Neil Robertson overcame his opening test as the Scottish Open got under way at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow on Monday.
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Ronnie O’Sullivan and Judd Trump narrowly avoided early exits in the UK Championship after each emerged from dramatic 6-5 thrillers at the Barbican Centre on Sunday.
Shaun Murphy has become the biggest casualty of the UK Championship so far after being downed 6-3 by Chen Feilong at the Barbican Centre on Wednesday. Last year’s runner-up appeared to be in control when he led 3-1 at the mid-session interval but a run of 88 sandwiched in between[Read More…]
With only one more counting event before the cut-off point for the Alexandra Palace, there’ll be plenty of attention given to the Race to the Masters over the next couple of weeks. The draw for the UK Championship was released on Monday and there’s an abundance of excitement building for[Read More…]
By Jack Ford Sports Journalist Canadians on the World Snooker tour are a bit like Brazilians in Formula One – once a big part of the sport, now completely absent. Three of the nation’s athletes were staples of the snooker scene at the height of the sport’s popularity – Cliff[Read More…]
Neil Robertson added to his centuries count as he overcame Ross Muir 5-3 to secure qualification for the lucrative China Championship next month. A break of 101, his 15th ton of the season already, helped the Australian on his way as he looks to build on a promising start to[Read More…]
The 2018 World Open has reached its quarter-final stage with only two top 16 players left in the hunt for glory in Yushan this weekend. World champion Mark Williams fronts an unexpected last eight line-up that will battle it out for the £150,000 top prize over the coming day. The[Read More…]
The 2018 World Open gets under way on Monday as the 2018/19 campaign begins to gather a little momentum. The first ranking event of the new term concluded only last week with Neil Robertson capturing the Riga Masters title at the expense of Jack Lisowski in Latvia. It marked an[Read More…]
Ryan Day’s first defence of a ranking event ended in immediate disappointment as he lost 4-3 to Ali Carter in the last 64 of the Riga Masters on Friday. The Welshman, who landed his maiden ranking title just over 12 months ago in the Latvian capital city, was handed a[Read More…]
Mark Selby began slowly but eventually got his season off to a positive start on Sunday by sealing qualification for the World Open in China next month. The world number one looked rusty as he trailed amateur Luke Simmonds 3-1 at the mid-session interval but fought back in trademark fashion,[Read More…]