2011 World Cup (snooker)

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World Cup
PTT-EGAT Snooker World Cup poster.jpg
Tournament information
Dates 11–17 July 2011
Venue Bangkok Convention Centre
City Bangkok
Country Thailand
Organisation(s) WPBSA
Format Non-ranking event
Total prize fund $700,000
Winner's share $200,000
Highest break 139
Final
Champion  China
Ding Junhui
Liang Wenbo
Runner-up  Northern Ireland
Mark Allen
Gerard Greene
Score 4–2
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The 2011 PTT-EGAT World Cup was a professional non-ranking snooker tournament that took place from 11 to 17 July 2011 at the Bangkok Convention Centre in Bangkok, Thailand.[1][2] It was the 13th edition of the event, and it was televised live by Eurosport.[3]

The tournament was last held 1996 in Thailand, where Scotland consisting of Stephen Hendry, John Higgins and Alan McManus defeated Ireland, represented by Ken Doherty, Fergal O'Brien and Michael Judge, 10–7 in the final.[4]

Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo won the first title for China by defeating Northern Ireland, represented by Mark Allen and Gerard Greene, 4–2 in the final.[5][6]

Prize fund[edit]

[7]

  • Winner: $200,000
  • Runner-Up: $100,000
  • Semi-final: $60,000
  • Quarter-final: $30,000
  • Third in group: $15,000
  • Fourth in group: $12,500
  • Fifth in group: $7,500
  • Highest break, round robin stage: $5,000
  • Highest break, knock-out stage: $15,000
  • Total: $700,000

Format[edit]

Twenty teams of two players each participated in the tournament. The top eight nations were seeded. As the host nation, Thailand was represented by two teams. The teams were drawn into four groups of five. The top two teams in each group have gone through to the quarter-finals.[8] Each match included singles and doubles frames.

Round robin stage[edit]

Each match consisted of five frames and all frames were played. Each player played one frame against each player in the other team plus one doubles frame.[9][10]

Frames were played in following order:[9][10]

  1. Singles (Player 1 vs. Player 1)
  2. Singles (Player 2 vs. Player 2)
  3. Doubles (alternate shots)
  4. Reverse singles (Player 1 vs. Player 2)
  5. Reverse singles (Player 2 vs. Player 1)

One point was awarded in the group for every frame won. If two teams were tied on the same number of points following the group stage then the winner of the match between those two teams was ranked higher in the group. Players were not permitted to play consecutive frames in singles matches.[9][10]

Knock-out stage[edit]

Matches were played over the best of 7 frames with a singles frame to determine winner if match was tied at 3 frames each. Players were not permitted to play consecutive frames in singles matches.[9][10]

Frames were played in following order:[9][10][11]

  1. Singles (Player 1 vs. Player 1)
  2. Singles (Player 2 vs. Player 2)
  3. Doubles (alternate shots)
  4. Reverse singles (Player 1 vs. Player 2)
  5. Reverse singles (Player 2 vs. Player 1)
  6. Doubles (alternate shots)
  7. Singles (players nominated by captain).

Teams and seeding[edit]

[12]

Rank Country Player 1 Player 2
1  Wales Mark Williams Matthew Stevens
2  Scotland John Higgins Stephen Maguire
3  England Mark Selby Ali Carter
4  China Ding Junhui Liang Wenbo
5  Australia Neil Robertson Steve Mifsud
6  Northern Ireland Mark Allen Gerard Greene
7  Hong Kong Marco Fu Fung Kwok Wai
8  Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Fergal O'Brien
 Thailand 1 James Wattana Dechawat Poomjaeng
 Thailand 2 Passakorn Suwannawat Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
 Germany Patrick Einsle Lasse Münstermann
 Brazil Fabio Luersen[13] Noel Rodrigues[14]
 Belgium Bjorn Haneveer Luca Brecel
 Pakistan Sahid Aftab Muhammad Sajjad
 India Aditya Mehta Pankaj Advani
 Afghanistan Mohammad Rais Senzahi Saleh Mohammad
 United Arab Emirates Mohammed Shehab Mohammed Al Joaker
 Poland Kacper Filipiak Krzysztof Wróbel
 Malta Tony Drago Alex Borg
 Egypt Wael Talat Yasser El-Sherbini

Round robin stage[edit]

[2][11][15][16][17]

Group A[edit]

POS Seed Team MP MW ML FW FL PTS
1 1  Wales 4 4 0 14 6 14
2 8  Republic of Ireland 4 2 2 11 9 11
3  Pakistan 4 2 2 10 10 10
4  Germany 4 1 3 9 11 9
5  Egypt 4 1 3 6 14 6
11 July 2011
Pakistan Pakistan 3–2 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland Egypt Egypt 3–2 Germany Germany
Muhammad Sajjad 1–111 Ken Doherty Yasser El-Sherbini 57–27 Lasse Münstermann
Sahid Aftab 79–17 Fergal O'Brien Wael Talat 31–76 Patrick Einsle
Muhammad Sajjad/Sahid Aftab 63–49 Ken Doherty/Fergal O'Brien Yasser El-Sherbini/Wael Talat 73–18 Lasse Münstermann/Patrick Einsle
Sahid Aftab 63–14 Ken Doherty Wael Talat 26–77 Lasse Münstermann
Muhammad Sajjad 6–119 Fergal O'Brien Yasser El-Sherbini 60–28 Patrick Einsle

12 July 2011
Pakistan Pakistan 2–3 Germany Germany Wales Wales 5–0 Egypt Egypt
Sahid Aftab 15–69 Patrick Einsle Mark Williams 60–48 Yasser El-Sherbini
Muhammad Sajjad 43–66 Lasse Münstermann Matthew Stevens 82–14 Wael Talat
Sahid Aftab/Muhammad Sajjad 69–20 Patrick Einsle/Lasse Münstermann Mark Williams/Matthew Stevens 97–9 Yasser El-Sherbini/Wael Talat
Sahid Aftab 28–63 Lasse Münstermann Mark Williams 73–47 Wael Talat
Muhammad Sajjad 63–47 Patrick Einsle Matthew Stevens 67–41 Yasser El-Sherbini

13 July 2011
Egypt Egypt 1–4 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland Wales Wales 3–2 Germany Germany
Wael Talat 43–34 Ken Doherty Mark Williams 56–43 Patrick Einsle
Yasser El-Sherbini 31–54 Fergal O'Brien Matthew Stevens 21–74 Lasse Münstermann
Wael Talat/Yasser El-Sherbini 42–70 Ken Doherty/Fergal O'Brien Mark Williams/Matthew Stevens 90–0 Patrick Einsle/Lasse Münstermann
Wael Talat 43–68 Fergal O'Brien Mark Williams 74–0 Lasse Münstermann
Yasser El-Sherbini 13–55 Ken Doherty Matthew Stevens 14–58 Patrick Einsle

14 July 2011
Wales Wales 3–2 Pakistan Pakistan Germany Germany 2–3 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
Mark Williams 81–21 Sahid Aftab Patrick Einsle 60–24 Ken Doherty
Matthew Stevens 87–0 Muhammad Sajjad Lasse Münstermann 1–79 Fergal O'Brien
Mark Williams/Matthew Stevens 74–37 Sahid Aftab/Muhammad Sajjad Patrick Einsle/Lasse Münstermann 38–64 Ken Doherty/Fergal O'Brien
Mark Williams 53–66 Muhammad Sajjad Patrick Einsle 61–21 Fergal O'Brien
Matthew Stevens 15–61 Sahid Aftab Lasse Münstermann 45–74 Ken Doherty

15 July 2011
Egypt Egypt 2–3 Pakistan Pakistan Wales Wales 3–2 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
Wael Talat 65–30 Sahid Aftab Mark Williams 76–49 Ken Doherty
Yasser El-Sherbini 10–57 Muhammad Sajjad Matthew Stevens 77–56 Fergal O'Brien
Wael Talat/Yasser El-Sherbini 67–35 Sahid Aftab/Muhammad Sajjad Mark Williams/Matthew Stevens 4–58 Ken Doherty/Fergal O'Brien
Wael Talat 48–79 Muhammad Sajjad Mark Williams 75–23 Fergal O'Brien
Yasser El-Sherbini 22–72 Sahid Aftab Matthew Stevens 6–62 Ken Doherty

Group B[edit]

POS Seed Team MP MW ML FW FL PTS
1 4  China 4 4 0 13 7 13
2 5  Australia 4 3 1 13 7 13
3  Malta 4 2 2 12 8 12
4  Thailand 1 4 1 3 8 12 8
5  United Arab Emirates 4 0 4 4 16 4
11 July 2011
Thailand 1 Thailand 1–4 Australia Australia China China 3–2 Malta Malta
James Wattana 27–67 Neil Robertson Ding Junhui 61–64 Tony Drago
Dechawat Poomjaeng 71–1 Steve Mifsud Liang Wenbo 80–1 Alex Borg
James Wattana/Dechawat Poomjaeng 22–71 Neil Robertson/Steve Mifsud Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo 88–26 Tony Drago/Alex Borg
James Wattana 53–81 Steve Mifsud Liang Wenbo 2–65 Tony Drago
Dechawat Poomjaeng 60–79 Neil Robertson Ding Junhui 120–8 Alex Borg

12 July 2011
Malta Malta 2–3 Australia Australia Thailand 1 Thailand 4–1 United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Tony Drago 67–43 Neil Robertson James Wattana 79–48 Mohammed Shehab
Alex Borg 53–77 Steve Mifsud Dechawat Poomjaeng 77–24 Mohammed Al Joaker
Tony Drago/Alex Borg 60–10 Neil Robertson/Steve Mifsud James Wattana/Dechawat Poomjaeng 6–101 Mohammed Shehab/Mohammed Al Joaker
Tony Drago 0–132 Steve Mifsud James Wattana 81–25 Mohammed Al Joaker
Alex Borg 7–63 Neil Robertson Dechawat Poomjaeng 70–21 Mohammed Shehab

13 July 2011
Thailand 1 Thailand 2–3 Malta Malta China China 3–2 United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
James Wattana 55–44 Tony Drago Ding Junhui 15–63 Mohammed Shehab
Dechawat Poomjaeng 24–66 Alex Borg Liang Wenbo 64–18 Mohammed Al Joaker
James Wattana/Dechawat Poomjaeng 27–66 Tony Drago/Alex Borg Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo 49–78 Mohammed Shehab/Mohammed Al Joaker
James Wattana 51–67 Alex Borg Ding Junhui 100–1 Mohammed Al Joaker
Dechawat Poomjaeng 66–59 Tony Drago Liang Wenbo 78–43 Mohammed Shehab

14 July 2011
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 0–5 Malta Malta China China 3–2 Australia Australia
Mohammed Shehab 0–112 Tony Drago Ding Junhui 55–64 Neil Robertson
Mohammed Al Joaker 26–65 Alex Borg Liang Wenbo 75–31 Steve Mifsud
Mohammed Shehab/Mohammed Al Joaker 25–63 Tony Drago/Alex Borg Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo 75–21 Neil Robertson/Steve Mifsud
Mohammed Shehab 32–80 Alex Borg Ding Junhui 75–18 Steve Mifsud
Mohammed Al Joaker 13–106 Tony Drago Liang Wenbo 42–74 Neil Robertson

15 July 2011
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 1–4 Australia Australia Thailand 1 Thailand 1–4 China China
Mohammed Shehab 1–66 Neil Robertson James Wattana 27–62 Ding Junhui
Mohammed Al Joaker 0–88 Steve Mifsud Dechawat Poomjaeng 29–72 Liang Wenbo
Mohammed Shehab/Mohammed Al Joaker 1–77 Neil Robertson/Steve Mifsud James Wattana/Dechawat Poomjaeng 77–21 Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo
Mohammed Shehab 78–49 Steve Mifsud Dechawat Poomjaeng 1–71 Liang Wenbo
Mohammed Al Joaker 45–63 Neil Robertson James Wattana 0–95 Ding Junhui

Group C[edit]

POS Seed Team MP MW ML FW FL PTS
1 3  England 4 4 0 14 6 14
2 6  Northern Ireland 4 3 1 13 7 13
3  India 4 2 2 9 11 9
4  Belgium 4 0 4 8 12 8
5  Brazil 4 1 3 6 14 6
11 July 2011
Brazil Brazil 3–2 Belgium Belgium India India 1–4 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Noel Rodrigues 86–25 Bjorn Haneveer Pankaj Advani 25–96 Gerard Greene
Fabio Luersen 55–46 Luca Brecel Aditya Mehta 0–108 Mark Allen
Noel Rodrigues/Fabio Luersen 27–61 Bjorn Haneveer/Luca Brecel Pankaj Advani/Aditya Mehta 44–64 Gerard Greene/Mark Allen
Fabio Luersen 62–26 Bjorn Haneveer Pankaj Advani 52–77 Mark Allen
Noel Rodrigues 8–59 Luca Brecel Aditya Mehta 71–32 Gerard Greene

12 July 2011
India India 3–2 Belgium Belgium England England 4–1 Brazil Brazil
Pankaj Advani 33–94 Luca Brecel Mark Selby 59–45 Fabio Luersen
Aditya Mehta 64–4 Bjorn Haneveer Ali Carter 90–0 Noel Rodrigues
Pankaj Advani/Aditya Mehta 65–66 Luca Brecel/Bjorn Haneveer Mark Selby/Ali Carter 54–91 Fabio Luersen/Noel Rodrigues
Aditya Mehta 74–43 Luca Brecel Mark Selby 124–0 Noel Rodrigues
Pankaj Advani 64–58 Bjorn Haneveer Ali Carter 69–7 Fabio Luersen

13 July 2011
Brazil Brazil 1–4 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland England England 3–2 Belgium Belgium
Fabio Luersen 1–75 Mark Allen Mark Selby 79–7 Bjorn Haneveer
Noel Rodrigues 33–65 Gerard Greene Ali Carter 4–69 Luca Brecel
Fabio Luersen/Noel Rodrigues 1–67 Mark Allen/Gerard Greene Mark Selby/Ali Carter 78–0 Bjorn Haneveer/Luca Brecel
Fabio Luersen 27–71 Gerard Greene Mark Selby 102–28 Luca Brecel
Noel Rodrigues 82–13 Mark Allen Ali Carter 6–67 Bjorn Haneveer

14 July 2011
Belgium Belgium 2–3 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland England England 4–1 India India
Bjorn Haneveer 0–96 Mark Allen Mark Selby 79–25 Aditya Mehta
Luca Brecel 20–53 Gerard Greene Ali Carter 70–18 Pankaj Advani
Bjorn Haneveer/Luca Brecel 66–14 Mark Allen/Gerard Greene Mark Selby/Ali Carter 49–70 Aditya Mehta/Pankaj Advani
Bjorn Haneveer 12–69 Gerard Greene Mark Selby 76–4 Pankaj Advani
Luca Brecel 128–1 Mark Allen Ali Carter 57–5 Aditya Mehta

15 July 2011
Brazil Brazil 1–4 India India England England 3–2 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Fabio Luersen 29–70 Aditya Mehta Mark Selby 70–13 Mark Allen
Noel Rodrigues 52–62 Pankaj Advani Ali Carter 10–60 Gerard Greene
Fabio Luersen/Noel Rodrigues 0–87 Aditya Mehta/Pankaj Advani Mark Selby/Ali Carter 13–110 Mark Allen/Gerard Greene
Fabio Luersen 68–78 Pankaj Advani Mark Selby 119–0 Gerard Greene
Noel Rodrigues 97–29 Aditya Mehta Ali Carter 64–14 Mark Allen

Group D[edit]

POS Seed Team MP MW ML FW FL PTS
1 2  Scotland 4 4 0 13 7 13
2 7  Hong Kong 4 2 2 11 9 11
3  Thailand 2 4 2 2 10 10 10
4  Afghanistan 4 1 3 9 11 9
5  Poland 4 1 3 7 13 7
11 July 2011
Thailand 2 Thailand 3–2 Afghanistan Afghanistan Hong Kong Hong Kong 2–3 Poland Poland
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 112–5 Mohammad Rais Senzahi Marco Fu 43–61 Kacper Filipiak
Passakorn Suwannawat 0–78 Saleh Mohammad Fung Kwok Wai 61–75 Krzysztof Wróbel
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh/Passakorn Suwannawat 57–48 Mohammad Rais Senzahi/Saleh Mohammad Marco Fu/Fung Kwok Wai 37–80 Kacper Filipiak/Krzysztof Wróbel
Passakorn Suwannawat 40–88 Mohammad Rais Senzahi Fung Kwok Wai 84–8 Kacper Filipiak
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 82–37 Saleh Mohammad Marco Fu 60–29 Krzysztof Wróbel

12 July 2011
Scotland Scotland 3–2 Poland Poland Afghanistan Afghanistan 2–3 Hong Kong Hong Kong
John Higgins 3–76 Kacper Filipiak Mohammad Rais Senzahi 72–45 Marco Fu
Stephen Maguire 75–31 Krzysztof Wróbel Saleh Mohammad 43–80 Fung Kwok Wai
John Higgins/Stephen Maguire 59–47 Kacper Filipiak/Krzysztof Wróbel Mohammad Rais Senzahi/Saleh Mohammad 63–66 Marco Fu/Fung Kwok Wai
John Higgins 66–18 Krzysztof Wróbel Mohammad Rais Senzahi 66–12 Fung Kwok Wai
Stephen Maguire 36–70 Kacper Filipiak Saleh Mohammad 0–75 Marco Fu

13 July 2011
Scotland Scotland 4–1 Afghanistan Afghanistan Thailand 2 Thailand 1–4 Hong Kong Hong Kong
John Higgins 80–16 Mohammad Rais Senzahi Passakorn Suwannawat 78–38 Marco Fu
Stephen Maguire 74–0 Saleh Mohammad Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 15–61 Fung Kwok Wai
John Higgins/Stephen Maguire 66–45 Mohammad Rais Senzahi/Saleh Mohammad Passakorn Suwannawat/Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 57–66 Marco Fu/Fung Kwok Wai
John Higgins 14–82 Saleh Mohammad Passakorn Suwannawat 46–79 Fung Kwok Wai
Stephen Maguire 53–51 Mohammad Rais Senzahi Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 27–64 Marco Fu

14 July 2011
Poland Poland 1–4 Afghanistan Afghanistan Scotland Scotland 3–2 Thailand Thailand 2
Kacper Filipiak 80–19 Mohammad Rais Senzahi John Higgins 47–93 Passakorn Suwannawat
Krzysztof Wróbel 24–92 Saleh Mohammad Stephen Maguire 100–3 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Kacper Filipiak/Krzysztof Wróbel 25–66 Mohammad Rais Senzahi/Saleh Mohammad John Higgins/Stephen Maguire 0–109 Passakorn Suwannawat/Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Kacper Filipiak 7–58 Saleh Mohammad John Higgins 61–20 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Krzysztof Wróbel 52–74 Mohammad Rais Senzahi Stephen Maguire 86–0 Passakorn Suwannawat

15 July 2011
Thailand 2 Thailand 4–1 Poland Poland Scotland Scotland 3–2 Hong Kong Hong Kong
Passakorn Suwannawat 139–0 Kacper Filipiak John Higgins 72–18 Marco Fu
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 66–13 Krzysztof Wróbel Stephen Maguire 129–4 Fung Kwok Wai
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh/Passakorn Suwannawat 1–51 Kacper Filipiak/Krzysztof Wróbel John Higgins/Stephen Maguire 4–99 Marco Fu/Fung Kwok Wai
Passakorn Suwannawat 68–10 Krzysztof Wróbel John Higgins 93–9 Fung Kwok Wai
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 82–21 Kacper Filipiak Stephen Maguire 17–63 Marco Fu

Knock-out stage[edit]

[2][15][16][17]

Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 7 frames
Final
Best of 7 frames
                 
A1  Wales 4
B2  Australia 2
A1  Wales 1
B1  China 4
B1  China 4
A2  Republic of Ireland 1
B1  China 4
C2  Northern Ireland 2
C1  England 3
D2  Hong Kong 4
D2  Hong Kong 3
C2  Northern Ireland 4
D1  Scotland 3
C2  Northern Ireland 4

Quarter-finals[edit]

16 July 2011
Wales Wales 4–2 Australia Australia China China 4–1 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
Mark Williams 96–10 Neil Robertson Ding Junhui 81–40 Ken Doherty
Matthew Stevens 65–51 Steve Mifsud Liang Wenbo 92–65 Fergal O'Brien
Mark Williams/Matthew Stevens 42–64 Neil Robertson/Steve Mifsud Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo 8–76 Ken Doherty/Fergal O'Brien
Mark Williams 75–7 Steve Mifsud Ding Junhui 76–17 Fergal O'Brien
Matthew Stevens 25–61 Neil Robertson Liang Wenbo 70–8 Ken Doherty
Mark Williams/Matthew Stevens 77–39 Steve Mifsud/Neil Robertson

England England 3–4 Hong Kong Hong Kong Scotland Scotland 3–4 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Mark Selby 17–71 Marco Fu John Higgins 50–60 Mark Allen
Ali Carter 57–22 Fung Kwok Wai Stephen Maguire 0–75 Gerard Greene
Mark Selby/Ali Carter 25–64 Marco Fu/Fung Kwok Wai John Higgins/Stephen Maguire 77–24 Mark Allen/Gerard Greene
Mark Selby 70–34 Fung Kwok Wai John Higgins 85–0 Gerard Greene
Ali Carter 74–20 Marco Fu Stephen Maguire 0–140 Mark Allen
Mark Selby/Ali Carter 69–82 Fung Kwok Wai/Marco Fu John Higgins/Stephen Maguire 69–63 Gerard Greene/Mark Allen
Mark Selby 2–75 Marco Fu John Higgins 27–86 Mark Allen

Semi-finals[edit]

17 July 2011
Wales Wales 1–4 China China Hong Kong Hong Kong 3–4 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Mark Williams 78–85 Ding Junhui Marco Fu 9–73 Mark Allen
Matthew Stevens 96–25 Liang Wenbo Fung Kwok Wai 8–74 Gerard Greene
Mark Williams/Matthew Stevens 6–100 Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo Marco Fu/Fung Kwok Wai 63–26 Mark Allen/Gerard Greene
Mark Williams 50–64 Liang Wenbo Marco Fu 0–88 Gerard Greene
Matthew Stevens 21–77 Ding Junhui Fung Kwok Wai 80–0 Mark Allen
      Marco Fu/Fung Kwok Wai 70–43 Gerard Greene/Mark Allen
      Marco Fu[18] 0–102 Mark Allen[18]

Final[edit]

17 July 2011
China China 4–2 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Ding Junhui 121–1 Mark Allen
Liang Wenbo 77–0 Gerard Greene
Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo 77–36 Mark Allen/Gerard Greene
Ding Junhui 18–109 Gerard Greene
Liang Wenbo 55–69 Mark Allen
Ding Junhui/Liang Wenbo 89–0 Gerard Greene/Mark Allen

Century breaks[edit]

Breaks in bold were made during the knock-out stage.[19][20]

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