The World Snooker chairman says seeded protection for its top players saw snooker ‘dying’
World Snooker has today issued a statement just days after Ronnie O’Sullivan announced plans for a ‘breakaway tour’
A war of words has broken out between World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn and Ronnie O’Sullivan
Ronnie O’Sullivan has blasted World Snooker on social media – just a day after he won the Champion of Champions title for a third time.
World Snooker has announced it will stage another exciting competition this year – dubbed the sport’s answer to golf’s famous Ryder Cup.
The controversial Snooker Shoot Out ranking event is to stay on the snooker calendar for another seven years despite previous uncertainty surrounding its future.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has said the weekend’s memorable shoulder barge incident between Ronnie O’Sullivan and Ali Carter made him feel proud.