Ronnie O’Sullivan suffered a surprise 4-2 defeat to Marco Fu as his defence of the World Grand Prix prematurely ended in Cheltenham on Monday.
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It’s all to play for at the Alexandra Palace as eight contenders remain in hunt for glory at the Masters quarter-final stage in London.
Sunday is fast approaching and it’s the first huge event of 2019 as the Masters draw commences at the Alexandra Palace.
We’ve nearly made it to the end of another year and it’s time to wrap up the annual rewiew on SnookerHQ by recalling the top 10 most read stories in 2018.
Defending champion Mark Williams beat Fan Zhengyi 5-3 in the first qualifying round of the German Masters on Wednesday in Barnsley.
Ding Junhui and Mark Allen remain in the hunt for UK Championship glory after coming through their respective third round ties unscathed on Tuesday in York.
Mark Allen hammered in five century breaks in beating Barry Hawkins and Neil Robertson to reach the last four of the Champion of Champions on Thursday in Coventry. The Northern Irishman, who superbly won the International Championship last week in China, was brimming with confidence as he booked a semi-final[Read More…]
The field has been whittled down in Guangzhou as the 2018 China Championship quarter-finals is set to entertain the final eight contenders on Friday. There is a distinct mix of proven winners and inexperienced pretenders throughout the draw, meaning that the final few days in China promise to be full[Read More…]
Ronnie O’Sullivan superbly fought back from behind to beat Barry Hawkins 11-9 and claim the Shanghai Masters for the second successive season in China. The Englishman lifted the trophy aloft ten months ago when it was last staged as a ranking event and duly repeated the trick in its reincarnation[Read More…]