A total of 14 players have been awarded Main Tour spots.
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Home favourite Mark Williams crashed out of the Welsh Open after a disappointing 4-2 second round defeat to Zhang Anda on Tuesday.
A semi-final defeat for Duane Jones in the German Masters on Saturday means that the World Grand Prix line-up is now complete.
The field at the Tempodrom has been whittled down with the German Masters semi-finals set to take place on Saturday in Berlin.
Mark Williams eased into the last eight of the German Masters at the Tempodrom with a whitewash win over Joe Perry on Thursday.
Q School concluded on Saturday as eight more players earned two-year professional cards to compete on the Main Tour. Paul Davison put the disappointment of losing in the final round of Q School Event One behind him to seal an immediate return to the circuit. The Englishman, who knocked out[Read More…]
The second Q-School event came to a conclusion on Monday as the final four Main Tour places were decided. The two tournaments in Burton were particularly good for Great Britain as three Englishmen, three Welshmen and two Scots made up the eight names who earned two-year cards for the professional[Read More…]
The last couple of weeks saw eight players emerge as Q-School graduates and thus earn their right to compete as a professional on the Main Tour for the next two seasons. Unfortunately, a strong Irish contingent was unable to garner one of these spots, with John Sutton coming the closest[Read More…]
Several of the Chinese players were dumped out of the China Open before even returning to their homeland on the opening day of qualifiers in Gloucester. The first round is taking place at The Capital Venue before the final 64 players compete in Beijing at the start of April. Seven[Read More…]