Snooker season 2012/2013

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Snooker season 2012/2013
Details
Duration 16 May 2012–6 May 2013
Tournaments 33
Triple Crown winners
UK Championship England Mark Selby
Masters England Mark Selby
World Championship England Ronnie O'Sullivan

The 2012/2013 snooker season was a series of snooker tournaments played during 2012 and 2013. The season featured two new ranking events; the Wuxi Classic and the International Championship. The tour had a record five ranking events in China, and three new PTC events in Asia. The tour also visited Bulgaria for the first time in its history,[1] and returned to Poland, Belgium and Australia. Before the start of the season World Snooker requested every player to sign a players contract, that would allow players to choose which events they want to enter – no player was forced to play in any event.[2] At the end of the season Mark Selby was named the World Snooker Player of the Year, the Snooker Writers Player of the Year and the Fans Player of the Year and Ian Burns the Rookie of the Year. Ronnie O'Sullivan received the "Performance of the Year" for winning his fifth World title after playing just one competitive match during the season. Jimmy Robertson's 57 break in just 130 seconds at the Snooker Shoot-Out received the "The Magic Moment of the Year" award. Terry Griffiths, Joe Johnson, Peter Ebdon, Ken Doherty, Graeme Dott, Shaun Murphy and Neil Robertson were inducted into the Hall of Fame.[3]

The season had a total of £7.1 million of prize money.[4] The World Championship, the UK Championship, the International Championship and the Masters were the four biggest tournaments in terms of prize money with the total pot being over half a million pounds at each event.[5] A further £5,000 was on offer at the televised stages of each ranking event for any player who compiled a maximum break and this prize rolled over from one tournament to the next if not won. A £500 rolling prize was given to any player who completed the feat in the qualifying stages of ranking events. A separate £500 rolling prize was also available in all the PTC events, but this prize was excluded from the Asian PTCs. If at any tournament a 147 was made by more than one player, then the prize was equally shared.[6]

Players[edit]

Countries  Australia
 Belgium  Canada  China  Egypt
 England  India  Iran  Malta
 Norway  Scotland  Thailand  Wales

The 2012/2013 season was made up of 99 professional players. The top 64 players after the 2012 World Championships automatically qualified for the 2012/2013 season as did the top eight who were not in the top 64 from the Players Tour Championship Order of Merit. Another twelve places were available through Q School; the rest of the places on to the tour came from amateur events and national governing body nominations. All players except those in the top 64 received a tour card for two seasons.[7] Listed below are the players who qualified for the 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 season.

Calendar[edit]

The following table outlines the results and dates for all the ranking and major invitational events.[26][27][28]

Date[n 3] Rank Tournament name Venue City Winner Runner-up Score References
05–16 05–20  AUT Austrian Open BRP-Hall Wels Wales Mark Williams England Matthew Couch 6–5 [29]
06–07 06–10  ENG Pink Ribbon South West Snooker Academy Gloucester England Stuart Bingham England Peter Lines 4–0 [30][31]
06–18 06–22  CHN PT Asian Players Tour Championship – Event 1 Zhangjiagang Sports Center Zhangjiagang England Stuart Bingham England Stephen Lee 4–3 [32]
06–25 07–01  CHN WR Wuxi Classic Wuxi City Sports Park Stadium Wuxi England Ricky Walden England Stuart Bingham 10–4 [33]
07–02 07–07  THA Six-red World Championship Montien Riverside Hotel Bangkok England Mark Davis England Shaun Murphy 8–4 [34]
07–09 07–15  AUS WR Australian Goldfields Open Bendigo Stadium Bendigo England Barry Hawkins England Peter Ebdon 9–3 [35]
07–18 07–22  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 1 South West Snooker Academy Gloucester Scotland Stephen Maguire England Jack Lisowski 4–3 [36]
08–08 08–12  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 2 South West Snooker Academy Gloucester England Martin Gould Scotland Stephen Maguire 4–3 [37]
08–23 08–26  GER PT European Tour – Event 1[n 4] Stadthalle Fürth England Mark Selby Northern Ireland Joe Swail 4–1 [38]
09–05 09–09  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 3 South West Snooker Academy Gloucester England Rod Lawler Hong Kong Marco Fu 4–2 [39]
09–11 09–14  HKG General Cup General Snooker Club Hong Kong Australia Neil Robertson England Ricky Walden 7–6 [40]
09–17 09–23  CHN WR Shanghai Masters Shanghai Grand Stage Shanghai Scotland John Higgins England Judd Trump 10–9 [41]
09–23 09–27  CHN PT Asian Players Tour Championship – Event 2 Yixing Sports Centre Yixing England Stephen Lee China Ding Junhui 4–0 [42]
08–16 08–18  ENG PT European Tour – Event 2[n 5] World Snooker Academy Sheffield Australia Neil Robertson Scotland Jamie Burnett 4–3 [43]
10–05 10–07  POL Gdynia Sports Arena Gdynia
10–17 10–21  BEL PT European Tour – Event 3[n 6] Lotto Arena Antwerp Northern Ireland Mark Allen England Mark Selby 4–1 [44]
10–27 10–28  ENG World Seniors Championship Mountbatten Centre Portsmouth England Nigel Bond Wales Tony Chappel 2–0 [45]
10–28 11–04  CHN WR International Championship Sichuan International Tennis Center Chengdu England Judd Trump Australia Neil Robertson 10–8 [46]
11–05 11–09  CHN PT Asian Players Tour Championship – Event 3 Henan Province Sports Stadium Zhengzhou England Stuart Bingham China Li Hang 4–3 [47]
11–11 11–14  ENG PT Players Tour Championship – Event 4[n 7] South West Snooker Academy Gloucester Scotland John Higgins England Judd Trump 4–2 [48]
11–15 11–18  BUL PT European Tour – Event 4[n 8] Princess Hotel Sofia England Judd Trump Scotland John Higgins 4–0 [49]
08–16 11–25  ENG Premier League Snooker Grimsby Auditorium Grimsby England Stuart Bingham England Judd Trump 7–2 [50]
12–01 12–09  ENG WR UK Championship Barbican Centre York England Mark Selby England Shaun Murphy 10–6 [51]
12–13 12–16  SCO PT European Tour – Event 5[n 9] Ravenscraig Sports Facility Ravenscraig China Ding Junhui Scotland Anthony McGill 4–2 [52]
11–26 11–27  ENG PT European Tour – Event 6[n 10] World Snooker Academy Sheffield England Mark Selby Scotland Graeme Dott 4–3 [53]
01–04 01–06  GER Event Forum Fürstenfeldbruck
01–13 01–20  ENG Masters Alexandra Palace London England Mark Selby Australia Neil Robertson 10–6 [54]
01–25 01–27  ENG Snooker Shoot-Out Circus Arena Blackpool England Martin Gould Northern Ireland Mark Allen 1–0 [55]
01–30 02–03  GER WR German Masters Tempodrom Berlin England Ali Carter Hong Kong Marco Fu 9–6 [56]
02–11 02–17  WAL WR Welsh Open Newport Centre Newport Scotland Stephen Maguire England Stuart Bingham 9–8 [57]
02–25 03–03  CHN WR World Open Hainan International Exhibition Center Haikou Northern Ireland Mark Allen Wales Matthew Stevens 10–4 [58]
03–12 03–17  IRL PT/WR Players Tour Championship – Finals Bailey Allen Hall Galway China Ding Junhui Australia Neil Robertson 4–3 [59]
01–07 03–21  ENG Championship League Crondon Park Golf Club Stock England Martin Gould England Ali Carter 3–2 [60]
03–25 03–31  CHN WR China Open Beijing University Students' Gymnasium Beijing Australia Neil Robertson England Mark Selby 10–6 [61]
04–20 05–06  ENG WR World Snooker Championship Crucible Theatre Sheffield England Ronnie O'Sullivan England Barry Hawkins 18–12 [62]
WR = World ranking event
PT = Players Tour Championship 2012/13 event
Other, non-ranking event
Variant event

Official rankings[edit]

World ranking points[edit]

No.  Ch 
[n 11]
Player[70] 10/11 11/12 PTC WUC AO SM IC UK GM WEO WOO CO WC 12/13 1 2 3 4 Total[71]
Season[n 12] Tournament[n 13] Season Cut-off point[n 14]
1 Steady Selby, Mark England Selby, MarkMark Selby 0 36480 10240 3500 700 980 3040 8000 2500 1400 3500 5600 3800 43260 77485 76620 81380 80940 79740
2 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg5 Robertson, Neil Australia Robertson, NeilNeil Robertson 0 37020 8520 980 1900 2660 6400 4000 3200 1900 4480 7000 1400 42440 62980 65180 65540 79460 79460
3 Red Arrow Down.svg1 Trump, Judd England Trump, JuddJudd Trump 0 35620 8240 2660 5600 8000 1120 1400 3200 3500 980 6400 41100 72075 79155 79275 78320 76720
4 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg2 Murphy, Shaun England Murphy, ShaunShaun Murphy 0 27900 4800 980 2500 4480 5120 6400 2500 1400 2660 4480 5000 40320 63925 67140 68220 67020 68220
5 Red Arrow Down.svg1 Maguire, Stephen Scotland Maguire, StephenStephen Maguire 0 34520 7760 980 2660 3040 3040 1400 5000 2660 4480 1400 32420 63980 63080 60320 66940 66940
6 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg10 Bingham, Stuart England Bingham, StuartStuart Bingham 0 22340 9120 5600 700 3500 1120 4000 1400 4000 2660 3500 5000 40600 53700 54575 55255 61740 62940
7 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg5 Allen, Mark Northern Ireland Allen, MarkMark Allen 0 30340 6820 2660 2660 4000 1120 1900 1900 7000 2660 1400 32120 53485 59800 56360 66060 62460
8 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg7 Walden, Ricky England Walden, RickyRicky Walden 0 23725 5200 7000 700 2660 4000 1120 1400 1400 3500 2660 6400 36040 54245 54125 53165 54765 59765
9 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg13 Hawkins, Barry England Hawkins, BarryBarry Hawkins 0 19860 8220 1960 5000 1960 920 3040 3200 1400 2660 2660 8000 39020 47700 46915 47915 54680 58880
10 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg1 Ding, Junhui China Ding, JunhuiDing Junhui 0 23580 11720 980 1900 980 3040 1120 1900 3200 3500 980 5000 34320 56220 54280 53840 59300 57900
11 Red Arrow Down.svg6 Higgins, John Scotland Higgins, JohnJohn Higgins 0 29320 7040 7000 1120 3040 575 1400 4480 980 1400 27035 61680 72040 70680 64955 56355
12 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg1 Dott, Graeme Scotland Dott, GraemeGraeme Dott 0 25380 5440 3500 3500 1120 3040 1900 1900 2660 2660 3800 29520 52225 52740 52500 56100 54900
13 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg6 Davis, Mark England Davis, MarkMark Davis 0 21130 6760 4480 3200 1960 3040 5120 575 575 980 2660 3800 33150 48210 46670 50190 51630 54280
14 Red Arrow Down.svg4 Stevens, Matthew Wales Stevens, MatthewMatthew Stevens 0 27080 4280 0 1900 980 3040 4000 2500 1900 5600 980 1400 26580 53900 50140 52660 55060 53660
15 Red Arrow Down.svg12 Williams, Mark Wales Williams, MarkMark Williams 0 26680 7680 3500 4480 1120 1120 1400 1400 980 3500 1400 26580 67740 64400 60320 58260 53260
16 Green Arrow Up Darker.svg1 Carter, Ali England Carter, AliAli Carter 0 21700 6620 980 700 3500 2240 5120 5000 575 0 2660 3800 31195 48900 47000 51760 52895 52895
  Player did not enter tournament.

Points distribution[edit]

2012/2013 points distribution for world ranking and minor-ranking events[79]

Tournament Round → R96 R80 R64 R48 R32 R16 QF SF F W
Wuxi Classic Unseeded loser 560 910 1260 1610 1960 2660 3500 4480 5600 7000
Seeded loser 280 455 630 805 980
Australian Goldfields Open Unseeded loser 400 650 900 1150 1400 1900 2500 3200 4000 5000
Seeded loser 200 325 450 575 700
Shanghai Masters Unseeded loser 560 910 1260 1610 1960 2660 3500 4480 5600 7000
Seeded loser 280 455 630 805 980
International Championship Unseeded loser 640 1040 1440 1840 2240 3040 4000 5120 6400 8000
Seeded loser 320 520 720 920 1120
UK Championship Unseeded loser 640 1040 1440 1840 2240 3040 4000 5120 6400 8000
Seeded loser 320 520 720 920 1120
German Masters Unseeded loser 900 1150 1400 1900 2500 3200 4000 5000
Seeded loser 450 575
Welsh Open Unseeded loser 900 1150 1400 1900 2500 3200 4000 5000
Seeded loser 450 575
World Open Unseeded loser 560 910 1260 1610 1960 2660 3500 4480 5600 7000
Seeded loser 280 455 630 805 980
Players Tour Championship Regular events 360 560 760 1000 1280 1600 2000
Finals 840 1140 1500 1920 2400 3000
China Open Unseeded loser 560 910 1260 1610 1960 2660 3500 4480 5600 7000
Seeded loser 280 455 630 805 980
World Championship Unseeded loser 800 1300 1800 2300 2800 3800 5000 6400 8000 10000
Seeded loser 400 650 900 1150 1400

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The winner was Aditya Mehta, who was on the Main Tour the previous season, and therefore couldn't re-qualify via an amateur event.
  2. ^ The winner was Hossein Vafaei, who already qualified for the Main Tour by winning IBSF World Snooker Championship.
  3. ^ Dates use the month day format
  4. ^ Event also known as the 2012 Paul Hunter Classic.
  5. ^ Event also known as the 2012 Gdynia Open.
  6. ^ Event also known as the 2012 Antwerp Open and 2012 Belgian Open.
  7. ^ Event also known as the 2012 Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy and the 2012 Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup.
  8. ^ Event also known as the 2012 Bulgarian Open.
  9. ^ Event also known as the 2012 Scottish Open.
  10. ^ Event also known as the 2013 Munich Open and the 2013 FFB Open.
  11. ^ "Ch" = Change since the beginning of the season 2012/2013. See [69] for the player rankings at the start of the season.
  12. ^ The 2010/2011 points only included the ranking points that counted towards the next seedings update. See [72] for the points accumulated during the 2010/2011 season and see [69] for points accumulated during the 2011/2012 season. Players ranked outside of the top 64 at the beginning of the 2012/2013 season had any points accumulated from the previous seasons wiped, and started again on 0 points. Players on 0 points were ranked alphabetically.[73]
  13. ^ See [74] for the points accumulated during the 2012/2013 season up to the first cut-off point; see [75] for the points accumulated between the first and second cut-off points; see [76] for the points accumulated between the second and third; see [77] for the points accumulated between the third and fourth cut-off points; see [78] for the points accumulated at the World Championship.
  14. ^ See [65] for the rankings at the first seedings cut-off point; see [66] for the rankings at the second cut-off point; see [67] for the rankings at the third cut-off point; see [68] for the rankings at the fourth cut-off point; see [71] for the rankings at the end of the season.

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