Tag Archive: Matt Selt

Apr 20 2015

Crucible Diary 2015: Day Three

Day three at the Crucible and already we have had some early morning drama with another deciding frame finish between Barry Hawkins and Matt Selt… Click below for the third of my daily blogs from the Crucible…

Apr 16 2015

The Big 2015 World Championship Preview With Neal Foulds

Following eight days of qualifying and months of anticipation, the draw for the 2015 World Championship is now known and as was the case last year, former world number 3 and leading snooker analyst Neal Foulds has taken time out to cast his eye through the opening round ties and pick his players to watch …

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Apr 05 2015

World Snooker Rankings 2014/15: Revision Six Round-Up

Mark Selby’s victory at the China Open earlier today marked the final mid-season seedings revision of the season and the most important of all with the World Championship set to get underway on Wednesday. Click below for a round-up of all of the key changes to the seeding list…

Mar 24 2015

Maguire Survives, Milkins Exits

Day one of the Players Championship Grand Finals in Thailand and already it has been a potentially significant day in the race for places at the Crucible, with Stephen Maguire surviving what looked to be a tip change at 3-2 down to John Higgins to win 4-3, while Robert Milkins fell at the first hurdle …

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Jan 22 2015

AT3: Down To 32, Order of Merit Latest

Three days down, two to go at the third and final Asian Tour event of the 2014/15 and it is crunch time in respect of the race for all important places on the Asian Order of Merit, with both Players Championship Grand Finals and main tour places on offer for those in action this week. …

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Jan 18 2015

Xuzhou Open 2015: Tournament Preview

Next Tuesday sees the start of the 2015 Xuzhou Open, the third and crucially final, event of this season’s Asian Tour, a significant milestone during this 2014/15 season as the final Asian Order of Merit will be confirmed…

Dec 26 2014

Best of 2014: Most Improved Player

Following on from my polls to find the best match and best player of 2014, the final part of my trio of ‘best of’ articles sees me take a look at the most improved players of the year, always a category that is open to interpretation (improved results or improved ability?), with a mix of …

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Dec 15 2014

To Polish Or Not To Polish?

That would appear to be the question, as World Snooker chose the recent Lisbon Open event at which to trial a new system of ‘polishing’ the balls prior to matches, in an attempt to reduce the amount of kicks and bad bounces in the game. As is ever the case in snooker, feedback was varied, …

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