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Hendon Play Set For Grand Opening

Eurosport and ITV commentator David Hendon isn’t just one of snooker’s leading broadcasters, but is also an award winning playwright away from the baize. He has a brand new play taking to the stage this evening. Hendon’s full length play, The Grand, zones in on room 119 of The Grand Hotel in Brighton, finding out… Read More

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2020/21 Season Foul Count

Following our analysis of the most pots made during the 2020/21 season, we’ve delved back into the database to find out which players have racked up the most fouls in the campaign. It’s World Champion Mark Selby who tops the list, having amassed 253 fouls during a season which saw him pick up his fourth… Read More

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World Snooker Tour 2021/22: Experts’ Predictions

With the 2021/22 World Snooker Tour season getting underway this month, we asked some of snooker’s top analysts and journalists to give their predictions for the year ahead… Most Likely Maiden Ranking Event Winner Neal Foulds, Former World Number Three, TV Pundit and Commentator Zhou Yuelong – It requires a tough all round game to… Read More

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World Snooker Tour 2020/21: Experts’ Predictions

With the 2020/21 World Snooker Tour season getting underway on Sunday, we asked some of snooker’s top journalists and analysts to give their predictions for the year ahead… Most Likely Maiden Ranking Event Winner Neal Foulds, Former World Number Three and TV Pundit Noppon Saengkham – At the Crucible, Saengkham gave us a timely reminder… Read More

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World Snooker Tour Players 2020/21

We can now confirm the final list of players who will compete on the World Snooker Tour during the 2020/21 season. THE TOP 64 (64) These players finished inside the top 64 of the official world ranking list at the end of last season and so will retain their places on the circuit, with a one-year card…. Read More

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Milton Keynes To Host Season Opening Events

WST can now announce that all of the first eight fixtures on the 2020/21 calendar will be held at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes. We are delighted to continue working with the staff at the Marshall Arena, who were a tremendous help staging last season’s Championship League and Tour Championship under trying circumstances, due… Read More

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BetVictor European Series Set For Second Season

The BetVictor European Series will return in the upcoming World Snooker Tour campaign. The series operates with a unique ranking list over four events, with the player earning the most prize money pocketing a bumper bonus of ÂŁ150,000. Last season, world number one Judd Trump secured the lucrative payout, after wins at the BetVictor German… Read More

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2018/19 Calendar Amendments – New Indian Open Dates Confirmed

The re-scheduled Indian Open will now go ahead in Kochi from February 27th- 3rd March in 2019. The event, which was set to take place earlier this month, was postponed due to the devastating flooding in the Kerala region. Our thoughts remain with all those affected and we look forward to travelling to Kochi in February and showing… Read More

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German Duo Aim To Become Trailblazers

Germany has moved one step closer in its search for a “snooker Boris Becker”, as a nation brimming with enthusiastic spectators finally has what it’s been longing for: bright prospects to support on the professional circuit. The responsibility of maximising Germany’s snooker potential rests on the shoulders of Essen-born Lukas Kleckers, 22, and Berlin’s Simon… Read More

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Shanghai Masters to Become Snooker’s Richest Invitational

The Shanghai Masters will become the richest invitation event in snooker history next year. The tournament has been a ranking event since 2007 but from 2018 it will become a 24-man invitation event with a total prize fund of ÂŁ725,000. A new five-year agreement between World Snooker, promoter Juss Sports and the Chinese Billiards and… Read More

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