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.
A young man from Germany has become the new winner of Under 21 European Championship but it has emerged snooker politics could deny him his dream of playing as a professional.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn insists Ronnie O’Sullivan will be making a “bad choice” if he opts to miss this year’s World Championship.
Barry Hearn certainly didn’t mince his words when he was recently asked for his opinion on snooker’s recent snub in the BBC Sports Personality of the Year contest.
Barry Hearn has challenged Ronnie O’Sullivan to continue his superb form and go for snooker’s biggest ever cash prize of £1million.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has given a major hint about an exciting new snooker competition which could see the top players of Britain and Europe take on the best of Asia.
Ronnie O’Sullivan has cast doubt on whether he will play in some of the snooker’s major events this season including the World Championship.
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.
Neil Robertson was one of several top stars this week to secure his place in next month’s International Championship but despite victory he was far from happy.
Barry Hearn has said the huge sums of prize money increasing in the game shows that snooker is a “major sport”.