Ken Doherty edged Mark Williams 6-4 in the last 64 of the China Open as the seeds continued to tumble on Tuesday in Beijing.
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Struggling Mark Selby Loses in China Open
Things have gone from bad to worse for Mark Selby after losing to Craig Steadman in the China Open on Monday.
China Open Draw and Preview
Only two ranking events remain on the 2018/19 calendar as the season enters its busiest and most important period – beginning with the China Open in Beijing.
Shaun Murphy Loses in China Open Qualifiers
The China Open qualifiers concluded on Wednesday with the last match to be completed providing the biggest upset in Cannock.
Barry Hawkins Qualifies for China Open
Barry Hawkins overcame Robin Hull 6-3 to qualify for the China Open as the qualifying stage got under way on Monday in Cannock.
Mark Selby Defends China Open
Mark Selby continued his dominance in Beijing with an 11-3 victory over Barry Hawkins in the final of the China Open on Sunday. The world number one had been enduring one of his most prolonged periods in the doldrums coming into his defence of the penultimate ranking event of the[Read More…]
China Open Final: Mark Selby vs Barry Hawkins
The final of the lucrative China Open will be contested between Mark Selby and Barry Hawkins on Sunday in Beijing. The English pair emerged from their semi-finals on Saturday to set up the showdown for glory, with a whopping £225,000 on offer for the champion. The champion’s cheque, which is[Read More…]
China Open: Semi-Final Preview
The revamped China Open is down to its final four contenders after another dramatic day of action at the Olympic Sports Center in Beijing on Friday. Kyren Wilson and Barry Hawkins both emerged with dramatic deciding frame victories over fellow English pair Jack Lisowski and Tom Ford respectively. Former champions[Read More…]
Top 16 Confirmed for the World Snooker Championship
Jack Lisowski’s defeat to Kyren Wilson in the quarter-finals of the China Open means that the 16 players who will qualify automatically for the upcoming World Snooker Championship are now known. Lisowski and fellow Englishman Tom Ford were the only two players who could have still broken into the elite[Read More…]
China Open: Quarter-Final Preview
A last-gasp clearance of 67 from Mark Williams saw Mark Allen crash out of the China Open in the third round on Thursday, leaving his World Championship fate out of his own hands. The Northern Irishman appeared set to complete a sterling comeback from 3-0 down against the three-time champion[Read More…]