Tag: Joe Perry

General Cup Starts Sunday

The 2014 General Cup gets under way in Hong Kong on Sunday as the snooker season enjoys another mini leg in China. First contested in 2004, The General Cup has been an almost permanent fixture on the calendar since 2009. For one reason or another, there never seems to be[Read More…]

Robertson and Perry Seek Wuxi Win

Neil Robertson continued his strong defence of the Wuxi Classic by reaching the final after a 6-3 victory over Barry Hawkins in China. The Australian will play close friend and former practice partner Joe Perry on Sunday following the Englishman’s battling 6-4 success over Martin Gould in the other last[Read More…]

High Quality Last 8 in Wuxi

Eight remain in the hunt to win the first ranking event of the season at the Wuxi Classic in China. One would have been forgiven to have presumed that some of those contesting the latter stages of an early season tournament would have been lesser known players capitalising on the[Read More…]

O’Sullivan Onslaught Pounds Perry

Ronnie O’Sullivan once again proved to the doubters why he is the undisputed champion of the world – at least for one more match – following an almost flawless session of snooker that sent him flying into the quarter-finals of the World Championship in Sheffield. The ‘Rocket’ trailed Joe Perry[Read More…]

World Championship Second Round Preview

With a dramatic first round in the 2014 World Championship coming to its conclusion, it’s time to turn our attention to the last 16 in Sheffield. The second round gets under way on Thursday with defending champion Ronnie O’Sullivan looking to continue his unbeaten streak at the Crucible to a[Read More…]

Quarter-Finals in Preston

The penultimate day of the Players Championship Grand Final sees the round of the last 8 take place with one notable exception to the line-up at the Guild Hall. Ronnie O’Sullivan, so often supreme this season in capturing major titles such as the Masters, Champion of Champions and the Welsh[Read More…]




World Rankings Top 16

World Rankings after the UK Championship – won by Zhao Xintong.

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. Zhao Xintong
10. Barry Hawkins
11. Mark Allen
12. Stephen Maguire
13. Stuart Bingham
14. Anthony McGill
15. Yan Bingtao
16. Jack Lisowski

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