Ronnie O’Sullivan remains the heavy favourite after the UK Championship semi-final line-up was completed on Friday in York.
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There were big shocks on Thursday as the UK Championship quarter-final line-up was completed at the Barbican Centre in York.
A last-gasp clearance of 67 from Mark Williams saw Mark Allen crash out of the China Open in the third round on Thursday, leaving his World Championship fate out of his own hands. The Northern Irishman appeared set to complete a sterling comeback from 3-0 down against the three-time champion[Read More…]
The field of 32 players for the World Grand Prix will be confirmed next week after the conclusion of the Snoot Out in Watford. The World Grand Prix, with a top prize of £100,000, will see this season’s best-performing competitors head to the Guild Hall from the 19th to the[Read More…]
Judd Trump is guaranteed a semi-final berth in Group 4 of the Championship League after continuing his love affair with the competition on Wednesday. The three-time champion won all four of his round-robin fixtures. while also being awarded another walkover victory after the withdrawal of Mark Allen, to sit pretty[Read More…]
Anthony Hamilton came from 4-3 down to beat Mitchell Mann in a decider to ensure his return as defending champion to the German Masters next month. The popular event in Berlin is one of only two ranking tournaments on the calendar that requires more than one qualifying round to be[Read More…]
Day three in the China Championship began with 11 out of the top 16 ranked players, but only four remain after a session of carnage in Guangzhou. World champion Mark Selby had already bowed out in a deciding frame thriller to Zhou Yuelong in the afternoon session, but that was[Read More…]
Friday evening at the German Masters is a special occasion which has earned a reputation as being one of the best sessions of snooker in the entire calendar. The impressive Tempodrom is packed with enthusiastic, appreciative fans, all hooked on the action with a quartet of simultaneous fixtures providing the four[Read More…]
By Frank B. Halfar In Berlin The Thursday is the only day in the tournament with a morning session. Now yours truly is no morning person at all, and begs extenuating circumstances for having written yesterday’s piece well into the wee hours of the night. So I admit I’ve seen[Read More…]