Judd Trump & Australian Goldfields Open

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. The Australian Goldfields Open is a professional ranking snooker tournament. The reigning champion is Judd Trump. 4.3/5

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World number six Judd Trump beats home favourite Neil Robertson 9-5 in the final of the Australian Goldfields Open.
It was so near yet so far for in the Australian Goldfields Open final:
Judd Trump upsets home favourite Neil Robertson to win Australian Goldfields Open and claim fourth ranking title
Trump secures Goldfields Open: Judd Trump saw off home favourite Neil Robertson in the Australian Goldfields Open...
Judd Trump v Neil Robertson soon in the final session of the Australian Goldfields Open. Trump leads 5-3.
Shaun Murphy and Judd Trump were among the eight players to come through Friday's action at UKPTC3 in Gloucester. It looks like being a strong line-up on Sunday as seven of the eight players already in the last 16 are ranked within the world's top 32. Trump beat Anthony McGill 4-1 and Zhang Anda 4-0 before scoring a 4-2 win over Paul Hunter Classic finalist Joe Swail. Trump's top breaks against Swail were 100, 56 and 60. Murphy beat Mitchell Mann 4-1 then edged out Australian Goldfields Open champion Barry Hawkins 4-3. In round three he beat Mark King 4-3 thanks to a run of 65 in the deciding frame. Rob Milkins scored heavily in a 4-2 third round win over Mark Davis, knocking in 68, 62, 76 and 105. Hong Kong's Marco Fu impressed in a 4-0 win over Mark Williams with top runs of 92 and 79. Ricky Walden saw off Xiao Guodong 4-1 with high scores of 53, 69 and 63 while Ali Carter beat Liang Wenbo by the same scoreline with top breaks of 90 and 74. Jamie Cope made 63, 100, 73 and 58 in a 4-1 win over Jamie Burn ...
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