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The world number one ranking could change hands for the first time in over four years following the Coral Tour Championship this week in Llandudno.
For over four years since his victory at the 2015 German Masters Mark Selby has maintained a vice-like grip on top spot, his sensational five-title haul during the 2016/17 season having underlined his ...
Today sees the return of televised snooker with the start of the 2019 Dafabet Masters at the Alexandra Palace in London.
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A tournament that needs little introduction, the Masters is snooker's oldest and most prestigious invitational event which brings together the world's top 16 ranked players ...
For nearly four years since his victory at the 2015 German Masters, Mark Selby has dominated snooker's world ranking list but for the first time this season there is a mathematical possibility that he could be overhauled at the top of the list following the Betway UK Championship.
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Almost a month on since Kyren Wilson lifted his second ranking title at this year's Paul Hunter Classic and the World Snooker Tour resumes with the third staging of the Evergrande China Championship tomorrow.
With Wilson, Neil Robertson and Mark Williams
already in the winner's enclosure this season who will join them by claiming the £150,000 top prize ...
came from 9-5 down to beat David Gilbert 10-9 in a thrilling final to win the Hong Rui Ma Yushan World Open for the first time.
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Last season was an epic one for 43-year-old Williams as he won three ranking titles includ...
We are today pleased to announce further information in respect of six international qualifiers who will compete at this year’s SangSom 6-Red World Championship in September.
The tenth staging of the event won in 2017 by Mark Williams
will take place from 3-8 September in Bangkok, Thailand, with a mix of the sport’s top professionals and leading ...
Ronnie O’Sullivan and Crucible king Mark Williams
each won two categories at the annual World Snooker Awards ceremony in London tonight.
O’Sullivan took the main Player of the Year award having enjoyed one of the best seasons of his career, capturing five ranking titles in a single campaign for the first time. The 42-year-old won the English Open, ...
won the Betfred World Championship for the third time by beating John Higgins 18-16 in one of the all-time great Crucible finals.
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Williams won seven consecutive frames from 7-7 to lead 14-7, and despite a rally from Higgins to 15-15 he closed out victory in the ...
Following Ronnie O'Sullivan's fifth ranking event victory of the season at the Ladbrokes Players Championship last week, there is now just one event to go before the all-important ranking revision to determine the seeding list for next month's Betfred World Championship in Sheffield.
With 16 coveted places at the Crucible Theatre to be decided, this year ...
crushed Graeme Dott 9-1 in a one-sided final to win the D88 German Masters in Berlin.
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It’s the 20th ranking title of Williams’ career and he becomes the fifth player to reach that landmark after Stephen Hendry (36), Ronnie O’Sullivan (31), John Higgins (29) and Steve Davis ...