PRIZE FUND INCREASES AND CHINA TO RETURN AT WORLD POOL MASTERS 2023
- Essex, England to host from May 10-13
- Prize Fund increased to $125,000
- Zheng Xiao Huai to become first Chinese player at a Matchroom event since 2019
The prize fund for the World Pool Masters 2023 will increase to $125,000 with the winner now see to take home $40,000 as China return on the international stage in Nineball for the first time since 2019 from May 10-13 2023 at the Brentwood Centre, Essex in England.
Already, the top 14 on the Nineball World Rankings after the World Pool Championship have qualified underlining the importance of the ranking system first introduced by Matchroom at the start of 2021 with Joshua Filler set to be seeded as number one after beating Lo Ho Sum in last year’s final 9-6:
|2||Francisco Sanchez Ruiz||Spain|
|3||Shane Van Boening||USA|
|6||Jayson Shaw||Great Britain|
|10||Ko Pin Yi||Chinese Taipei|
China’s Zheng Xiao Huai becomes the first wild card with one more to be revealed in the coming weeks.
Tickets for pool’s most historic invitational start from only £10 with fans able to soak in all four days of action for just £60. Tickets will go on priority sale to Matchroom Pool Club members on Monday, 20 February with general sale to follow Tuesday, 21 February. Sign up for priority sale here.