Tag: Mark Davis

6-Red World Championship into Knockout

After three rather pointless days in Bangkok, the 6-Red World Championship has finally finished the round-robin stage. Two-thirds of the original 48-man field have made it through to the first knockout round and there were minimal casualties from the eight groups. The invitational event was made up of a mixture[Read More…]

Selby Safely Through in Oz

Mark Selby is into the quarter-finals of the Australian Open after outclassing Zhang Anda 5-1 in Bendigo.  The UK and Masters champion produced an excellent display to easily overcome his Chinese opponent.  The 30 year-old raced into a 4-0 lead at the interval thanks to breaks 69, 71, 76 and 90. [Read More…]

Talking the Talk

Three days have now passed in the 2013 World Championship and, as always, there have already been many talking points. Three world champions have gone by the wayside in the last couple of days with John Higgins, Mark Williams and Peter Ebdon all suffering early 10-6 defeats. While all three[Read More…]

Brecel Bows out to Murphy

Shaun Murphy narrowly beat Luca Brecel 6-5 in a match of huge drama to reach the semi-finals of the UK Championship in York. After sharing the opening eight frames in a topsy-turvy affair, Brecel took the lead in the ninth as it became evident that his more experienced opponent was[Read More…]

Maximum Drama in York

Mark Davis beat John Higgins 6-5 in a thrilling contest that saw the Scot make a 147 break but miss what was effectively match ball pink in the decider at the UK Championship in York. The last 16 encounter had everything in what proved to be the match of the[Read More…]

No Joyce for Champ Trump

Mark Joyce caused the shock result of the season so far as he beat an out-of-sorts Judd Trump 6-5 in the first round of the UK Championship in York. What made the victory even more incredible was that world no.50 Joyce had to win the last four frames, coming from[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…]