Three of snooker’s elite stars – including two former world champions – will not be making the trip to China to compete in the Shanghai Masters next month after suffering shock defeats this week. Advertisements
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.
Marco Fu secured a place in the World Championship quarter-finals in dramatic style after beating Neil Robertson in a nail-biting finish.
It was a case of ‘level complete’ rather than ‘game over’ for Neil Robertson after he cruised through to the second round of the World Championship – on the day it was revealed he had been addicted to playing video games.
Neil Robertson joined an elusive club today after he recorded his 500th career century – becoming only the fourth player in history to do so.
NEIL ROBERTSON has soon got over the disappointment of his first shock first round World Championship loss by taking home the first major title of the new season.