The former ranking event winner won’t feature at the venue stages.
Tag: Soheil Vahedi
The International Federation of Billiards and Snooker is looking for a new host for its World Championships after Malta pulled out of staging the 2017 edition. Malta had been due to host the prestigious amateur tournament in November but “due to circumstances beyond their control” have let the IBSF know[Read More…]
The July break from ranking event snooker did nothing to hinder Ken Doherty’s resurgence this season as he beat Ali Carter 4-2 to qualify for the Indian Open. That makes it three from three in qualifying events for the Irishman this term, having only regained his place on the Main[Read More…]
Kyren Wilson has won a gold medal for Great Britain on the final day of the 2017 World Games in Wroclaw. The 25 year-old beat compatriot Ali Carter 3-1 in Sunday’s final, which featured the top two ranked players in the tournament. Carter, despite a beautiful break of 113 in[Read More…]
Four players will vie for the three medals in the snooker event at the 2017 World Games in Poland this weekend. Sixteen competitors set out for glory on Wednesday and, perhaps unsurprisingly, four of the professional cueists remain in the hunt for a medal. Only one will leave Wroclaw completely[Read More…]
Soheil Vahedi has won the IBSF World Championship after a fantastic 8-1 victory over Andrew Pagett in Qatar. In doing so, he becomes the second Iranian to capture the most prestigious amateur title after compatriot Hossein Vafaei Ayouri’s success in 2011. The triumph will also mean a likely invitation onto[Read More…]