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Hawk Regains Title Belief

World number 13 Barry Hawkins admits that he had feared he may never lift silverware again, but a strong end to last season has rekindled title ambitions for the three-time ranking event winner. Hawkins fell out of the world’s top 16 last year and missed out on a place at the Masters for the first… Read More

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Hawk Eyes Crucible Return

Barry Hawkins has been one of the most successful players at the Crucible over the last decade and he hopes that this year’s Betfred World Championship can introduce a new audience to snooker. The 2020 running of the event has been postponed due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis, but a recent announcement has seen the… Read More

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Hawks Swoops To 147 In York

Barry Hawkins made the third 147 of his career in the first round of the Betway UK Championship on Wednesday. The break came during the fourth frame of Hawkins’ match against Gerard Greene and put him 4-0 ahead. The Londoner had made breaks of 91, 68 and 80 in the first three frames. He is… Read More

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Rib Crunch Rocks The Boat For Hawk

Barry Hawkins has revealed that his start to the season has been affected by a freak boating accident which left him with a fractured rib. The world number nine suffered the injury during a holiday before the qualifiers in June which marked the start of the 2019-20 campaign. “We were in the Norfolk Broads on… Read More

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Hawkins Not Fazed By O’Sullivan Test

Barry Hawkins insists he won’t be afraid of taking on Ronnie O’Sullivan in the first round of the Coral Players Championship in Preston on Monday. The tournament at the Guild Hall features the top 16 players from this season’s money list, with O’Sullivan defending the title against the likes of Judd Trump, Mark Selby, John… Read More

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Hawkins – I’ll Be A Better Traveller

Barry Hawkins hopes that an improved attitude towards playing in overseas events will give him a better chance of winning titles in the coming season. Hawkins has been one of the most consistent performers on the pro tour in recent years, a regular fixture among the world’s top eight. But he admits his record in… Read More

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Barry Hawkins Q&A

Barry Hawkins is enjoying a bright start to the 2017/18 season after qualifying for both the Riga Masters and China Championship, as well as earning a place in England’s two-man World Cup team. We spoke with Hawkins as he looked ahead to his campaign beginning in earnest this week in Latvia… Barry, it was a strong… Read More

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Hawk Flying

Barry Hawkins swept aside the disappointment of near misses this season to clinch the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix title in dramatic fashion last month. Hawkins will be hoping to build on his World Grand Prix win next week in Llandudno and claim a second Ladbrokes Players Championship title, as the field shrinks from the 32 best players… Read More

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Hawk Eyes More Titles

Barry Hawkins is looking to claim his first ranking title in two years at the tenth anniversary Shanghai Masters next week. After a slow start to the campaign, the Hawk is looking to spring into form as the tournament calendar steps up in intensity… Barry, how do you feel you’ve played so far this season?… Read More

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Hawkins Rules In Riga

Barry Hawkins won the first Kreativ Dental Clinic European Tour event of the season, beating Tom Ford 4-1 in the final of the Kaspersky Lab Riga Open. World number eight Hawkins captured his first title since the Players Championship 16 months ago by winning seven straight matches in the Latvian capital. The former Crucible finalist… Read More

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