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QUIZ! Snooker Players in the 2019/20 Season

With the German Masters qualifiers finishing on Sunday, the 2019/20 season is at the midway point and the players get to enjoy a short period of respite.

There’ll be no more action on the green baize in 2019 so it’s time to put the cues away and relax over the holiday period.

For us at SnookerHQ, there’ll still be a few more articles to look forward to between now and the turn of the year.



As usual, we’ll be taking a look back at 2019 with a series of review articles, in particular looking at some of the high and low points from the last twelve months in the sport.

There’ll be the selection of Player of the Year, the SHQ articles you read the most, and of course a few quizzes to keep you ticking over.

The first quiz testing your knowledge on the snooker event winners in 2019 was published a few days ago.

Then, let’s continue the end-of-year review with another teaser, this time seeing how well you know the players competing in the 2019/20 season.

There are a total of 128 competitors on the circuit, representing 21 different nations around the globe.

England is the most represented with almost half hailing from the country, with China and Wales the only other nations to be in the double figures for participants.

The question is, can you name all the Main Tour players in the 2019/20 snooker season?


Click here if you can’t see the quiz.

Photo credit: World Snooker



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  1. That’s actually a quite hard quiz haha! Thanks for sharing it though! It’s very fun.

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