This year, two players of the World Women’s Tour will participate in the World Champion Qualifiers again. The first one is reigning World Champion Reanne Evans, the second is Rebecca Kenna. We’d like to introduce the latter personally to our audience. This portrait is also available in German, English translation by Filia Rheni.
Next year, there will be 2 two-year tour cards offered through the Challenge Tour again. Weiterlesen
World championship quarterfinal 2005, Peter Ebdon is 2-8 down against Ronnie O’Sullivan. But in frame 11 the game starts turning and Ebdon fights his way up to a tough 13-11 victory. World Open final 2018: David Gilbert leads Mark Williams 9-5, only one frame away from his career’s first title, but Mark Williams wins in the end. Weiterlesen
At long last: after various player portraits, today is the day of the one and only number one on my personal list: Mark Davis.
I’m not feeling well. Not only because, after 25 days of world championship, today is the day when the „snooker hangover“ kicks in. No, I’m also feeling unwell because the life of a snooker enthusiast is a lonely one quite often. Even at the one time of the year that is dominated by the beloved sport for the likes of me, I am alone. I can count the number of people who even remotely share my passion on one hand in my immediate vicinity – if not on one finger. Translation: Filia Rheni Es gibt diesen Artikel auch auf Deutsch. Weiterlesen
In the final of the Connie Gough Memorial Trophy Bex Granger met Maria Catalano. Granger had beaten seven-time champion Reanne Evans 3-2 in the semis, while Catalano won against Laura ‘lal’ Evans 3-1. Weiterlesen
Normally, we’d be watching snooker right now. For example the Ladies Paul Hunter Classics, or the amateur matches of the Paul Hunter Classics in Nuremberg and Fuerth, respectively. Even though there are only live pictures from the ladies. We would even follow the live scores online – which are not available for the amateur matches at PHC. It doesn’t matter. (Translation: Filia Rheni.) Weiterlesen