Tag: Robert Milkins

Maguire Tames Trump

Stephen Maguire came from behind to beat Judd Trump 6-4 while Neil Robertson repeated the scoreline against Robert MilkinsĀ on the second day of the Masters. Maguire gained a modicum of revenge over Trump after being defeated by the same margin to the Englishman at the recent UK Championship in York.[Read More…]

Williams Back at the Top

Mark Williams caused a major upset yesterday when he beat Ronnie O’Sullivan for the first time in 12 years at the International Championship in Chengdu. His 6-5 victory over the five-time world champion, his long-term bogey player, earned him a semi-final berth in one of the sport’s most lucrative ranking[Read More…]

Stevens Ousts O’Brien in Oz

Matthew Stevens was the first man to the reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Open today as he overcame Ireland’s Fergal O’Brien 5-2 in Bendigo. With there being such a short period in between this ranking event and the Wuxi Classic which only concluded on Sunday, the format was slightly[Read More…]

Irish Out in Wuxi

The seeds enjoyed a good second day at the opening ranking event of the season, the Wuxi Classic. But the same could not be said of the Irish challenge as Ken Doherty and David Morris joined Fergal O’Brien in the departure lounge. Last year’s quarter-finalist Morris pushed Robert Milkins all[Read More…]

Ding on Course to Conquer Yixing

The first event of the 2014/15 campaign is reaching its conclusion with the large field in the Yixing Open whittled down to the final four. The Asian Tour tournament in China kicks off what is sure to be another frantic and frenetic season on the baize. Of course, we have[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…]

Robertson vs Allen: Part Four

The final two first round ties get under way on Wednesday with the world no.1 taking centre stage at the Alexandra Palace in London. Yesterday saw one former champion be eliminated and one progress as there were mixed fortunes for favourites Ding Junhui and Ronnie O’Sullivan. Four-time champion O’Sullivan had[Read More…]