Welshman Mark Williams has trounced world number one Mark Selby with a win of 6-5 at the first round of The Masters 2018. Alexandra Palace was the venue for the epic opener in front of the packed crowd.
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The Betway UK Championship is once again underway and Crazy Snooker returns even crazier than ever before with Neil Robertson, Kyren Wilson battling it out against John Parrott and Dennis Taylor in an EPIC doubles match!
Ronnie O’Sullivan got the season into full swing with a comprehensive win over Kyren Wilson in the English Open, and from the way he played, you would not bet against this being the first of several this season.
John Higgins faced off against Zhao Xintong, with a final score of 4–3 in an exciting encounter, and so booked his place in the Indian Open’s last 32.
It’s the first time that the city of Vizag is hosting the Indian Open World Ranking Snooker Tournament, and it is taking place at the city’s Novotel hotel, held between September 12-16. Anthony McGill is the defending champion.
For the past 24 months Mark Selby’s snooker dominance, has been almost similar to that of Tiger Woods during his prime.
Since claiming the German Masters title in February 2015, the Jester from Leicester has gone on to claim a further seven ranking titles until the start of the recent China Championship, including back-to-back World Snooker Championship titles, to bring his Crucible tally to three.
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Over 100 of snooker's top players descend on the Guild Hall, Preston next week (3-6 June 2017) for the qualifiers for the China Championship 2017, a brand new ranking event which will be held in China during August later this season.
Mark Selby has won his third world title in four years, fighting from 8-3 behind to beat John Higgins 18-15 in a thrilling World Snooker Championship 2017 final at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
128 players descend on Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Sheffield this week as the World Snooker Championship 2017 qualifiers get underway, with the likes of Jimmy White and former champions Mark Williams, Ken Doherty and Graeme Dott all in action.
Judd Trump has made the third 147 professional snooker maximum break of his career on route to beating Tian Pengfei 5-3 in the third round at the China Open 2017 in Beijing, China.
Seven-time Crucible champion Stephen Hendry will be looking to earn a place at the World Championship qualifiers as he competes against other legends at the World Seniors Snooker Championship this week at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe.
Who needs Funky, Power or Six Reds snooker? Crazy Snooker is where it's at! Watch Betway UK Championship winners Neil Robertson and Mark Selby take each other on in this 9-hole crazy golf inspired snooker challenge!
Preview for The Paul Hunter Classic 2016 in Fürth, Germany. Last year's tournament was won by a resurgent Ali Carter who beat Shaun Murphy 4-3 in the final at the Stadthalle.
In a exciting addition for the 2016/2017 World Snooker tour, a 'Home Nations' series of ranking tournaments will be staged in the UK starting with the new English Open event in Manchester on October 10-16.
Ali Carter has won his first ranking title in three years and returned to the elite Top 16 by putting in a gutsy performance to beat fellow Englishman Joe Perry 10-8 in the final of the World Open 2016 in Yushan, China.
Anthony McGill has won the first ranking title of his career, the Indian Open in Hyderabad. He beat Kyren Wilson 5-2 in the final to take home the trophy and the £50,000 first prize.
Neil Robertson has won the Riga Masters in Latvia, beating Michael Holt 5-2 in the final. It was the first ranking event of the 2016/2017 season.