A busy July of snooker kicks off with the Wuxi Classic in China, the draw for which has been announced today.

Shaun Murphy will defend his title in a high quality field that includes Ding Junhui, Mark Selby and Ali Carter.

Former world champions Peter Ebdon and Graeme Dott are also in action, as is former UK champions Stephen Maguire and Matthew Stevens.

The full draw is available on worldsnooker.com.

The day after the tournament, the newly revived World Cup begins in Thailand and, the day after that, the Australian Goldfields Open starts in Bendigo.

So that's 19 days of continuous snooker - in July!


Anonymous said...

will this be on eurosport ?

Dave H said...

Don't know yet

Anonymous said...

I don't believe the Wuxi Classic will be televised, but any idea who will televise the World Cup?

Anonymous said...

Rolf Kalb wrote in the German Eurosport forum, Eurosport will show the Wuxi Classic, World Cup and Australian Open, but they don't know yet, when, where and how much.

A little bit preplexed said...

The same really wanna watch the World Cup please does any1 wich channel it will b shown in?

kimball said...

In Eurosport International, Wuxi Classic a session a day and 2 on sunday.
World Cup is scheduled for a session
a day 15-17th.
Australia has 2 sessions a day 22-24.

British Eurosport has there own programming.
All above might expand a bit and it also means that it will be available
on e-sport player.