The world number 33 is a former ranking event winner.
Tag: Indian Open
The 2019 Indian Open final on Sunday will be contested between two players who have never previously won a ranking event.
Joe Swail produced his best result in a long while as he came from behind to edge Jack Lisowski 4-3 in the last 64 of the Indian Open on Thursday.
John Higgins got his 2019 Indian Open campaign off to a positive start after a 4-1 victory over Ashley Hugill in Kochi on Wednesday.
It’s back to Asia for the next ranking event as the rescheduled Indian Open draw gets under way in Kochi on Wednesday.
There’s a small lull in activity this week in between the two big events in China. Ronnie O’Sullivan earned a hefty £200,000 sum for capturing the Shanghai Masters invitational title at the weekend while next week sees the next ranking event of the campaign courtesy of the China Championship in[Read More…]
World Snooker has decided to postpone next month’s Indian Open in the wake of the floods that have devastated parts of the country last week. It has yet to be determined when the tournament will now take place, with the qualifying round already completed in Preston a week ago. “It[Read More…]
David Gilbert bounced back from his disappointment of losing in the final of the recent World Open with a victory over Niu Zhuang in Preston on Thursday – securing qualification for the Indian Open. The 37 year-old let slip an apparently comfortable 9-5 advantage in the Yushan title decider just[Read More…]
After the opening couple of ranking events of the campaign, the players have returned to Preston for the next batch of qualifiers at the Guild Hall. Over the next week or so, the preliminary rounds for the European Masters and China Championship will take place but first up it’s the[Read More…]