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Match-fixer claims he 'has proof' to clear his name Banned former world number five Stephen Lee says he has evidence that will prove he is innocent of match-fixing. The 38-year-old was given a 12-year ban and fined £40,000 last month after being
15 New Delhi: Besides the total prize-money of 300,000 pounds (Rs.3 crore), next week`s World Snooker Indian Open here will see another 45,000 pounds (Rs.45 lakhs) up for grabs for the player who makes the 147 maximum break.
Riding on great form, Pune side Apex Falcons scored a 2-1 win over GA Tigers to lift the 10th edition of the PYC-ATC Snooker Challenge 2013 Championship organised by PYC Hindu Gymkhana. In the final match played at the billiards room of PYC, Apex
For the first time in his career, Pankaj Advani has decided to skip the World Billiards Championship in Leeds, instead preferring to compete in the International Championship. Advani, India`s poster boy of cue sports, will be competing in the major
Just what the snooker judiciary needs as it embarks on the match-fixing appeal launched by Stephen Lee, a tell-all autobiography by Ronnie O'Sullivan. Though The Rocket has never been associated with the grave predilections that claimed Lee all
Arantxa began well for India as he beat Hannah Jones comfortably 62-25 but Vidya struggled in second frame where Maria Catalano exhibited some excellent shots to pull the frame 70-50 to level the match again. However, Vidya recovered from the loss
One of the doyens of Indian table tennis Uttam Chandarana died here on Wednesday...He won the men's singles title in 1943 (Hyderabad), in 1948 (Colombo), in 1949 (Hyderabad) and in 1954 (Baroda). His wife died 35 years ago and he is survived by four
Former World champion Ken Doherty believes that snooker has the potential to grow in India to the same extent that it has done in China in recent years. Irishman Doherty will be heading to New Delhi next week for the World Snooker India Open
Reds Championship and the World Team Snooker Championships starting Sunday, officials said.
43 Bangalore: Former World and British Open champion Peter Ebdon, the 43-year-old Londoner who resides in Hungary, believes that his first round opponent India's Aditya Mehta has more than an even chance to win their match in the World Snooker