Judd Trump became Masters champion for the first time tonight after he produced the most sensational display of his career to date. Advertisements
Ding Junhui made it through to the semi-finals of this year’s Masters – but he was forced to do it the hard way after he sensationally forfeited a vital frame for fouling three times in a row.
Ronnie O’Sullivan further closed in on becoming the first ever player to make 1,000 century breaks in professional snooker after a dominant display at the Masters.
Newly crowned Scottish Open champion Mark Allen didn’t hold back his thoughts regarding snooker’s latest snub in this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year contest.
Snooker legend Steve Davis reckons Ronnie O’Sullivan would be a huge contender to win tonight’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year award – should he be nominated for the first time ever.
O’Sullivan beat Mark Allen to set new records in the sport
The World Snooker chairman says seeded protection for its top players saw snooker ‘dying’