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Joe Perry – My Greatest Match

Our Greatest Match series features some of snooker’s biggest names, who we have consulted to find out what they deem to be their most significant encounter on the baize. Today we hear from Joe Perry, who landed an emotional first win on UK soil back in March by defeating Judd Trump 9-5 in the final… Read More

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Perry Refreshed For New Season

World number 20 Joe Perry believes the starkness of the sporting reality throughout the coronavirus pandemic has acted as a catalyst for him to inject new enthusiasm into his preparation for tournaments this season. The Cambridge cueman struggled to produce his best snooker during the 2020/21 campaign, registering just one quarter-final appearance, which came at… Read More

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Crucible Debut Career Highlight – Perry

World number 17 Joe Perry hopes that his Crucible experience, which extends back 21 years, will give him the edge at Betfred World Championship qualifying. Perry made his debut in 1999, securing a dramatic 10-9 win over Steve Davis on the final black in the opening round. Despite being a former Players Champion and Masters… Read More

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Snooker Leading The Way – Perry

World number 17 Joe Perry believes that the return of live snooker at the upcoming Championship League can provide a boost to the sport. Global sport came to a shuddering halt this year, when the Coronavirus pandemic caused nationwide lockdowns around the world. However, snooker is set to play a leading role in the resumption… Read More

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Gentleman’s Game

It has been an impressive season so far for Joe Perry and he has plenty of reason for optimism as he looks to the future… Perry has been a regular at the business end of tournaments this season, after injecting an added intensity to his work ethic for the 2018/19 campaign. A bittersweet highlight for… Read More

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Perry – Yushan Defeat Was Bitter Blow

Joe Perry admits his defeat against Ali Carter in the final of last week’s World Open was one of the most disappointing moments of his career. Perry was denied a second ranking title after losing 10-8 to Carter in Yushan, China. The result had echoes of the 2014 Wuxi Classic final when he lost 10-9… Read More

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The A-Z of Joe Perry

The Players Championship winner goes under the spotlight… Abroad – What is your favourite holiday destination? It would have to be Las Vegas – I’d love to go back and do it all again. Book – What is the last book you read? Bounce by Matthew Syed. Cue – What cue do you use? I’ve… Read More

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Perry Wins Players Championship

Joe Perry won the first world ranking title of his 24-year career by beating Mark Williams 4-3 in the final of the Players Championship in Bangkok. World number 13 Perry came from 3-0 down to win a dramatic final in Thailand, to take the trophy plus the biggest cheque of his career: £100,000. Perry, from… Read More

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Perry And Bingham To Meet In Semis

Joe Perry and Stuart Bingham both scored 4-1 victories at the Players Championship in Thailand to book a semi-final meeting on Saturday. Bingham shared the first two frames against Mark Davis but then won three in a row with breaks of 52, 101 and 82. Basildon’s Bingham, who is chasing his third career ranking title… Read More

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Perry Wins Xuzhou Open

Joe Perry beat Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 4-1 in the final of the Xuzhou Open to win his second Asian Tour event. Cambridgeshire’s 40-year-old Perry, who has found the best form of his career in recent seasons, compiled breaks of 60, 51 and 66 to beat Thailand’s Un-Nooh and claim the £10,000 top prize in China’s Jiangsu… Read More

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