Tag: Judd Trump

2013 Masters Preview

The 2013 Masters gets under way on Sunday as the 16 best ranked players in the world do battle at the Alexandra Palace in London. First staged in 1975, the Masters is now the second longest running professional tournament on the annual calendar – behind only the World Championship itself[Read More…]

PTC Grand Finals Return to Galway

We had known it was likely for quite some time but it was finally confirmed yesterday that the Players Tour Championship Grand Finals will be returning to Ireland for a third straight year next March. The event will be held from 12-17 March, climaxing on St. Patrick’s Day and will once[Read More…]

No Joyce for Champ Trump

Mark Joyce caused the shock result of the season so far as he beat an out-of-sorts Judd Trump 6-5 in the first round of the UK Championship in York. What made the victory even more incredible was that world no.50 Joyce had to win the last four frames, coming from[Read More…]

Revel in the Rivalry

The first of the so-called big three majors gets under way tomorrow with the UK Championship in York. Along with the Masters and World Championship, the UKs have been a pinnacle tournament to which all of the top players strive to succeed in. As with the other two, being aired[Read More…]

Trump Tames Higgins

Judd Trump finally put an end to a dismal record against John Higgins by beating the Scotsman to claim the inaugural Victoria Bulgarian Open in Sofia. The International Championship winner had lost to Higgins in two recent finals – the Shanghai Masters and Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup – as well[Read More…]

Ford Fires in Fast 147

Tom Ford recorded his second career 147 break en route to a 4-1 victory over Matthew Stevens in the Bulgarian Open today. The Englishman was in the third round after victories over John Parkin and Robert Milkins and came out of the blocks all guns blazing against his Welsh opponent[Read More…]

Victoria Bulgarian Open

The fourth European Players Tour Championship event of the season gets under way tomorrow in Sofia as professional snooker arrives in Bulgaria for the first time. The south-eastern European nation has become a force in the sport in recent years as snooker continues to grow in new and exciting places.[Read More…]

Higgins Foils Trump Again

John Higgins beat Judd Trump 4-2 to claim the Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup at the South West Snooker Academy tonight in Gloucester. The fourth Players Tour Championship event in the United Kingdom this season ended with two of the world’s best players going head to head once again in what[Read More…]

Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup to Last 16

The fourth and final UK Players Tour Championship event of the season is down to its final 16 players after two action-packed days at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester. Also known as the Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup, a lot of players wear pink t-shirts in support of breast[Read More…]

Trump’s Title in Chengdu

Judd Trump has won the inaugural International Championship after overcoming Neil Robertson in a fantastic final in Chengdu 10-8. The new world no.1 had to battle hard against his Australian opponent, who was on the losing end in a final for only the second time in his career, coming from[Read More…]