Tag: Graeme Dott

Quarter-Final in China

The China Open has reached the quarter-final stage and it is certainly a case of experience meets the day in Beijing. There are no young pretenders or rookies involved, with all eight remaining in the draw seasoned competitors. Neil Robertson fought back his virus symptoms for a third straight match[Read More…]

Seeds Starting to Dominate in York

Several of the top players flexed their muscles on Monday as the UK Championship begins to heat up nicely. Four former champions booked their place in the last 16 and they were joined by a trio of other ranking event winners. The match of the day featured Liang Wenbo and[Read More…]

Finals Day in Gloucester

The last 16 line-up for the Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup was confirmed on Saturday at the Capital Venue in Gloucester. The likes of David Morris and Judd Trump already booked their place on Friday and were joined by eight further players yesterday. World no.1 Neil Robertson was banging in more[Read More…]

Ding’s Dominance Continues

Ding Junhui remains on course for a rare hat-trick of ranking event titles after he came through a tough test with Peter Ebdon to reach the semi-finals of the International Championship. The Chinese sensation had already become the clear favourite to collect the trophy in Chengdu after the defeats of[Read More…]

Robertson’s World Hopes Down the Toilet

Robert Milkins caused a major shock on Day six of the 2013 World Championship after he knocked out 2010 champion Neil Robertson 10-8 in Sheffield. The Gloucester cueman had already dispatched of People’s Champion Jimmy White in the final qualifying round to reach the Crucible for the first time in[Read More…]




World Rankings Top 16

World Rankings after the British Open – won by Mark Williams.

1. Mark Selby
2. Judd Trump
3. Ronnie O’Sullivan
4. Neil Robertson
5. Kyren Wilson
6. Shaun Murphy
7. John Higgins
8. Mark Williams
9. Stephen Maguire
10. Ding Junhui
11. Mark Allen
12. Barry Hawkins
13. Stuart Bingham
14. Jack Lisowski
15. Yan Bingtao
16. Anthony McGill

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