Judd Trump & Alexandra Palace

Judd Trump (born 21 August 1989) is an English professional snooker player from Bristol. He enjoyed considerable success in youth tournaments before turning professional in 2005. On 3 April 2011, Trump won his first ranking title, beating Mark Selby 10–8 in the final of the China Open. Alexandra Palace is a building in North London, England. It stands in Alexandra Park, in an area between Hornsey, Muswell Hill and Wood Green. 5.0/5

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Judd Trump edged into the semi-finals of the Masters at the Alexandra Palace with a nail-biting 6-5 win over Neil Robertson. It was a
Dafabet Masters Draw And Format The draw for the first round of the 2015 Dafabet Masters has been made. The tournament at Alexandra Palace in London runs from January 11 to 18 with 16 of the world's best players battling for the trophy and £200,000 top prize. Here's the draw and format for snooker's most prestigious invitation event. Ronnie O'Sullivan v Ricky Walden (Tuesday January 13 at 1pm) Stuart Bingham v Marco Fu (Sunday January 11 at 7pm) Barry Hawkins v Ali Carter (Tuesday January 13 at 7pm) Neil Robertson v Robert Milkins (Monday January 12 at 7pm) Ding Junhui v Joe Perry (Wednesday January 14 at 7pm) Mark Allen v John Higgins (Wednesday January 14 at 1pm) Judd Trump v Stephen Maguire (Monday January 12 at 1pm) Mark Selby v Shaun Murphy (Sunday January 11 at 1pm) Format for subsequent rounds: Quarter-final one (O'Sullivan / Walden v Bingham / Fu): Thursday January 15 at 1pm Quarter-final two (Hawkins / Carter v Robertson / Milkins): Thursday January 15 at 7pm Quarter-final three (Ding / Perry v ...
London, Jan 14 (IANS) Tenth seed Marco Fu upset former world number one Judd Trump 6-5 in the first round of the snooker Masters at the Alexandra Palace here. Fu, the finalist in 2011, is competing the Masters for the first time since then for ranking out of the top 16 but the Hong Kong […]
Marco Fu pulled off an upset on day two of the Snooker Dafabet Masters 2014 at Alexandra Palace, twice coming from a frame behind to send home Judd Trump 6-5 in a thrilling encounter.
Watch LIVE Masters snooker - Judd Trump v Barry Hawkins in the last 16 at Alexandra Palace -
Two genuine title contenders begin their quest for a maiden Masters crown at Alexandra Palace on Tuesday as young sensation Judd Trump and UK finalist Shaun Murphy enter the fray.
No More Silence At Golf Events? It certainly could be if golf follows cricket, darts, and possibly even snooker. This is an interesting extract from the BBC pages Snooker could learn from darts and be made more exciting for fans, according to world number two Judd Trump. Trump saw the PDC World Championship at Alexandra Palace and feels snooker can adopt some of its razzmatazz. He said: “The atmosphere and the crowds were really good. It was a bit rowdy for me but I think they need to certainly liven it up, especially between frames. “The crowd should be allowed to chant perhaps, or get some music playing.” It was not long ago that all these sports, as well as others such as athletics, rugby, tennis, and cricket were conducted in silence, apart from occasional polite applause, so that the players could concentrate. But is silence really necessary, or are players too precious? Can silence even be a barrier to peak performance, and the zone? The atmosphere at the 2012 Ryder Cup was electric, not least ...
11th January 2013 Snooker fans in London, Bristol and Portsmouth will be able to watch the Betfair Masters on BBC Big Screens next week. The sport's biggest invitation tournament will be shown on the Big Screens in Waltham Forest and Woolwich in London, and in city centres in Bristol and Portsmouth. The Betfair Masters runs from January 13-20 at Alexandra Palace in London, with the likes of Judd Trump, John Higgins, Mark Selby and Neil Robertson battling for the £175,000 top prize. A spokesman for World Snooker said: "We're delighted with the continued coverage from the BBC's Big Screens as it's fantastic way to raise awareness of our events. Hopefully people passing by the screens will stop to watch a couple of frames and get hooked on snooker! "It's also a great chance for friends to get together to watch the snooker and create their own atmosphere in their home town." The schedule for Big Screen coverage is: Sun 13th January BBC2 1255 till 1700 Snooker: Masters 2013 BBCi 2105 till 2300 Snooker: Master ...
Neil Robertson 01st December 2010 Australia's best ever player and 2010 World Champion D.O.B. 11 Feb 1982 Lives Cambridge Turned Pro 1998 Ranking Tournament Victories 6 - Grand Prix 2006, 2009; Welsh Open 2007; Bahrain Snooker Championship 2008; Betfred.com World Snooker Championship 2010; 12BET.com World Open 2010 World Snooker Tour prize money 2010/11 + 2011/12 seasons (ranking events / PTCs only) £302,535 Highest Tournament Break 147 - China Open 2010 Robertson's 2011/12 season was highlighted by his first victory in snooker's most prestigious invitation event, the Masters. At the tournament's new home, Alexandra Palace in London, Robertson beat Mark Allen, Mark Williams and Judd Trump to reach the final, then saw off Shaun Murphy 10-6 to land the £150,000 top prize. He lifted the trophy in touching scenes as partner Mille and baby son Alexander joined him on the stage. Australia's Robertson believes he is a better all round player now than he was when he won the World title in 2010. "When I first ca ...
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