Tag: Ronnie O’Sullivan

Higgins Sets up Clash with O’Sullivan

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Ding Junhui remained on course for a clash in the Welsh Open final as both came through their respective fourth round encounters unscathed. World and Masters champion O’Sullivan recorded his fourth successive 4-1 victory of the tournament, on this occasion over Ricky Walden. The ‘Rocket’ had good[Read More…]

Williams Flying Welsh Flag

World no.1 Neil Robertson crashed out of the Welsh Open in the third round to home favourite Mark Williams on Wednesday. The Australian, who did manage to add to his centuries tally to go to 88 for the season, was downed 4-3 by Williams – the only Welshman to have[Read More…]

Long Welsh Open Starts Today

The Welsh Open gets under way today in a revamped format that sees the entire tournament contested in Newport. Now in its 23rd year on the calendar, the Welsh Open is the third longest running ranking event, with only the World and UK Championship in existence for a longer period.[Read More…]

China Open Qualifiers Start Today

The qualifying round – technically the first round – of the China Open takes place today, tomorrow and Tuesday in Gloucester. Most of the top 128 professionals in the world are competing in an effort to win the one match required to book their place on the flight to Beijing[Read More…]

2014 German Masters Preview

The seventh main ranking event of a busy season gets under way tomorrow with the German Masters in Berlin. There have been plenty of success stories since the outset of the Barry Hearn era and the influx of new tournaments onto the calendar, but the German Masters is arguably the[Read More…]

Unstoppable Ronnie

If anyone needed reminding, Ronnie O’Sullivan proved once more last night why, while the rankings may not testify to the fact, he is the best player in the world. The likes of Neil Robertson, Ding Junhui and Mark Selby are brilliant players, worthy of being crowned champion of any event,[Read More…]