Tag: Judd Trump

Robertson and Trump Through

Neil Robertson, Judd Trump and Shaun Murphy remained in the bottom half of the International Championship after contrasting victories in Chendgu on Monday. Trump, in a lacklustre display, was pushed all the way by Haining Open semi-finalist Jimmy Robertson but eventually prevailed in a final frame decider 6-5. The encounter[Read More…]

International Championship Preview

Sunday announces the start of the International Championship as the 64 qualifiers begin battle for the lucrative £125,000 winner’s cheque in Chengdu. Now in its third year on the calendar, the International Championship has quickly become a firm favourite with both the players and the fans alike. Its longer format[Read More…]

Trump Through

Judd Trump reached the last 16 of the Bulgarian Open after coming from behind to beat 2006 world champion Graeme Dott 4-3 in Sofia. The Englishman had already produced a sterling display to overcome another Scot in John Higgins 4-1 with the aid of two centuries and a maximum attempt.[Read More…]

Snooker in October

From the start of the season in May until now at the end of September, the snooker season has been a stop-start motion right the way through. This is in stark contrast to last season when it felt like there was no respite almost from beginning to end, until Mark[Read More…]

Dale Dumps Trump

Australian Open champion Judd Trump is out of the Shanghai Masters after a shock 5-2 defeat at the hands of Dominic Dale in China. Trump had been many people’s pre-tournament favourite to lift the title following his early season form but was powerless to stop his Welsh Opponent after the[Read More…]

Allen Wins Paul Hunter Classic

Mark Allen put behind him the disappointment of failing to win the Riga Open earlier this month by capturing the Paul Hunter Classic title with a 4-2 victory over Judd Trump on Sunday. The Northern Irishman had led Mark Selby 3-0 in Latvia’s final only to be narrowly pipped to[Read More…]

Riga Open Marks Snooker’s Return

The first European Tour event of the 2014/15 campaign gets under way tomorrow as the Players Championship series welcomes Latvia as a destination for the first time. Capital city Riga will play host as snooker welcomes its newest addition to its growing family as the sport continues its long-term ambition[Read More…]