21 Results for tag: Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

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

Closing in on the Cut: October 2016

Following back to back events in Romania and England, there is now just one tournament to be played before the main seeding list for World Snooker events will be revised for the fourth time this season. The updated list will be used to determine the seedings for the Northern Ireland Open, at which the top 16 players will be seeded in the draw, with the ... More

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

August ended with victory for Mark Selby at the Paul Hunter Classic, following which the World Snooker seeding list was updated for the second time during the 2016/17 season. The new list will be used to determine the seedings for both the European Masters and the International Championship events, both set to be held in October. Click here to view ... More

Un-Nooh Makes Fuerth Max

Thepchaiya Un-Nooh has today made his first maximum 147 break in professional competition at the 2016 Paul Hunter Classic. The break came during the second frame of his last 32 match against Kurt Maflin and is set to earn the Thai number one a £40,000 bonus (the current rolling total), provided that it is not equallled during this weekend. Un-Nooh of ... More

Paul Hunter Classic 2016: Tournament Preview

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 ... More

Closing in on the Cut: August 2016

Following the conclusion of the 2016 Paul Hunter Classic next week, the main seeding list for World Snooker events will be revised for the second time this season. The updated list will be used to determine the seedings for the International Championship and also the European Championship, following the recent announcement of a format change for that ... More

Early Season Firsts

Just three events into the 2016/17 season and already we have seen a number of 'firsts' on the World Snooker Tour from players up, down and even from some not part of the world ranking list. Today we take a look at some of those achievements... Progression Most obvious for inclusion in this list is of course Scotland's Anthony McGill, who made his big ... More

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

Following Ali Carter's victory at the World Open last week, the World Snooker seeding list has been updated for the first time during the 2016/17 season. The new list will be used to determine the seedings for September's Shanghai Masters, with the top 16 players automatically qualifying for China's second-longest running event. Click here to view ... More

The Yushan Eight

Four days down at the 2016 Hanteng Autos World Open in Yushan and 72 players have been reduced to just eight ahead of tomorrow's quarter-finals. Click here to view the updated provisional seedings Click here to view the tournament schedule Despite the exit of a number of big names including Mark Selby, Stuart Bingham, Judd Trump and Ding Junhui ... More

World Open 2016: Tournament Preview

Next Monday sees the start of the 2016 Hanteng Autos World Open from Yushan, with the event back on the calendar following a two-year absence since Shaun Murphy's victory back in 2014. Continue reading for my preview of the  biggest event of the new season so far... Click HERE to view the World Open draw Click HERE to view the World Open ... More