World Snooker tournament schedule 2013/2014

* denotes world ranking event

(dates subject to change)

7-9 June 2013: European Tour 1

Sofia, Bulgaria

Winner: John Higgins

11-15 June 2013: Asian Tour 1

Yixing, China

Winner: Joe Perry

17-23 June 2013: Wuxi Classic*

Wuxi, China

Winner: Neil Robertson

8-14 July 2013: Australian Open*

Bendigo, Australia

Winner: Marco Fu

19-21 July 2013: European Tour 2

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Winner: Mark Williams

16-18 August 2013: European Tour 3

Doncaster Dome

Winner: Ricky Walden

23-25 August 2013: European Tour 4 / Paul Hunter Classic

Furth, Germany

Winner: Ronnie O'Sullivan

16-22 September: Shanghai Masters*

Shanghai, China

Winner: Ding Junhui

23-27 September: Asian Tour 2

Zhangjiagong, China

Winner: Ju Reti

4-6 October 2013: European Tour 5

Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany

Winner: Mark Allen

14-18 October 2013: Indian Open*

Delhi, India

Winner: Ding Junhui

19-20 October 2013: World Seniors Championship

Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth

Winner: Steve Davis

20-24 October 2013: Asian Tour 3

Zhengzhou, China

Winner: Liang Wenbo

27 October - 3 November 2013: International Championship*

Chengdu, China

Winner: Ding Junhui

8-10 November: European Tour 6

Gloucester

Winner: Mark Allen

15-17 November 2013: European Tour 7

Antwerp, Belgium

Winner: Mark Selby

19-24 November 2013: Champion of Champions

Ricoh Arena, Coventry

Winner: Ronnie O'Sullivan

26 November - 8 December 2013: UK Championship*

Barbican Centre, York

Winner: Neil Robertson

12-19 January 2014: The Masters

Alexandra Palace, London

Winner: Ronnie O'Sullivan

24-26 January 2014: Snooker Shoot Out

Circus Arena, Blackpool

Winner: Dominic Dale

29 January - 2 February: German Masters*

Berlin, Germany

Winner: Ding Junhui

7-9 February: European Tour 8

Gdynia, Poland

Winner: Shaun Murphy

19 February - 2 March 2014: Welsh Open*

Newport Centre, Wales

Winner: Ronnie O'Sullivan

4-8 March 2014: Asian Tour 4

Guangzhou, China

Winner: Stuart Bingham

10-16 March 2014: Haikou Open*

Haikou, China

Winner: Shaun Murphy

25-29 March 2014: PTC Grand Finals*

Guild Hall, Preston

Winner: Barry Hawkins

31 March - 6 April 2014: China Open*

Beijing, China

Winner: Ding Junhui

19 April - 5 May 2014: World Championship*

The Crucible, Sheffield