Tag: Judd Trump

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…]

Trump or Robertson?

The first ever final of the International Championship takes place tomorrow as two of the sport’s most successful players of recent times lock horns in Chengdu. Judd Trump yesterday outplayed former world champion Peter Ebdon in a 9-1 hiding that had the added bonus of assuring his place at the[Read More…]

Trump for Top Spot

The inaugural International Championship is down to its last four players as an enthralling semi-final draw gets under way tomorrow in Chengdu. Unlike most ranking event semi-finals that are played out over a best of 11 match, and in contrast to what is becoming increasingly normal to shorten formats, the[Read More…]

Davis Denies Williams

There was a mixed bag of results today in the International Championship as the first round came to a close in Chengdu. Eight matches were contested on Tuesday and the balance between expected victories and unlikely outcomes was rather even. The biggest shock of the day saw Mark Williams, so[Read More…]

Bingo Hits the Jackpot

Stuart Bingham enjoyed one of the nights of his career as he won two matches in the Premier League 6-0. Not only did he win a thousand pounds for each of his frames but an extra grand for four complimentary centuries ensured that the Englishman ended the evening with an[Read More…]

Consistently Consistent

In the 1980s Steve Davis dominated snooker and won the majority of the titles each season. The very same, even more so perhaps, could be said about Stephen Hendry’s dominance in the following decade – particularly the first half of it. With the emergence of Ronnie O’Sullivan, John Higgins and[Read More…]

2012 Antwerp Open

The third European Players Tour Championship event of the season gets under way today as professional snooker returns to Belgium for the third successive year. Bruges was the original destination in the PTC Series’ inaugural year in 2010 before Antwerp became the host last year, and it is to the[Read More…]