The weekend is approaching and there has been another seven days on the baize to provide us with several things to talk about.
The UK Seniors Championship draw this week will feature the likes of Jimmy White, Stephen Hendry, and John Parrott. Twelve players in total return to Hull for the third staging of the tournament, beginning Thursday. Ken Doherty triumphed twelve months ago at the Hull Venue but won’t be able to[Read More…]
Gary Wilson emerged victorious from Championship League Group 3 after a 3-0 victory over namesake Kyren Wilson in the final on Tuesday.
After each big tournament this season we’ll be reflecting on the latest action, so let’s take a look at a few things learned after the English Open.
Mark Selby lifted the Steve Davis Trophy after a resounding 9-1 victory over David Gilbert in the final of the English Open on Sunday.
The English Open final on Sunday will be contested between two home players with Mark Selby and David Gilbert vying for the title in Crawley.
Mark Selby remains on course for a first title on home soil for almost two and a half years after he reached the English Open semi-finals on Friday.
A great deal has happened in the last few days with the English Open in Crawley providing the backdrop for several talking points.
There are just eight players left standing with the English Open quarter-finals set to take place on Friday in Crawley.