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World Grand Prix Snooker Betting Tips

The World Grand Prix of Snooker is taking centre stage tonight, in what is a period where it seems we are blessed with a top final every Sunday. We believe this is likely to be the same in what is the last event of 2020. Below you will find all the best snooker betting tips on the World Grand Prix.

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World Grand Prix Snooker 2020 Betting

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Only the top-32 players on the one-year ranking list can participate in this tournament. From what we have seen recently, there is a big gap in terms of skills and form between the top five seeds and the rest. Possibly we can also include Mark Allen in the top favourites who has won the Champion of Champions during this period.

Judd Trump is expected to deliver here. He has won two of the seven events he has been involved with recently and will be looking for his third World Grand Prix title. Last week lost in the semi-final against Li Hang. Despite that was a disappointing result for him, Hang is a tricky opponent and the draw it is favourable to him. We believe he will be back to winning ways immediately an considering that will avoid both Robertson and Selby, it is feasible to imagine he will make it to the final.

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Despite having improved recently by reaching the Scottish Open final, Ronnie O’Sullivan doesn’t seem in his best form. He was hammered by Selby in recent times and here it is likely to face Kyren Wilson in the quarters. The younger player is in great form and very hungry to win titles, so we expect him to prevail. One problem that Wilson has is that he lacks titles. He lost to Trump and Jamie Jones in recent times, and also let the Champion of Champions match against Selby slip after having a significant lead. Considering these problems, it is safe to drop him from our quest for the winner of this tournament.

Worth considering Barry Hawkins, who has won this event before. He has been playing very well in the early rounds of recent tournaments despite suffering a defeat to Selby at the UK and was beaten in a decider by Wilson last week. Hawkins needs raking points and will be very determined to go all the way here. We believe there is good value on his price and maybe worth an each-way punt.

But our choice is for Robertson, who will be refreshed after winning the UK as didn’t play in the last week. It was time for him to land a major having played the best snooker in the last couple of weeks. We think he will continue playing well in this tournament, as he will be fresh and focused. The first match against Rob Milkins is a potential banana-skin, but he has been playing so well that it is difficult to foresee an upset. He should then face the likes of Shaun Murphy or John Higgins who aren’t anywhere close Robbo’s form at the moment.


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Born and raised in London, John has always been in love with sport. He started successfully his own blog back in 2006, while writing for football in several newspaper. John has also worked with several betting operators as sports trader and has joined BettingTips4You.com since the start in 2013. John is now head of the content team at BettingTips4You.com.