Judd Trump beat fellow Englishman Tom Ford 4-2 to advance to the last eight of the World Grand Prix in Cheltenham on Wednesday.
Tag: World Grand Prix
Ding Junhui produced a strong display to beat local favourite Jack Lisowski 4-1 in the first round of the World Grand Prix in Cheltenham on Tuesday.
Ronnie O’Sullivan suffered a surprise 4-2 defeat to Marco Fu as his defence of the World Grand Prix prematurely ended in Cheltenham on Monday.
The conclusion of the German Masters on Sunday means that the World Grand Prix draw is finally confirmed on the eve of the event.
A semi-final defeat for Duane Jones in the German Masters on Saturday means that the World Grand Prix line-up is now complete.
The German Masters gets under way on Wednesday – the last counting event before the final places for the World Grand Prix are determined.
This season’s World Grand Prix, Players Championship, and Tour Championship have been rebranded as the Coral Cup ahead of the series launch in the new year. These tournaments were previously sponsored by Ladbrokes but the Ladbrokes Coral Group has taken a strategic decision to make the change to the Coral[Read More…]
Ladbrokes has renewed its sponsorship of snooker’s World Grand Prix and Players Championship, and added the new Tour Championship to the series. Those three events will make up the Ladbrokes Series of world ranking events in 2019. The Ladbrokes World Grand Prix will run from February 4-10 in Cheltenham, followed[Read More…]
Cheltenham will host a major snooker tournament for the first time in February 2019 when the World Grand Prix comes racing into the town. The world ranking event will run from February 4th to 10th in The Centaur, part of the famous Cheltenham Racecourse. Fans in the Gloucestershire area will[Read More…]
Ronnie O’Sullivan romped to victory in the World Grand Prix by comfortably outplaying Ding Junhui to secure a 10-3 scoreline at the Guild Hall on Sunday in Preston. The Englishman was rarely troubled as he confidently powered his way to a fourth ranking title of the campaign, more than he[Read More…]