On this day in snooker, Ken Doherty captured the fifth ranking title of his career at the 2001 Thailand Masters.
On this day in snooker, James Wattana compiled a maximum break on the same day he learned his father was murdered back in Thailand.
On this day in snooker, Mark Selby fought back from the brink of defeat to beat Ronnie O’Sullivan 9-8 in the 2008 Welsh Open final.
Zhao Xintong was crowned the 2022 German Masters champion after one of the most one-sided matches in recent memory, defeating his opponent and friend Yan Bingtao 9-0 here at the Tempodrom in Berlin.
As a storm howls over Berlin, we contemplate the first wholly Chinese final of the German Masters.
Day Three at the Tempodrom in Berlin had the four remaining second round matches to offer for the afternoon session.
The second day of the German Masters is always the “long day” at the Tempodrom; three sessions, and again this year my very nice colleagues let me miss the early one, since I’m occupied with certain articles long after they’ve gone to sleep. Without fail, Thursday produces a tense battle[Read More…]
Hello and Guten Tag from Berlin! It feels like a very long time since we were able to say this, after the relocation of the German Masters to Milton Keynes last year.
The final post of 2021 outlines the most read snooker stories from the past year on this website.
Continuing the annual review on SnookerHQ, it’s time to reflect on the snooker player of the year for 2021.