Shaun ‘The Magician’ Murphy was in spectacular form as he secured his second ranking title of the season by defeating Kyren Wilson 10-7 in the Tour Championship final in Hull.
Mark Selby, the four-time world champion, successfully overcame Ryan Day’s impressive mid-game fightback to reach the semi-finals of the Duelbits Tour Championship in Hull.
Following his defeat in the finals of the Six Red World Championships in Thailand, Un-Nooh has dusted off his cue tip and achieved what most snooker players can only dream of, a 100% perfect, 147 break in a major tournament.
Recent news that Ronnie O’Sullivan was forced to withdraw from the World Snooker Tour (WST) Classic due to injury has sent shock waves through the world of snooker.
Ding Junhui has secured the second Six Red World Championship title of his career by defeating Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 8-6 in Pathum Thani, Thailand.
Thailand’s Thepchaiya Un-Nooh battled his way into the final of the Six Red World Championship after defeating Hossein Vafaei 7-6 in a razor-close showdown.
Ding Junhui, the 2016 tournament winner, brought a sudden end to Ronnie O’Sullivan’s dream debut in the Six Red World Championship after defeating him in the first round of the final 16.
In the fast-paced Six Red World Championship in Thailand, where 6 reds and 6 colored balls are used on the table, both John Higgins and Ronnie O’Sullivan win in style to progress to the next round.
The ‘Wizard of Wishaw’, John Higgins, emerged victorious in the 2023 BetVictor Championship League Invitational, defeating Judd Trump 3-1 in the final at a packed Morningside Arena in Leicester.
Snooker is a unique sport that originated in the second half of the 19th century in India. The game was initially created as a variation of billiards, but it quickly evolved into its own distinct sport. Here is a brief history of snooker.
Following a disappointing performance at the Welsh Open, losing to Robert Milkins in the final, Shaun Murphy refinds his form to beat Ali Carter 10-4, winning the coveted Players Championship in Wolverhampton.
Joe O’Connor, the 16th and final qualifier for the Players Championship in Wolverhampton shocked the crowd by defeating the top-seeded player Mark Allen 6-3 in the first round.
Robert Milkins has won his second career ranking title in a spectacular Welsh Open final against Shaun ‘The Magician’ Murphy, narrowly beating him 9-7.