10 Results for tag: Joe Swail
With the start of the 2019 Betfred World Championship qualifiers on Wednesday it is time for my annual live blog which will track the key movements in this season's tour survival race throughout the tournament.
For those who can finish up inside of the top 64, or in the top eight of the one-year ranking list, not including those players, a place on tour ...
With just the top eight on the one-year ranking list to contest this week's Coral Tour Championship, there are just two further counting events to be completed for the players further down the world ranking list before the end of the 2018/19 season.
Today we take an updated look at the battle for tour survival and the task facing those in and around the ...
With just five events still to be completed during the 2018/19 season today we take a look at the state of play in this season's battle for tour survival, with several big names needing wins to be sure of retaining their places on the World Snooker Tour.
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China A made it through to the quarter-finals of the Little Swan World Cup in Wuxi, beating Hong Kong 3-2 in their last group match thanks to Ding Junhui.
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The winner of the match was sure to go through to the last eight, and with the score at 2-2, Hong Kong’s Marco Fu had the chance to knock out the home favourites. ...
Sanderson Lam bounced straight back from losing his place on the World Snooker Tour by beating Joe Swail
4-2 in event two of Q School.
Q School began with 206 players seeking one of the 12 fresh two-year tour cards. Last Sunday’s four winning event one quarter finalists Lukas Kleckers, Allan Taylor, Ashley Hugill and Billy Joe Castle secured the first ...
With just one day to go until the start of the 2017 Betfred World Championship qualifiers it is time for my annual live blog, which will track all of the key movements in the race for tour survival as the tournament progresses.
For those who can finish up inside of the top 64, or in the top eight of the one-year ranking list, not including those players, ...
As the start of the new year approaches, today I take an updated look at the latest in the battle for tour survival with eight ranking events still to be completed during the 2016/17 season.
For the first time since the introduction of two-year tour cards, the qualification system has in fact been subject to something a shake-up, following the end of the ...
As we approach the mid-way point of the season, for many of the players currently ranked in the lower half of the rankings, attention is already shifting towards the battle to remain on tour beyond the end of 2016/17.
For the first time since the introduction of two-year tour cards, the qualification system has in fact been subject to something a ...
This week sees the return of the popular Paul Hunter Classic tournament from Fuerth, the event now upgraded to full-ranking status following Ali Carter's memorable victory at the Stadhalle a year ago.
Today I take a look at some of the points to note about the event and how the draw is shaping up in what is the fourth ranking event of the season so ...
It might seem like early days in the 2016/17 season, but with three ranking events already concluded and another to follow next week, already we can start to speculate as to which players have work to do if they are to remain on tour beyond the end of this season.
With every pound, dollar or euro to be earned between now and next May likely to be ...