Tag Archive: Anthony McGill

Aug 10 2014

Selby Comeback Secures Riga Title

Mark Selby is the 2014 Riga Open champion, the new world champion coming back from 3-0 down to defeat Mark Allen in a deciding frame this evening and get his season off to a flying start in Latvia. Click below for more, including a round-up of the key stories from this season’s first European Tour …

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Jan 30 2014

German Masters 2014: Day One Wrap

Today saw the start of the venue stages of the 2014 German Masters and it was not a day without shocks, as both of last season’s finalists suffered early exits at the Tempodrome. Click below for a round-up of the stand out results, as well as links to the scores in full and updated ranking …

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Nov 27 2013

UK Championship 2013: Day Two Blog

Day two at York and following yesterday’s opening eight matches, today we have another twelve last 128 matches, with the likes of Jack Lisowski, Marcus Campbell and Andrew Higginson involved…

Sep 14 2013

Wildcards Set For India Open

As is often the case with fledgling tournaments in new territories, October’s India Open will see six local wildcard players involved, drawn at random to play six players from the lowest 32 seeded players, who have not already played a wildcard this season. Courtesy of snookerorg, the professional players involved have been confirmed, with Scotland’s …

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Apr 17 2013

McManus Hoping To Create More Crucible Memories

After a seven-year absence from the Crucible following his relegation from the top 16 in 2006, Scotland’s Alan McManus made it back to snooker’s biggest stage last weekend with a 10-5 victory over Tom Ford at the final qualifying round. Shortly after his victory, Alan spoke to a few of us backstage as he spoke …

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Mar 20 2013

Closing In On The Cut: Crucible 2013 (Updated)

So this is it, just one more event to go before the seedings for the 2013 World Championship are finalised and following the PTC Grand Finals in Galway last week, the position is now somewhat clearer, though much can still change. Click below for a summary of who has to do what in Beijing, as …

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Feb 05 2013

Under the Radar

It is no secret that in recent weeks, UK and Masters champion Mark Selby has emerged as the man to beat at the top of the game, while the likes of Mark Davis and Stuart Bingham are also players widely recognised to be men very much in form at the moment. As I updated my player …

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Jan 13 2013

China Open 2013: Qualifying Wrap

While many eyes will be on the Masters today, last night saw the conclusion of the qualifiers for the 2013 China Open, another important ranking event on the main tour. Click below for a round-up of the main stories from Sheffield…

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