It’s day 21 and there’ll finally be a champion crowned.
Tag: Cao Yupeng
A farcical decision saw an already eliminated player given a second chance.
The Chinese is competing as a professional for the first time since 2018.
The quartet will compete on the professional circuit during the 2021/22 and 2022/23 campaigns.
As 2018 draws to a close for snooker players and fans alike, it’s time to reflect on what has been another enthralling year in the game.
It has been announced today that Chinese players Yu Delu and Cao Yupeng have been handed long-term suspensions for match fixing.
Chinese duo Cao Yupeng and Yu Delu, as well as Welshman David John, have all been handed suspensions by the WPBSA following investigations into alleged breaches. In the case of Yu, this relates to manipulating the outcome of five matches he was involved in since 2015, failing to report two[Read More…]
Ryan Day secured his second ranking title of the campaign after a 4-0 victory over Cao Yupeng in the final of the Gibraltar Open on Sunday. The Welshman, who after years of near misses finally captured his maiden ranking event trophy at the Riga Masters last summer, was in mostly[Read More…]
Former world champion Ken Doherty took advantage of a depleted field in the Gibraltar Open to reach the fourth round on Friday at the Victoria Stadium. The Gibraltar Open, in its final year of a three-year contract, already lacked the financial pull to attract most of the sport’s top stars[Read More…]
John Higgins won the last four frames to beat Adam Duffy 6-3 and qualify for the lucrative China Open in Barnsley on Tuesday. The Scot, who peculiarly has never won the long-running tournament in Beijing, looked in a snick of trouble when he trailed Duffy 3-2 but crucially pinched the[Read More…]