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Race to Cheltenham 2020: Berlin Blog

The battle to qualify for this year's Coral World Grand Prix reaches its climax this weekend as the final stages of the BetVictor German Masters are completed in Berlin. View the draw for the German Masters View the full one-year list prior to the German Masters For full analysis of the current state of play, check out this article by WST ... More

WPBSA Level 2 Certificate Achieves CIMSPA Status

The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) is today pleased to announce that its 1st4sport Level 2 Certificate in Snooker Coaching has been awarded Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) Professional Standards Status. The new CIMSPA Coach Professional Standards which has replaced the UKCC ... More

Robertson Whitewashes Zhou In Austria Final

Neil Robertson became the second player ever to whitewash his opponent in a two-session ranking event final as he beat Zhou Yuelong 9-0 to win the BetVictor European Masters in Dornbirn. View the updated provisional seedings list View the updated provisional end of season ranking list View the latest Race to the Crucible It’s a piece of ... More

Race to Cheltenham: Two to Go

With the start of the BetVictor European Masters today in Austria there are just two events to be completed before the final field is confirmed for this season's Coral World Grand Prix. To return to The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse from 3-9 February following its successful debut at the venue last season, the tournament will again take its place as the ... More

Kananen Wins Nordic Snooker Championship

Finland’s Jani Kananen claimed his maiden Nordic Snooker Championship title last weekend at the Copenhagen Pool and Snooker House. This annual five-day event brought together top players from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Organised by the Nordic Billiard Council, countries take it in turns to host the championship; this year that honour ... More

Teenager Nuessle Defends Austrian Championship

Austria prepares to host its first world professional ranking event in Dornbirn over the coming days, but on the domestic front, the country crowned its latest national snooker champion last weekend. Held at the KÖÖ 7 Snooker Club in Vienna, 18-year-old Florian Nuessle once again underlined his potential as he claimed the title for a fourth consecut... More

Bingham Claims Maiden Masters Title

Stuart Bingham defeated Ali Carter 10-8 in a thrilling contest to lift his maiden Dafabet Masters title at Alexandra Palace in London. Basildon’s 43-year-old Bingham is now the oldest ever winner of the Masters, taking the record from Ray Reardon, who was just under five months younger when he won the title in 1976. Victory sees Bingham lift Triple ... More

Hugill Wins WSF Open To Secure Main Tour Return

Ashley Hugill has defeated Iulian Boiko 5-3 to win the World Snooker Federation Open title in Malta this evening. The victory sees the 25-year-old succeed Luo Honghao as champion and will also see him earn a two-year tour ticket to the World Snooker Tour from the start of the 2020/21 season. Hugill was previously on the professional circuit from ... More

Stockport Open 2020 – Tournament Review

Several champions were crowned during World Disability Snooker and Billiards’ (WDBS) opening event of the new calendar year at the popular Hazel Grove Snooker Club last weekend. View the updated roll of honour The Stockport Open 2020 featured competitors from six different disability classifications – involving those with physical and learning ... More

Top Amateurs To Contest Knockout Rounds In Malta

The WSF Open is now down to the knockout stages following the conclusion of the group stages in Malta late yesterday evening. View the knockout draw View the latest match schedule The prestigious event which has seen over 150 of the world's best amateur snooker players compete across 38 groups during the past four days is now down to just 76, ... More