Tag: Judd Trump

Australian Open Final Preview

Neil Robertson and Judd Trump will contest the Australian Goldfields Open final after emerging from their last four clashes unscathed in Bendigo. Trump’s prolific scoring power proved too much for challenger Xiao Guodong as he compiled big breaks of 114, 101, 94, 69 and two 67s en route to a[Read More…]

Four Left in Australia

Neil Robertson continued his quest on Thursday to capture glory in his home event, the Australian Open in Bendigo. The 32 year-old was in a tough encounter with Englishman Robert Milkins in his quarter-final bout today when the scores were locked at 2-2 at the interval. Yet, Robbo was able[Read More…]

Rampant Robertson Destroys Jones

Neil Robertson continued his fine start to the season as he easily dismantled the challenge of Jamie Jones to reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Goldfields Open in Bendigo. Robertson has already begun the campaign in the same fashion as he did this time last year by capturing the opening[Read More…]

Robertson and Trump Through

The first round of the Australian Goldfields Open was completed today as Neil Robertson, Judd Trump and Shaun Murphy all booked their last 16 places in Bendigo. Home favourite Robertson is looking to go one better than his run to the final here last year and should be full of[Read More…]

O’Sullivan and Selby Surge into Semis

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Mark Selby have booked their places in the semi-finals of the 2014 World Championship after dominating victories in their respective quarter-final ties at the Crucible. Having come through a tough test with Joe Perry 13-11 in the last 16, O’Sullivan was expected to be handed an equally[Read More…]

McManus Downs Disappointing Doherty

Alan McManus eventually came through the victor in a dire last 16¬†affair with Ireland’s Ken Doherty in Sheffield on Saturday. The Scot had featured in the second round 13 times previously in his career but had only emerged victorious on three of those occasions. The two-time semi-finalist at the Crucible[Read More…]

Walden Winds Down Wilson’s Challenge

Ricky Walden narrowly avoided becoming another early seeded casualty after coming through a tough battle with debutant Kyren Wilson 10-7. The Chester cueist, semi-finalist at the Crucible in 2013, appeared to be cruising to a relatively comfortable victory when he led 22 year-old 8-5. However, Wilson fought back gallantly to[Read More…]