20 Results for tag: Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

World Championship 2018: Tour Survival Blog

With the start of the 2018 Betfred World Championship qualifiers on Wednesday it is time for my annual live blog which will track all of 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, they will ... More

Tour Survival 2018 – Two To Go

With just next week's Fuhua Group China Open and the season-ending Betfred World Championship to go before the end of the 2017/18 season, today we take an updated look at the battle for tour survival as players in the drop zone look to retain their professional status for at least another campaign. Below I explain just how the places will be determined ... More

Joy of Six For Williams

Mark Williams has won the Sangsom Six Red World Championship for the first time by beating local favourite Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 8-2 in the final in Bangkok. World number 17 Williams dominated the final against Thailand’s Un-Nooh to take the top prize of 3.5 million Baht (around £81,000). It’s a first title for Welshman Williams since he won the ... More

Tour Survival 2018: The Early Running

While we are only three events into the 2017/18 season, the players further down the ranking list will already have half an eye on the ranking list as they look to safeguard their positions on the World Snooker Tour beyond the end of this season. With every pound, dollar or euro to be earned between now and next May potentially crucial, today I take my ... More

September Snooker

Following significant ranking victories for Luca Brecel and Michael White in August, the World Snooker Tour will next head to Bangkok, Vishakhapatnam, Yushan and Preston as we move into September. View the latest provisional seeding list Below I look ahead to the coming month on the baize, including the latest tournaments on the World Snooker Tour, ... More

China Championship 2017: Tournament Preview

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. View the China Championship draw View the China Champions... More

Race to Preston: Live Blog

The season-long battle for places at the 2017 Ladbrokes World Grand Prix comes to a head this week as ranking event snooker returns to our screens with the venue stages of the German Masters from Berlin. Following the conclusion of the Scottish Open event won by Marco Fu just before Christmas, we analysed the current standings in the qualification race ... More

Closing in on the Cut: German Masters

Ranking event snooker returns to our screens next week with the venue stages of the F66.com German Masters from the iconic Tempodrom venue in Berlin. The event will also mark the latest seedings revision of the 2016/17 season, with the new updated rankings set to decide the final seeding list for the Welsh Open, while the 32 qualifiers for the World ... More

World Snooker Seedings 2016/17: Revision Six Round-Up

As 2016 comes to a close on the World Snooker Tour with Marco Fu's brilliant victory at the Scottish Open, we also reach the sixth seedings revision of the current season. Continue reading for a summary of all of the key ranking movements following the action in Glasgow. The new list will be used to determine the seedings for the 2017 China Open. ... More

Race to the World Grand Prix 2017

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 ... More