Tag Archive: Mark Williams

Mar 31 2015

The Crucible Curse – A Look Back

This year Mark Selby will become the first player since Neil Robertson in 2011 to try and dispel the so-called ‘Crucible Curse’ that no first time champion will successfully defend the World Championship title at the Crucible Theatre. Click below for my look back through time at how previous first-time world champions have seen their …

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Mar 28 2015

Closing In On The Cut: Crucible 2015

Following Joe Perry’s victory at the 2015 Players Championship today, we are now just one event and one week from knowing the final seedings list for next month’s World Championship, with only one place now up for grabs at the Crucible, but the placement of the seeds in the draw to be determined. There is …

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Mar 28 2015

Perry Fightback Seals Players Championship Title

It has been a long wait for Joe Perry, but tonight he defeated Mark Williams 4-3 to win the 2015 Players Championship event in Thailand, his first full-ranking event title and the £100,000 top prize…

Mar 14 2015

Indian Open Glory For Michael White

A couple of weeks on from winning his first professional title at the Shoot Out in Blackpool, 23-year-old Michael White has now followed that up with his first ranking event success in Mumbai, having whitewashed Ricky Walden 5-0 to win the 2015 Indian Open. With the top prize of £50,000 taking him up to 17th …

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Mar 03 2015

Williams Wins World Seniors Championship

48 hours after losing in the final of the Gdynia Open, Mark Williams has this evening defeated Fergal O’Brien 2-1 to win the 2015 World Seniors Championship in Blackpool.

Mar 01 2015

Gdynia Glory For Robertson

He arrived late for his first match before sneaking through on the colours yesterday, but Neil Robertson ended the Gdynia Open in imperious form, six centuries over the course of the tournament helping him to his third European Tour title in Poland…

Feb 21 2015

Woollaston and Brecel To Face Legends In Welsh Semis

It has been a day to remember for this weekend’s four semi-finalists at the 2015 Welsh Open, as both Ben Woollaston and Luca Brecel have made it through to their first ever ranking event semi-finals, to face two of the game’s all-time greats in home favourite Mark Williams and four-times world champion John Higgins. Click …

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Feb 11 2015

Are There Too Many Number Ones?

Following his victory at last weekend’s German Masters, Mark Selby regained the official number one ranking for the third time this season and the sixth time during his career to date. Already, we have seen the number one ranking change hands on a number of occasions during 2015, with Selby, Neil Robertson and Ding Junhui …

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