Tag Archive: Liang Wenbo

Aug 01 2015

Last 16 in Riga

Two days down in Riga at the first European Tour event of the 2015/16 season and we are now down to just 16 players heading into the final day. Click below for a round-up of the action so far…

Mar 29 2015

My 10 Years at the Crucible – Part Two

A year ago ahead of my tenth year visiting the Crucible Theatre for the World Championship, I took a look back at my first three years between 2005-7, recalling the various experiences that had helped draw me to the sport and ultimately end up writing this blog. Unfortunately at the time I never got round …

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Feb 07 2015

German Masters 2015: Quarter-Finals Wrap

We have already enjoyed a number of memorable matches during the 2014/15 snooker season, but with all four matches this evening going to deciding frames, including a 147 break for Judd Trump and plenty of drama aside, tonight proved to be a session that will live long in the memory for those who had a …

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Feb 05 2015

German Masters 2015: Last 32 Wrap

Day two of the German Masters and already we are at the conclusion of the last 32 stage, with world number one Ding Junhui one of four top 16 players to fall at the first hurdle in Berlin. Click below for my round-up of the opening round action at the venue and confirmation as to …

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Oct 12 2014

Carter Set To Return At General Cup

Although this week will not see the return of ranking event snooker following the postponement of the Indian Open, there will be action for a few of the professionals at least, as the General Cup is staged in Hong Kong for the sixth time. While there is a strong line-up across the board, clearly the …

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Jul 30 2014

The Big Neil Robertson Interview – Part One

During recent seasons, current world number one Neil Robertson has been one of the most consistent winners on the professional circuit, last year completing a career ‘triple crown’ with his victory at the UK Championship in York, as well as famously becoming the first player ever to compile more than 100 competitive century breaks during …

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Jun 26 2014

Wuxi Classic 2014: Down To 16

Three days in to the Wuxi Classic and we are down to the last 16 stage, with world champion Mark Selby the most notable casualty so far, not withstanding Ding’s qualifying exit last month in Gloucester. Click below for a round-up of the main stories so far, as well as a reminder of all of …

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Mar 08 2014

Bingham Wins AT4, Grand Finals Seedings Set

Congratulations to Stuart Bingham who has today defeated Liang Wenbo 4-1 to win the Asian Tour Four event in Dongguan, his first title of the season and third Asian Tour event overall since their introduction in 2012. The victory means that Stuart will take home the top prize of £10,000, as well as a special …

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