Tag Archive: Peter Ebdon

Oct 28 2013

International Championship 2013: Trump Tumbles

Day two of the International Championship today saw wins for both Neil Robertson and Mark Selby, but notable early exits for Shaun Murphy, Stephen Maguire and defending champion Judd Trump, the latter losing out to a strong performance from Alan McManus. Click below for a round-up of the action today…

Apr 23 2013

Dott Calls For Snooker Shot Clock

Following his gruelling 10-8 victory against 2002 world champion Peter Ebdon last night, in a match that required a third session in addition to its scheduled two, Scotland’s Graeme Dott gave a typically passionate press conference, addressing the issue of slow play, toilet breaks and the role of the referees in helping to prevent the …

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Apr 22 2013

Crucible Diary 2013: Day Three

Day three at the Crucible sees three more first-round matches get underway, as the likes of Stephen Maguire, Mark Allen and Ali Carter begin their respective bids for a first world title…

Apr 21 2013

Crucible Diary 2013: Day Two

Day Two from the Crucible as today will see the conclusion of four more first-round matches, including those involving Shaun Murphy, Barry Hawkins and Ricky Walden…

Apr 15 2013

World Championship Qualifiers 2013: Baird Soars, Selt Survives

While the Crucible draw has today been revealed, a look back at yesterday’s action here as the final ten qualifiers were confirmed on another dramatic day at the EIS in Sheffield…

Nov 20 2012

Closing In On The Cut: December 2012

It feels like yesterday since the previous seedings revision following the International Championship earlier this month, but already the next cut-off is moving ever closer, coming after December’s UK Championship. In fact, for the majority of players on tour, this week’s UK Championship qualifiers will be their last chance to add points to their tally …

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Nov 16 2012

Premier League 2012: Robertson Comeback Denies Ding

Trailing 2-0 and looking on as Ding potted what looked to effectively be semi-final ball, Neil Robertson’s hopes of reaching the Premier League play-offs in Grimsby looked to be lost. Remarkably however, the Australian still found a way to pull a 4-2 victory out of the fire in a thrilling conclusion to the league phase …

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Nov 02 2012

International Championship 2012: Trump Trounces Ebdon To Become Tenth Number One

The first semi-final of the 2012 International Championship might have been a best of 17 frames encounter, but Judd Trump required just ten today to defeat Peter Ebdon 9-1 and progress to his fifth world ranking event final. As a further bonus, Judd also confirmed that he will become snooker’s new world number one when …

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