The Welshman looked to be in a spot of bother but won the last seven frames of his first-round encounter.
The 2015 world champion is through to the last 16 after a miniature wobble on Saturday in Sheffield.
The UK government announced on Friday that its pilot scheme allowing supporters to attend sporting events would be suspended.
The world number one remains in the tournament and moves a step closer to breaking the Curse of the Crucible.
The final on August 16th has sold out, but the majority of other sessions still have seats on offer. After a three-month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic it’s finally day one in Sheffield, but a significant number of World Championship tickets are still available. Judd Trump made his long-awaited[Read More…]
Tradition at SnookerHQ dictates that, just before the World Championship begins, we revisit this list of unlucky losers.
The World Snooker Championship gets under way on Friday in Sheffield.
Following a three-month delay due to the coronavius pandemic, the action is finally set to get under way.
The Welshman will return to the scene of some of his biggest victories and most painful defeats as a professional.