The World Snooker Tour has revealed the sport will be making its professional comeback from June 1 with a new event – and snooker’s top stars are set for action.
World Snooker Tour chairman Barry Hearn has suggested future seasons could have a specific window for China ranking events rather than them being spread throughout the calendar.
When it comes to snooker enthusiasm in abundance you would struggle to find anyone with more than David Caulfield – chief editor of Snooker HQ.
The World Snooker Championship is to start on July 25 after it was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak – it has today been reported.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has revealed he would be happy to scrap his controversial new prize bonus of £1million for those that have made a 147.
Barry Hearn has publicly criticised the Government’s decision to change the Bank Holiday Monday next year to a Friday – saying the move could affect hundreds of snooker fans watching the sport’s biggest event on the calendar.
The World Snooker chairman says seeded protection for its top players saw snooker ‘dying’