The Welshman reached the last 16 in last year’s event.
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Which one was the biggest surprise for you?
As 2018 draws to a close, we can continue our reflection on what has been another enthralling snooker year.
Shaun Murphy became the first player to book a semi-final place in the Champion of Champions as the 2018 edition got under way on Monday in Coventry. The defending champion, who has not shown a lot of form since suffering a surprising first round exit at the World Snooker Championship[Read More…]
October was another busy month on the baize with plenty of silverware handed out all around the world. There were two ranking events in Europe and another that is currently ongoing in China, while the World Women’s Tour ventured into new territory with a successful staging of the inaugural Australian[Read More…]
England’s Jimmy Robertson has won his maiden ranking event title after a 9-6 triumph over Joe Perry in the final of the European Masters in Belgium on Sunday. The 32 year-old produced a clinical finish to complete an unbelievable week that seemingly had his name etched on the trophy from[Read More…]
Two Englishmen will contest the European Masters title decider on Sunday with Joe Perry and Jimmy Robertson set to do battle for the title in Belgium. The pair emerged from hard-fought last four encounters with Anthony Hamilton and Mark King respectively to set up a clash in Lommel for the[Read More…]
An unexpected European Masters last four line-up in Belgium sees three veterans over the age of 40 and a player featuring at this stage of a ranking event for the first time in his career competing for glory. Joe Perry, Mark King, and Anthony Hamilton are all looking to add[Read More…]
Mark Allen is the highest seed in the European Masters quarter-finals after holding off a late Ross Muir fight back on Thursday in Lommel. The Northern Irishman set up a meeting with Jimmy Robertson, undoubtedly the story of the tournament so far, after sealing a 4-3 victory over in Belgium[Read More…]
Highly-fancied duo Ryan Day and Stephen Maguire safely negotiated their final World Snooker Championship qualifying round encounters on Wednesday at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. Former world champion Peter Ebdon won the first three frames of the second session with Day to restore parity in their contest but[Read More…]