Barry Hearn has challenged Ronnie O’Sullivan to continue his superb form and go for snooker’s biggest ever cash prize of £1million. Advertisements
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.
Stuart Bingham has apologised to his fans all over the world for breaching betting rules but also pointed criticism towards snooker’s governing body over the way it has dealt with his ban.
Judd Trump says he expects to see lots of players go for a maximum break this week because of the huge cash sum on offer.
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.
Barry Hearn has said the huge sums of prize money increasing in the game shows that snooker is a “major sport”.
As well as securing a hat-trick of world titles during the past four years, Mark Selby completed another triple success last night after winning three gongs in the World Snooker Awards.