The British Open is underway now, but it hasn't been plain sailing for the seeded players throughout the opening 48 hours of the event.
Ronnie O'Sullivan and Shaun Murphy both crashed out on the first day of action, whilst Anthony McGill was left packing his bags after a 4-1 defeat to Graeme Dott on Tuesday.
There is a lot of snooker to be played before anyone can start worrying about a place in this year's British Open final, but when will it take place?
When is the British Open final 2022?
This year's British Open final will take place on Sunday, October 2nd 2022.
The final will be contested at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes and will take place across two separate sessions in a best of 19 frames format.
Welsh favourite Mark Williams is the defending champion heading into the 2022 British Open.
Who will win the British Open 2022?
Judd Trump is the bookmakers favourite to win the British Open.
The world number two has seen his odds slashed after the exit of Ronnie O'Sullivan on Monday, he is deemed a 9/2 shot to go all the way in Milton Keynes.
Mark Selby (15/2) and Zhao Xintong (9/1) are also considered to be in with a shot of claiming the title. Defending champion Mark Williams can be backed at 12/1.
British Open 2022 Outright Odds
All odds are correct as of Tuesday, September 27th.
- Judd Trump - 9/2
- Mark Selby - 15/2
- Zhao Xintong - 9/1
- Yan Bingtao - 11/1
- Mark Williams - 12/1
- John Higgins - 12/1
- Kyren Wilson - 14/1
- Mark Allen - 14/1
- Jack Lisowski - 20/1
- Ding Junhui - 20/1
- Graeme Dott - 22/1
- Barry Hawkins - 25/1
- Jordan Brown - 33/1
- Gary Wilson - 50/1
- Lu Ning - 50/1
- Ryan Day - 50/1
- Jamie Jones - 66/1
- Joe Perry - 66/1
- Xiao Guodong - 66/1
- Jimmy Robertson - 66/1
- Noppon Saengkham - 66/1
- Lyu Hoatian - 66/1
- Jak Jones - 66/1