Top seeds Grigory Vlasov and Mollie Patterson will have the chance to improve on their showings at the London Grand Prix when the circuit moves on to Gloucester.
Around 150 players will compete in the event on the weekend of June 24-25, with Vlasov and Patterson topping the respective rankings for men’s and women’s singles.
Patterson was defeated in the final in London last month, but champion Dobrila Jorguseska is not competing this time. Patterson will be targeting victory, having also been beaten in the final at Preston earlier in the season. Second seed is the Crawley champion, Tianer Yu.
Vlasov won in Preston but was defeated in the semi-finals in London by Toby Ellis, who was in inspired form and went on to win the title.
Ellis is not playing in Gloucester, but the man he beat in the London final, Radoslav Kamberov, is fourth seed, behind Bogdan Postudor and Garry Dodd.
Download the draw below – please note, due to an incorrect dummy ranking that has affected seedings, the Women’s Singles has been redrawn. Both the groups and knockout rounds have been redrawn following normal regulations and procedures but now taking into account the corrected dummy ranking which has put Linda Zeng as No 2 seed.
Meanwhile, entries for the final Grand Prix of the season, in Wolverhampton, close next Wednesday at 11.59pm. There are still spaces available – click below to enter.