After a hectic schedule in Newport, there are just eight contenders left in the 2022 Welsh Open draw.
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The quartet will compete on the professional circuit during the 2021/22 and 2022/23 campaigns.
The 2019 Riga Masters will not feature three of the pre-tournament favourites after the final day of qualifiers ended in Sheffield on Thursday.
Home favourite Mark Williams crashed out of the Welsh Open after a disappointing 4-2 second round defeat to Zhang Anda on Tuesday.
Luca Brecel has crashed out of the 2018 China Championship after a 5-3 defeat to Martin O’Donnell in the last 64 on Tuesday in Guangzhou. The Belgian, who captured a maiden ranking event title with victory in the tournament last year, has failed to live up to the promise that[Read More…]
Stuart Bingham lost a qualifying match for the second successive tournament after a 5-4 defeat to Zhang Anda in the preliminaries for the World Open on Friday at the Preston Guild Hall. Shaun Murphy also crashed out with a similar loss to another Chinese competitor, Mei Xiwen, but there were[Read More…]
Matthew Selt comfortably overcame the challenge of three-time women’s world champion Ng On Yee in the first round of World Championship qualifying on Wednesday in Sheffield. Ng, who defended her women’s world title at a canter last month in Malta, had been among a group of several amateur players invited[Read More…]
Scottish duo John Higgins and Anthony McGill are the big names still in contention after the seeds were taken to the sword in the last 16 of the Indian Open on Friday. The quarter-finals will take place later today in Visakhapatnam, with four of the fancied competitors now gone by[Read More…]
An interesting mix of experienced warhorses and up-and-coming talent remains in the hunt for glory in the Indian Open this weekend. Friday will see the last 16 whittled down to the final four as the business end of proceedings heats up in Visakhapatnam. Star top 16 competitors are littered throughout[Read More…]
If yesterday was a day for the seeds, day three in the World Open was all about the underdog as there were a host of upsets in the last 32 in Yushan. World champion Mark Selby, world no.2 Stuart Bingham, home favourite Ding Junhui and former world no.1 Judd Trump all[Read More…]