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World Snooker Championships after she went down against Wendy Jans 1-4 in the semi-finals here. Chitra made her intentions clear with a well thought out game plan in the first frame and continued till she lost out on the black ball in the second.
Reigning world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan on Friday revealed he may pull out of next month's prestigious Masters tournament. O'Sullivan qualified for the London event with his latest World Championships title in May, but he claims he is "unsure"
Ding Junhui's amazing winning streak of 22 consecutive victories was snapped here on Wednesday as he lost 6-4 to England's Ricky Walden in the last 16 of the snooker UK Championship. Ding, the fourth seed, had won three ranking tournaments in a row
Mark Allen beats Judd Trump to make UK Championship last eight Northern Ireland's Mark Allen booked his place in the UK Championship quarter-finals by coming from behind to beat Judd Trump 6-4 in the last 16. Allen lost the opening two frames and
It's your performance during a competition, that's what really counts. Xiao has made breakthrough in his career this season, reaching the final at the Shanghai Masters and winning the gold medal at the Asian Indoor Games in incheon, South Korea.
Ding Junhui beats Graeme Dott at International Championship Ding Junhui is a win away from a hat-trick of ranking titles after beating Graeme Dott 9-7 in the semi-finals of the International Championship. China's Ding led 7-3 before Dott, whose last
Marco Fu beats Joe Perry in International Championship semi Marco Fu reached the final of the International Championship by overcoming Joe Perry 9-8. Fu was 5-3 behind at the interval, but scored breaks of 88 and 70 to advance into his sixth ranking
Former Irish snooker champion dies aged 92 Former Irish snooker champion Jackie Rea, who held the country's national title between 1952 and 1972, has died at the age of 92. In addition to being Irish champion for 20 years, Rea also played in the 1957
Coming from Australia, it did not come as a surprise when world number one snooker player Neil Robertson talked about his country`s great cricketing rivalry with India and Sachin Tendulkar`s retirement from Test cricket.
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