Three of snooker’s elite stars – including two former world champions – will not be making the trip to China to compete in the Shanghai Masters next month after suffering shock defeats this week. Advertisements
World Snooker has appeared to drop ticket costs altogether for world ranking event qualifiers – meaning snooker lovers can watch the top stars play for FREE this week in the Shanghai Masters qualifiers.
IT WAS sweet revenge for Ding Junhui as he clinched Shanghai Masters glory against the man who broke his heart in the World Championship final just four months ago.
DING Junhui will be hoping to get sweet revenge on the man he lost to in this year’s World Championship finale after he secured a place in the Shanghai Masters final.
MARK SELBY remains on course to complete back to back ranking event wins after he produced a trademark comeback to break Stuart Bingham’s heart and win a thriller 6-5.
THE SHANGHAI Masters could be set for its first ever double winner after three previous champions made it through to the semi-final stages.
MICHAEL Holt recorded his second win of the year against five-times world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan to reach the Shanghai Masters quarter-finals.