Tag: Marco Fu

Hawk Eyeing First Final

For the last decade, Barry Hawkins has been a player who has performed well below his potential. While still forking out a decent career for himself, the 33 year-old has failed to ever really establish himself as one of the main men on Tour. He was ranked as high as[Read More…]

Mighty Max for Fu

Marco Fu got in on the 147 action during the final round of the World Open qualifiers today after knocking in the break during his 5-2 victory over Matthew Selt. It is the Hong Kong native’s second maximum, coming twelve years after his first against Ken Doherty at the 2000[Read More…]

Fu Shocks Selby

Wednesday served up a day of shocks as both the world number one and two were sent crashing at the second round of the UK Championship in York. A pair of surprise 6-3 defeats were the undoing of Shanghai Masters champion Mark Selby and German Masters winner Mark Williams. Selby[Read More…]

O’Sullivan Downs Davis

Ronnie O’Sullivan beat fellow living legend Steve Davis 6-1 today to advance to the second round of the UK Championship in York. Six-time champion Davis had come through two rounds of qualifying to be in the last 32 and set up a dream tie with ‘The Rocket’ – himself a[Read More…]

Northern Ireland Stun Scotland

Northern Ireland continued their excellent form in the quarter-finals of the 2011 Snooker World Cup by edging out ‘Dream Team’ Scotland 4-3 in Bangkok. There was no such luck for south of the border, though, as Republic of Ireland’s erratic journey came to an end with a disappointing 4-1 defeat[Read More…]