The Hong Kong Masters will be a non-ranking tournament on the 2022/23 snooker calendar.
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Neil Robertson was approaching somewhere near his best as he beat Ronnie O’Sullivan to lift the inaugural Hong Kong Masters title on Sunday. The “Thunder from Down Under” defied a tropical cyclone weather warning that threatened to result in the final being played behind closed doors, to eventually overcome the[Read More…]
Ronnie O’Sullivan and Neil Robertson will contest the final of the Hong Kong Masters as the lucrative eight-man invitational event reaches its conclusion on Sunday. With £100,000 on offer for the champion, it’s sure to be a competitive clash between the Englishman and the Australian. Both players emerged from tight[Read More…]
Ronnie O’Sullivan and Judd Trump will face each other in the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Masters after winning their opening ties at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on Friday. In front of huge crowds amid an electric atmosphere in this inaugural invitational, the pair of Englishmen set up a mouthwatering[Read More…]
Marco Fu thrilled his legion of home support as the inaugural Hong Kong Masters got under way at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on Thursday. The Hong Kong star came from 3-1 down to beat Barry Hawkins 5-3 and reach the last four of the lucrative invitational tournament. The top eight[Read More…]
Snooker returns for the elite with the Hong Kong Masters this week at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on Thursday. The top eight players in the world rankings have been invited to contest a lucrative invitational event in the autonomous region. Only Ding Junhui declined to take part, reportedly because his[Read More…]
After the conclusion of the Riga Masters last Sunday, the 2017/18 season is well and truly under way. As we soon enter the second half of this calendar year with the beginning of July on Saturday, it’s a good opportunity to take a look at what’s in store for the[Read More…]