Ding Junhui won his 13th career ranking event today when he beat Kyren Wilson to win the World Open. Advertisements
Kyren Wilson seemed to impress the snooker world during his World Open semi-final clash against Mark Allen – but not in the way most fans would have expected.
China’s number one star Ding Junhui held off a determined display from in-form Luca Brecel to seal a place in Sunday’s World Open final.
Kyren Wilson is just one win away from winning his second major ranking event of his career after beating Mark Allen in an enthralling World Open semi-final earlier today.
Mark Selby and Shaun Murphy were sent packing their bags back home today after they suffered surprising early exits in the World Open.
ALI CARTER is back among snooker’s elite after he clinched his first major title in more than three years by winning the World Open.
WORLD Snooker has announced it will not stage the World Open this season. The World Open was first held in the UK in 2011 before it moved to Haikou in China for the next three years in 2012, 2013, 2014. But the contract with the major ranking tournament’s has not been renewed. The event had…