Tag: World Cup

Preview: Snooker World Cup

The early stages of the 2017/18 season resumes on Monday with the start of the World Cup in Wuxi. The World Cup sees 24 pairs from 23 different countries going head to head in the biggest team event in the sport. Team events have a long tradition in snooker but[Read More…]

Snooker in July

After the conclusion of the Riga Masters last Sunday, the 2017/18 season is well and truly under way. As we soon enter the second half of this calendar year with the beginning of July on Saturday, it’s a good opportunity to take a look at what’s in store for the[Read More…]

China on Top in World Cup Groups

Malta’s undefeated sequence came to a surprising end as the two Chinese outfits took control of their respective groups in the World Cup in Wuxi. Maltese duo Tony Drago and Alex Borg had won their opening 10 frames and were expected to continue their dominant form against Singapore, but fell[Read More…]

World Cup Preview

The Snooker World Cup returns on Monday after a four-year absence with a 24-team tournament in Wuxi. China is the defending champion and they will go into the event as the only nation to boast two teams in the line-up – a special privilege given to the hosts. The World[Read More…]