Matthew Selt won the first ranking title of his career, 17 years after turning professional, by beating Lyu Haotian 5-3 in the final of the Indian Open in Kochi.
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Romford’s 33-year-old Selt had never previously been beyond the quarter-finals of a ranking ...
It has been almost seven weeks since the last piece of ranking event silverware was handed over to first-time winner Ryan Day at the Riga Masters, but next Wednesday marks the return of ranking event snooker as the venue stages of the Evergrande China Championship get underway in Guangzhou.
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This week sees the return of professional snooker for the final tournament prior to this season's Betfred World Championship as the tour heads to Beijing for the 2017 China Open.
As well as being a prestigious title in its own right, the event marks the final chance for players to add ranking points to their tallies ahead of the most important rankings ...
There are still nearly two months to run before the start of the 2017 Ladbrokes World Grand Prix, but in fact there are just two events still to be completed before the field for Preston is set, meaning that the race to qualify has already reached a critical phase.
Held last season in mid-March, this term the tournament moves to a new slot from 6-12 ...
As well as battling it out to become the tenth winner of the Shanghai Masters this week, some competing at the event are also fighting to qualify for the new Evergrande China Championship, which will be staged in Guangzhou, China in November.
Yesterday I took a look at how the 16 players who will be involved will be selected and the state of play heading ...
Next week sees the conclusion of the 2016 Shanghai Masters, following which the main seeding list for World Snooker events will be revised for the third time this season.
The updated list will be used to determine the seedings for the English Open, at which the top 16 players will be seeded in the draw, with the remaining 112 to be drawn at random.
On 19th May 2016 the WPBSA Disciplinary Committee heard the case of WPBSA and Matthew Selt. It was alleged that Mr Selt posted messages on social media that were offensive and that they were the subject of a complaint from a member of the public. This is contrary to the WPBSA Social Media Guidelines and is contrary to section 1.2 of the WPBSA ...