Defending champion Mark Selby was given a World Championship first-round scare, edging past Kurt Maflin 10-9.
Mark Selby will begin the defence of his snooker World Championship this weekend against Kurt Maflin.
Mark Selby is hoping to conquer the 'Curse of the Crucible' when he defends his title at the World Championship.
Steve Davis claimed a dramatic victory over Jamie Cope at the World Championship qualifying event as he stayed in the hunt for a Crucible place.
Reanne Evans gave Ken Doherty a major fright but her bid to become the first woman to qualify for the World Championship ended in valiant defeat.
Reanne Evans insists her World Championship bid is ‘do or die’ for women trying to break into snooker.
Mark Selby eased past Gary Wilson 10-2 to win the China Open in Beijing.
Gary Wilson will face Mark Selby in the China Open final after beating Ding Junhui in the semi-finals.
John Higgins edged out Judd Trump 5-4 to move into the quarter-finals of the
There were no shocks in the second round of the China Open as Mark Selby, John Higgins and Ding Junhui all progressed.
Joe Perry claimed the biggest prize of his professional career as he beat Mark Williams to win the Players Championship.
Ronnie O'Sullivan has been forced to pull out of next week's China Open because of "glandula fever".
Judd Trump continued his winning run with a 4-0 victory over Luca Brecel in the first round of the Players Championship.
Judd Trump staged a remarkable comeback to beat Ronnie O'Sullivan and claim the inaugural Wales Grand Prix title.
Ronnie O'Sullivan dispatched Stuart Bingham 6-0 to reach the World Grand Prix final in Wales.
Ronnie O'Sullivan was highly critical of his own game despite moving into the semi-finals of the World Grand Prix in Llandudno.
Ronnie O'Sullivan was upset with referee Marcel Eckardt despite cruising into the quarter-finals of the World Grand Prix in Llandudno.
Michael White won the Indian Open, his first world ranking title, with a 5-0 win over Ricky Walden.
Ricky Walden saw off home favourite Aditya Mehta 4-2 to reach the last 16 of the Indian Open in Mumbai.
Defending champion Ding Junhui crashed out in the first round of the Indian Open after losing to Thepchaiya Un-Nooh.