Ronnie O'Sullivan will begin the defence of his Betfair World Championship title against Scotland's Marcus Campbell.
Jimmy White missed out on a fairytale return to the Crucible when the six-time World Championship runner-up lost in the final qualifying round.
Ireland's former world champion Ken Doherty suffered a heartbreaking defeat in the final round of qualifying for the Crucible.
Scotland's Alan McManus ended his seven-year wait for a Crucible return on Sunday when he earned his place in the main draw.
Cancer survivor Jack Lisowski on Saturday qualified for the Betfair World Championship for the first time and said: "It's a dream come true."
Shaun Murphy would love a Crucible showdown with Jimmy White, who he believes is still capable of winning his first World Championship title.
Jimmy White is one win away from the Crucible after surviving his second qualifying match for the Betfair World Championship.
Chairman Barry Hearn has announced significant changes to the World Snooker tour next season as well as increased prize-money.
Belgian teenager Luca Brecel failed in his latest bid to reach the Crucible on Sunday.
Ronnie O'Sullivan and John Higgins are on collision course for a World Championship quarter-final meeting.
Neil Robertson claimed his first ranking title in two-and-a-half years by beating Mark Selby 10-6 in the final of the China Open.
Neil Robertson took charge in the Bank of Beijing China Open final after opening up a 6-1 lead over Mark Selby in a drawn-out first session.