Robert Milkins became the oldest first-time ranking event winner since 1988 with victory in the Gibraltar Open on Saturday.
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The Australian was playing his first match since capturing the UK Championship title earlier this month.
Two players advanced from stage one as the competition continued at the Marshall Arena.
Between the pair, they have lost eight times in the final of the World Snooker Championship.
Next week marks the real commencement of the 2019/20 season with each player bidding for a first ranking event win this term.
Judd Trump continued his fine start to 2019 with a scrappy 5-2 victory over Li Hang as the German Masters got under way in Berlin on Wednesday.
The German Masters gets under way on Wednesday – the last counting event before the final places for the World Grand Prix are determined.
Matthew Stevens booked his return to the Crucible with a 10-2 triumph over Ken Doherty in the final round of the World Championship qualifiers in Sheffield on Wednesday. The Welshman, twice a runner-up, coasted to victory against the 1997 world champion to secure his return to the venue stages for[Read More…]
Only one player currently ranked inside the top 16 in the world features in the last eight as a surprise line-up contends for Northern Ireland Open glory this weekend in Belfast. Mark Williams has been an onlooker this season as his contemporaries Ronnie O’Sullivan and John Higgins continued to notch[Read More…]
We’re back discussing this conversation again! For several years the answer to the question of the best player to have never won a ranking event always seemed like a no-brainer. However, in recent times the debate has been thrown on its head with numerous first-time champions on the tour –[Read More…]