Tag: Stuart Bingham

Walden Proves Battling Worth

So the first ranking event of the season has come and gone with Ricky Walden emerging victorious at the Wuxi Classic in China. It gave Walden his second ranking event title, four years after his maiden glory which also came in the Far East country at the Shanghai Masters. Walden[Read More…]

Wuxi Classic Preview

The Wuxi Classic gets under way on Monday as the 2012/13 campaign picks up pace with the first major ranking event of the season. This week saw the first ranking points fought for with the inaugural staging of an Asian Players Tour Championship event, eventually won be Stuart Bingham. Bingham[Read More…]

Back-to-Back Wins for Bingham

Stuart Bingham walked away with his second trophy of the season today after following up his victory in the Pink Ribbon Pro-Am with a 4-3 triumph over Stephen Lee at the first APTC event of the season in China. In an exciting and what seemed to be high-quality final, Bingham[Read More…]

White Making his Mark

Michael White is announcing himself as a big-time player after reaching the semi-finals of the first Asian Players Tour Championship event of the season in China. The 20 year-old has been widely tipped as a star of the future and many believe that the beginning of a potentially illustrious career[Read More…]

Trump Sets Up O’Sullivan Clash

Judd Trump wasn’t at his best but still had enough in the tank to see off the challenge of Stuart Bingham in round one of The Masters at Alexandra Palace. The UK Champion defeated his fellow Englishman 6-3, claiming the last four frames of a match that, at times, looked[Read More…]

The Masters Snooker

The 2012 Masters gets under way on Sunday with arguably the greatest ever field in the history of the illustrious tournament. The invitational event is such that, in any given year, a significant portion of the Top 16 in the world rankings that contest the annual competition could emerge victorious[Read More…]

World of Snooker in 2012

First and foremost, Happy New Year to one and all. And what a year we have in prospect for snooker in 2012. 2011 was one of the sport’s greatest years – particularly in terms of the last couple of decades – with a further influx in new tournaments and an emergence[Read More…]

Crafty Ken Through in Killarney

Ken Doherty was the star attraction on day three of the Alex Higgins International Trophy and progressed to round four after three successive deciding-frame victories. The Irishman has been involved in some dramatic encounters down the years – World Championship finals included – but put his home fans through the[Read More…]

Beaming Bingham Down Under

Stuart Bingham shocked world number one Mark Williams to win the 2011 Australian Open in unbelievable fashion. The qualifier came from 8-5 behind to pip the German Masters champion in the deciding frame 9-8 and with it claim the first ranking event title of his career. Matthew Huart over at[Read More…]

Williams and Bingham into Australian Final

Mark Williams and Stuart Bingham will contest the inaugural Australian Open final after respective 6-2 victories over Ken Doherty and Shaun Murphy in Bendigo. Williams easily dismantled the challenge of Irishman Doherty in a largely one-sided contest. The Welshman opened up a 3-1 lead at the interval and, despite a[Read More…]