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Robertson Wins Wuxi Classic

Neil Robertson won a dramatic final 10-9 against Joe Perry to win the Wuxi Classic in China for the second consecutive year. From 9-8 down, Robertson rose to the occasion with breaks of 87 and 78 to win the last two frames of an exciting contest. His practice partner Perry had been chasing the first… Read More

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Robertson Into Wuxi Final

Neil Robertson moved within one win of capturing the Wuxi Classic title in back-to-back years by beating Barry Hawkins 6-3 in the semi-finals. Australia’s Robertson beat John Higgins in the final of the season’s first ranking event last year and now needs to beat Joe Perry or Martin Gould in the final tomorrow to repeat… Read More

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Perry Into Second Ranking Final

Joe Perry reached the second ranking event final of his career – and first in 13 years – with a 6-4 victory over Martin Gould at the Wuxi Classic. Perry, the 39-year-old from Chatteris in Cambridgeshire, will face close friend and practice partner Neil Robertson over 19 frames on Sunday for the trophy and £85,000… Read More

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Robertson Beats Murphy In Thriller

Neil Robertson made a crucial clearance in the deciding frame to beat Shaun Murphy 5-4 and reach the semi-finals of the Wuxi Classic. Murphy looked set for a place in the last four of the season’s first ranking event until he missed a red on a break of 49, leading 65-25, in the deciding frame…. Read More

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Make Clay While The Sun Shines

Either Neil Robertson, Barry Hawkins, Joe Perry, Stephen Maguire or Martin Gould will be lifting the 2014 Sports Lottery Cup Wuxi Classic trophy on Sunday. But the winner and runner-up at the ranking event in China may not realise how much skill and ingenuity has gone into the creation of these unique and valuable trophies…. Read More

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Gould To Meet Perry In Semis

Martin Gould beat Stephen Maguire 5-4 on the final black to reach the semi-finals of the Wuxi Classic. Londoner Gould is into the last four of a ranking event for the first time since he was runner-up to Shaun Murphy at the 2011 Players Championship. On Saturday in China he will face Joe Perry, a… Read More

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Murphy And Robertson To Meet In Wuxi

Neil Robertson and Shaun Murphy will do battle in the quarter-finals of the Wuxi Classic after both scored wins in the last 16. Murphy ended the run of 17-year-old rising star Zhao Xintong, winning 5-2 despite a top break of just 45. Defending champion Robertson made a 130 in a 5-1 defeat of Michael Holt…. Read More

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Back To School For Wuxi Players

Six players competing in this week’s Wuxi Classic visited a local school in the Chinese city on Sunday. Click here for pictures Barry Hawkins, Stuart Bingham, Tony Drago, Peter Lines, Oliver Lines and Zhou Yuelong all attended the trip, to meet young snooker fans. The star-struck pupils got coaching tips from their idols, watched trick… Read More

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Selby Suffers Liang Defeat

Mark Selby suffered his first defeat since becoming World Champion, losing 5-3 to Liang Wenbo in the last 32 of the Wuxi Classic. Selby beat Ronnie O’Sullivan in the Crucible final seven weeks ago to win his first world crown, and won his first two matches in the new season’s opening ranking event before falling… Read More

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Strong Start For Selby In Wuxi

Mark Selby, playing his first televised match since becoming World Champion, cruised to a 5-1 win over Robbie Williams to reach the last 32 of the Wuxi Classic in China. It’s seven weeks since Selby beat Ronnie O’Sullivan in the Crucible final to win his first world title, and the Leicester cueman made a successful… Read More

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