Leicester's Mark Selby has won his second World Snooker Championship title just two years after his first, beating Ding Junhui 18-14 in the final at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
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Kyren Wilson has reached his first World Snooker Championship quarter-final, seeing off an epic comeback from Mark Allen to win 13-9 at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Michael Holt has recorded the biggest wins of his career, beating 2010 champion Neil Robertson 10-6 in the first round of the World Snooker Championship 2016 at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Here is the final Last 32 draw for the World Snooker Championship 2016 at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Defending champion Stuart Bingham faces a tough opener against Ali Carter.
Ding Junhui and Ken Doherty are now only one match away in qualifying for the televised stages of the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Iranian professional Hossein Vafaei Ayouri has beaten Tian Pengfei to set up an exciting second round World Snooker Championship qualifying match against Ken Doherty.
Judd Trump has won his second China Open title, coming from behind in the final to win eight frames in a row and beat Ricky Walden 10-4 in Bejing, China.
15-year-old wildcard Yuan Sijun pulled off the shock win of the season, beating German Masters champion Martin Gould 5-0 in the first round of the China Open, Beijing.
Mark Allen has won the Players Championship 2016, beating Ricky Walden 10-6 in the final at Event City, Manchester. It was Allen's first ranking title victory in the UK.
Snooker Legends are proud to present two of the world’s biggest pro snooker stars in one of the biggest grudge matches ever, Ronnie O'Sullivan v Judd Trump in the Eleven 30 Series!
Shaun Murphy has won the sixth world snooker ranking title of his career, beating Stuart Bingham 10-9 from 4-1 down to win the World Grand Prix in Llandudno, Wales.
Ronnie O'Sullivan has won his fourth Welsh Open title in style, coming from 5-2 behind to beat Neil Robertson 9-5 in the final at the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff.
Ding Junhui made the sixth 147 maximum break of his career today at the Welsh Open in Cardiff. Despite making the £12,000 winning break in the sixth frame, he went on to lose the quarterfinal match 5-2 to Neil Robertson.
London's Martin Gould has won the German Masters 2016, putting in a strong performance to beat Belgium's Luca Brecel 9-5 in the final at the Tempodrom, Berlin. It was the first ranking title win of Gould's career.
Ronnie O'Sullivan has equalled Stephen Hendry's haul of six Masters titles, thrashing Barry Hawkins 10-1 in the final at Alexandra Palace, London.
It's that time of year again as the 16 best snooker players in the world travel to Alexandra Palace, London, for the most prestigious invitational event on the calendar, The Masters. Can defending champion Shaun Murphy dominate once again?
Over the past few days, some of the top snooker players on the planet, including Judd Trump, Ronnie O'Sullivan and Ding Junhui, have been battling in Wigan for a spot at the Last 32 of the German Masters in Berlin.
Neil Robertson has won his second UK Championship title, putting in a dominant performance to beat Liang Wenbo 10-5 in the final at the Barbican Centre, York.
Neil Robertson has made history, becoming the first player to make a maximum 147 break in the final of the UK Championship in York. It was the 115th maximum break in professional snooker history.
John Higgins has won the 28th ranking title of his career at the International Championship in Daqing, China, beating surprise finalist David Gilbert 10-5.