Snooker stars set for return to Llandudno

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND - APRIL 27: Australia's Neil Robertson plays a shot during day 11 of the Betfred World Snooker Championships 2021 at the Crucible Theatre on April 27, 2021 in Sheffield, England. (Photo by Zac Goodwin - Pool/Getty Images).

Australia’s Neil Robertson won the Cazoo title last season (Photo by Zac Goodwin – Pool/Getty Images).

Snooker’s biggest names will return to Llandudno next year when Venue Cymru stages the Cazoo Tour Championship.

The North Wales town played host to the kings of the baize from 2015 to 2019, then the tournament was postponed when the Covid-19 pandemic started in 2020.

WST now plans to return to Llandudno for one of the biggest events on the calendar, from March 28 to April 3 in 2022.

Tickets are now on sale, with all details at http://www.wst.tv/tickets

There is a HALF PRICE OPENING OFFER for selected rounds for early bookings on Monday 28 – Thursday 31, so fans are urged to book fast while availability lasts.

Additionally this venue will be hosting Season Tickets for 30 lucky customers, who have the opportunity to save the same seat for the entire week if they wish – including on unreserved sessions! Visit http://www.wst.tv/tickets on Friday morning for more details on these incredible ticket types.

WST has led the sporting world in the post-lockdown return of live audiences and will continue to work closely with the UK Government on Covid-19 regulation. Fans can be assured that all necessary precautions will be taken at events to minimise the risk of virus transmission, keeping safety as our highest priority.

The Cazoo Tour Championship will be the third and final event in the Cazoo Series and will feature an elite field of the top eight players on the 2021/22 one-year ranking list.

Only the very best players in form through the season will qualify for this prestigious event, which receives extensive live television coverage on ITV.

Neil Robertson won the title last season, with a 10-4 final victory over the 2019 champion Ronnie O’Sullivan. Others in the field included Judd Trump, Mark Selby and John Higgins.

A WST spokesman said: “While we have kept our tour going over the past year by staging events in England, we are excited to now be planning to go back to all of the locations we love around the UK, particularly Llandudno on the beautiful North Wales coast. The town had become a favourite location for many of the players and they will all be striving to qualify for this outstanding tournament and the chance to head back to Venue Cymru.

“Events in Llandudno have always attracted packed crowds and no doubt the fans will look forward to another chance to experience snooker’s unique atmosphere. Seats should be booked quickly as they are sure to sell out soon. We are enjoying a golden era of snooker and this is an event of the highest quality.”

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