZhang Anda2
 
MaltaAlex Borg1
 
 
 
ChinaZhang Anda4
 
ChinaZhang Anda4
 
 
 
EnglandHammad Miah3
 
EnglandHammad Miah4
 
 
 
EnglandTom Ford0
 
Republic of IrelandKen Doherty4
 
 
 
ScotlandStephen Maguire5
 
EnglandJimmy Robertsonw/d
 
 
 
EnglandJohn Astleyw/o
 
EnglandJohn Astley1
 
 
 
EnglandAndrew Higginson4
 
EnglandJamie Curtis-Barrett0
 
 
 
EnglandAndrew Higginson4
 
EnglandAndrew Higginson4
 
 
 
EnglandMark Davis3
 
EnglandStuart Bingham0
 
 
 
EnglandMark Davis4
 
EnglandMark Davis4
 
 
 
EnglandSam Craigie2
 
EnglandSam Craigie4
 
 
 
WalesJamie Jones3
 
EnglandAndrew Higginson3
 
 
 
ScotlandStephen Maguire4
 
WalesMatthew Stevens1
 
 
 
EnglandJack Lisowski4
 
EnglandJack Lisowski4
 
 
 
GermanyLukas Kleckers2
 
AustraliaNeil Robertson3
 
 
 
GermanyLukas Kleckers4
 
EnglandJack Lisowski0
 
 
 
ScotlandStephen Maguire4
 
EnglandOliver Lines4
 
 
 
EnglandChristopher Keogan1
 
EnglandOliver Lines3
 
 
 
ScotlandStephen Maguire4
 
ScotlandStephen Maguire4
 
 
 
Northern IrelandGerard Greene0
 
ScotlandStephen Maguire2
 
 
 
WalesRyan Day5
 
IranHossein Vafaeiw/o
 
 
 
EnglandMark Kingw/d
 
IranHossein Vafaei0
 
 
 
EnglandPaul Davison4
 
EnglandPaul Davison4
 
 
 
ChinaZhou Yuelong2
 
EnglandPaul Davison1
 
 
 
EnglandJoe Perry4
 
EnglandDavid Gilbert3
 
 
 
EnglandJoe Perry4
 
EnglandJoe Perry4
 
 
 
ChinaTian Pengfei0
 
ChinaTian Pengfei4
 
 
 
WalesBen Jones1
 
EnglandJoe Perry0
 
 
 
WalesRyan Day4
 
ChinaWang Yuchenw/d
 
 
 
EnglandRobert Milkinsw/o
 
EnglandRobert Milkins1
 
 
 
WalesRyan Day4
 
EnglandBarry Hawkins3
 
 
 
WalesRyan Day4
 
WalesRyan Day4
 
 
 
EnglandKyren Wilson3
 
EnglandCraig Steadmanw/o
 
 
 
ChinaChen Zifanw/d
 
EnglandCraig Steadman3
 
 
 
EnglandKyren Wilson4
 
EnglandBen Woollaston2
 
 
 
EnglandKyren Wilson4
 
WalesRyan Day5
 
 
 
WalesMark Williams4
 
EnglandNigel Bond4
 
 
 
WalesJackson Page1
 
EnglandNigel Bond2
 
 
 
EnglandMark Joyce4
 
ChinaXiao Guodong1
 
 
 
EnglandMark Joyce4
 
EnglandMark Joyce4
 
 
 
EnglandSam Baird2
 
ThailandNoppon Saengkham4
 
 
 
ChinaCao Yupeng2
 
ThailandNoppon Saengkham2
 
 
 
EnglandSam Baird4
 
EnglandSam Baird4
 
 
 
WalesMichael White0
 
EnglandMark Joyce1
 
 
 
WalesMark Williams4
 
SwitzerlandAlexander Ursenbacher4
 
 
 
EnglandElliot Slessor0
 
SwitzerlandAlexander Ursenbacher2
 
 
 
EnglandRobbie Williams4
 
EnglandRobbie Williams4
 
 
 
EnglandAshley Carty0
 
EnglandRobbie Williams2
 
 
 
WalesMark Williams4
 
WalesMark Williams4
 
 
 
EnglandPeter Ebdon1
 
WalesMark Williams4
 
 
 
BelgiumLuca Brecel1
 
BelgiumLuca Brecel4
 
 
WalesLee Walker3
 

Final

Qualifying

These matches were played between 31 May and 2 June 2017 at the Preston Guild Hall in Preston, England. All matches were best of 7 frames.

Notes

Century breaks

Main stage centuries

Total: 24

Qualifying stage centuries

Total: 14

Uses material from the Wikipedia article 2017 Riga Masters, released under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license.