Chinese snooker sensation Ding Junhui is one of the sport's most decorated players but he has yet to lift the biggest prize yet in his career, the World Championship.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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Team Scotland (John Higgins & Stephen Maguire) and Wales (Mark Williams & Michael White) have both progressed to the semifinals of the Snooker World Cup 2015 in Wuxi, China.
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It’s been another historic season for World Snooker with 50-1 shot Stuart Bingham winning the World Snooker Championship, Ronnie O’Sullivan claiming his 5th UK Championship and Shaun Murphy completing the Triple Crown at The Masters.
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32 players, 17 days, one World Champion. The eyes of the snooker world descend on the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, to see who will win the most prestigious prize in the sport, the Betfred World Snooker Championship 2015.
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Debutant Michael Wasley has produced one of the biggest shocks in the history of the Dafabet World Snooker Championship, beating heavy favourite Ding Junhui 10-9 just past midnight at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Ding Junhui has matched Stephen Hendry's record of winning five ranking titles in the same season by beating world No1 Neil Robertson 10-5 to claim victory in the final of the China Open, Beijing.
John Higgins recorded his biggest win of the season today in the last 16 of the Haikou World Open, recovering from 4-0 behind to make two centuries and beat Judd Trump 5-4. Also through to the quarterfinals are Mark Allen, Shaun Murphy and Graeme Dott.
Ding Junhui has made a strong start to his Haikou World Open campaign with a 5-1 win against Li Yan. There were also victories for Shaun Murphy, Mark Williams, Matthew Stevens and Dominic Dale.
The draw for the williamhill.com UK Championship 2013 has been announced by World Snooker. For the first time in it's history, every player will start from the last-128 stage and every match will be held at the main venue, The Barbican Centre, York.
Ding Junhui has become the first player in nearly 20 years to win three ranking titles in a row, coming from 9-8 down to beat Marco Fu 10-9 in the final of the International Championship in Chengdu, China.
Ding Junhui has won the inaugural Indian Open in Delhi, beating Aditya Mehta 5-0 in the final. This also means he becomes the first player to win back-to-back ranking titles in the same season for a decade.
Mark Allen has won his first title of the season, putting in a dominant performance to beat Ding Junhui 4-1 in the final of the Ruhr Open (European Tour Event 5) in Germany.
Ding Junhui has won the first ever all-Chinese ranking event final, beating Xiao Guodong 10-6 to capture a maiden Shanghai Masters title, his first major win in the country since 2005.
Judd Trump won the last five frames to come from 8-3 behind to level with 8-8 against Shaun Murphy in their Betfair World Snooker Championship quarter-final, meanwhile Ronnie O'Sullivan dominated in his match against Stuart Bingham, he leads 7-1.
Defending Betfair World Snooker Championship champion Ronnie O'Sullivan is looking the strong favourite to reach the quarter-finals after taking a 9-7 lead over Ali Carter. Ding Junhui is also looking strong to progress, having come from 6-2 down overnight to lead Mark King 9-7.