Tag: Mark King

NI Open in Unexpected Final Four

An Englishman is guaranteed to emerge victorious in the inaugural Northern Ireland Open as the semi-finals take place today in Belfast. For two of them, it is a chance to bolster their CV with an additional ranking event trophy. By contrast, the other pair is each seeking a maiden triumph[Read More…]

Seeds Stumble in Berlin

Thursday┬áin the German Masters proved to be a much busier affair than what came the day prior in Berlin. While Wednesday had featured four whitewash wins, the second day of action at the Tempodrom saw three matches dramatically go the distance while the higher seeds also continued to tumble out[Read More…]

Robertson Foils Fu in Bangkok

Two-time runner-up Neil Robertson came from 3-1 down to beat Marco Fu in a deciding frame on the opening day of the 2015 Players Championship Grand Final in Thailand. The Australian, beaten finalist in 2012 and 2013, appeared to be heading for an early exit but fought well to reverse[Read More…]

Stars Set Off in Berlin

The German Masters got under way on Wednesday at the Tempodrom in Berlin. The event has been widely acclaimed since its reintroduction onto the calendar in 2011, with massive enthusiastic crowds cheering on their favourite players amid a wonderful setting. The same is to be expected in this short, busy[Read More…]

Quarter-Final in China

The China Open has reached the quarter-final stage and it is certainly a case of experience meets the day in Beijing. There are no young pretenders or rookies involved, with all eight remaining in the draw seasoned competitors. Neil Robertson fought back his virus symptoms for a third straight match[Read More…]

Trump Continues Form in Poland

The last 16 of the Gdynia Open has its first eight competitors after a busy day at the Gdynia Sports Arena in Poland on Friday. The top half of the draw was whittled down to eight in the eighth and final European Tour event on the Players Tour Championship series.[Read More…]