Judd Trump & Andrew Higginson

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. Andrew Higginson (born 13 December 1977, Cheshire, England) is an English professional snooker player, currently living in Widnes. 5.0/5

Judd Trump Andrew Higginson Welsh Open Shaun Murphy Pankaj Advani Ding Junhui Mark Allen Mark Selby Alan McManus Stephen Maguire Ken Doherty Matthew Stevens Robert Milkins Sam Baird Dominic Dale Joe Perry Tom Ford Neil Robertson Stuart Bingham Graeme Dott

O'Sullivan began the 2011/2012 season at Event 1 of the Players Tour Championship, where he won 4–0 in the final against Joe Perry.[179] At the Paul Hunter Classic, he made the 11th official maximum break of his career, and set a new record of career maximum breaks.[180] He then reached the semi-finals, but lost 3–4 against Mark Selby.[181] His next tournament was the Shanghai Masters, where he reached the second round, but lost 3–5 against Anthony Hamilton.[182] In October 2011 he won the Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy, by defeating Matthew Stevens 4–2 in the final.[183] In November 2011 he reached the final of the Antwerp Open, but lost 3–4 against Judd Trump.[184] After 12 of 12 events, O'Sullivan was ranked number two on the Order of Merit,[185] and qualified for the Finals,[186] but withdrew due to medical reasons.[187] Ronnie O’Sullivan playing in the final of the 2012 German Masters. O'Sullivan won the 10th Premier League title of his career.[188] After topping the table in the league stag ...
will be pleased to hear the snooker is still on Judd Trump v Andrew Higginson!
...he'll play Judd Trump in the next round, the world number one in waiting with a 4-1 win against Andrew Higginson...
saw Judd Trump play in the Welsh Open this afternoon, didn't take long to post a 4 - 1 win over Andrew Higginson!
Pankaj Advani rewrites history, enters quarters of Welsh Open: Pankaj Advani continued his dream run in the BetVictor Welsh Open Pro Snooker Series as the eight-time world champion on Thursday rewrote history by entering the quarterfinals of a major ranking event, defeating Scotland's Graeme Dott 4-1 at Newport, Wales. Continuing his great run after ousting World No. 4 Shaun Murphy in the pre-quarterfinals, the reigning world billiards champion comfortably defeated 2006 world champion Dott to once again stamp his authority on the professional snooker circuit. Advani had on Wednesday become the first Indian cueist ever to reach the pre-quarters of the Welsh Open when he overcame a spirited challenge from the former world champion Murphy 4-3 in the Round of 32. Advani now awaits the winner of the last-16 clash between World No.2 Judd Trump and Andrew Higginson. "Being the only Indian to make it to the quarters of any professional snooker ranking tournament ever is a huge high for me. I really have no words ...
Nice win for Judd Trump today against Andrew Higginson. Looks like he’s coming back to form.
Judd Trump faces Andrew Higginson and the match of the day takes place as defending champion Ding Junhui faces Mark Allen
Mark Selby had a kick in 1st round of Welsh Open. Joe Perry whitewashed him 4:0. After one more comeback Judd Trump beats Dominic Dale 4th time in a row. He returns from 3:1 to 4:3! In next round Judd will play against Andrew Higginson and Perry will play against Alan McManus!
Andrew Higginson comes back from behind to beat youngster Michael Wasley 4-2. Higginson could play Judd Trump in the next round.
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