Another busy day of World Championship qualifying took place on Tuesday at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.
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The inaugural Asia and Oceania Q School concluded on Saturday at the Royal Bangkok Sports Hall in Thailand.
From 128 there are now just 16. The UK Championship has reached the fourth round and we are approaching the business end of proceedings as the Barbican Centre transforms into a two-table arena in York. There has already been plenty of drama in 2015’s edition of the second biggest ranking[Read More…]
Neil Robertson and Shaun Murphy reached the fourth round of the UK Championship in a dramatic Tuesday at the Barbican in York. 2011 champion Judd Trump is out, though, while Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh agonisingly missed the final black off the spot for a 147. In a bizarre day, Un-Nooh’s countryman Dechawat[Read More…]
Ken Doherty and Fergal O’Brien’s Republic of Ireland bowed out of the World Cup on Friday after a 3-2 defeat to England ended their chances of reaching the last eight in China. England were also eliminated in Wuxi under dramatic circumstances, despite overcoming the Irish in their final group game.[Read More…]
The players have been busy with the opening round of the China Open during the last couple of days, with the last 32 line-up now almost complete in Beijing. Neil Robertson, champion in 2013 before being a beaten finalist twelve months ago, has been the highest profile casualty so far[Read More…]
After a week of high drama, the 2014 World Championship qualifiers are at its final stage. There are only 32 players remaining as they battle it out for the 16 remaining places on offer at this year’s Sheffield showdown. Such is the strength in depth on the Main Tour these[Read More…]
The first day of the 2014 German Masters was all about who didn’t go through, rather than who was able to progress to the last 32 at the Tempodrom in Berlin. The majority of the last 64 encounters took place on Wednesday and there was a quartet of major upsets[Read More…]
It has only been five days since Mark Selby’s landmark 147 break that was the 100th made in professional competition. Yet, there has already been two further maximums compiled since that memorable moment – both coming in the German Masters opening round. The Berlin event doesn’t get under way properly[Read More…]
India’s Aditya Mehta comfortably beat Liang Wenbo of China 3-0 in the men’s snooker gold medal winning match at the World Games in Colombia. The 27 year-old put the disappointment of losing in the semi-finals of the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games behind him by storming to the victory[Read More…]