China A and China B both began their 2019 World Cup campaigns strongly with resounding victories on home soil in Wuxi on Monday.
Tag: World Cup
The 2019 Snooker World Cup returns to the calendar this week with 24 teams set to take part in China from Monday.
The 2019/20 snooker season will tentatively get under way on Monday with the first batch of ranking event qualifiers at Ponds Forge.
China A fought back from 3-1 down to pip England to World Cup glory in Wuxi on Sunday. In doing so, Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo regained the title they first won together in Thailand six years ago. It prolongs Chinese dominance in the tournament, with the last three editions[Read More…]
Both Chinese teams remain on course for a crowd-pleasing final showdown as the World Cup comes down to the final four in Wuxi. 2011 winning pair Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo produced a strong display for China A to beat Wales 4-1. It was a much harder affair for China[Read More…]
Eight teams remain in the hunt for World Cup glory as the quarter-finals get under way later on Saturday in Wuxi. A dramatic final round of group stage encounters produced eight teams who will battle it out for global glory this weekend. Two countries narrowly missed out on a place[Read More…]
All four groups in the 2017 World Cup are set up nicely as the final round of matches in the round-robin takes place on Friday in China. Only England has guaranteed its safe progress into the quarter-finals with a fixture to spare. Judd Trump and Barry Hawkins hammered Pakistan 5-0[Read More…]
Wales produced a scintillating performance to hammer Finland 5-0 in the World Cup as the seeded teams began to take a bigger grip on the round-robin stage in Wuxi. It was always likely that the in-form Welsh pairing of Mark Williams and Ryan Day would do some damage in this[Read More…]
Two out of the five round-robin fixtures have been played as the World Cup continues this week in Wuxi. Defending champions China B have got off to a strong start, winning seven out of their opening ten frames against Finland and Norway to sit just behind the top two in[Read More…]
By Fin Ruane Just over two months ago the snooker world was fixated on Sheffield as the blue riband event of the season took place. This year, the World Championship was even more special as it was the 40th anniversary of the prestigious event being held at the iconic Crucible[Read More…]