The controversial Snooker Shoot Out ranking event is to stay on the snooker calendar for another seven years despite previous uncertainty surrounding its future. Advertisements
Michael Georgiou is not guaranteed an automatic place at this year’s Champion of Champions tournament despite lifting the Snooker Shoot Out title a week ago – it has been revealed.
The future of the Snooker Shoot Out currently faces uncertainty after Barry Hearn revealed “discussions” about the tournament had begun.
A new star is born after Cypriot Michael Georgiou was crowned the winner of snooker’s most controversial ranking event,
Controversial the competition maybe, but last night snooker fans were gripped while watching an incredible finale to a Snooker Shoot Out match.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has urged snooker fans to “calm down” and enjoy the fun and controversy that comes with the Snooker Shoot Out.
Anthony McGill’s title defence of the Snooker Shoot Out lasted just ten minutes as last year’s winner suffered a first round exit.