Judd Trump & Graeme Dott
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. Graeme Dott (born 12 May 1977) is a Scottish professional snooker player from Larkhall. He won the 2006 World Championship, which was his first ranking title after four previous runner-up spots. /5
Judd Trump Graeme Dott Mark Allen Stephen Maguire Stuart Bingham Mark Selby Shaun Murphy Matthew Stevens Robert Milkins John Higgins Barry Hawkins Joe Perry Ken Doherty Neil Robertson Ding Junhui Barry Hearn Andrew Higginson Ryan Day Stuart Lee Dominic Dale
Matt Selt reaches his first ET final. he's beaten Graeme Dott, Ryan Day, Dominic Dale, Judd Trump and Barry Hawkins
The top players have been moaning about having to play two more rounds than usual – among a litany of other complaints – at the revamped UK Championship in York. That means 128 players are involved and seven victories are required to win the tournament – exactly the same as tennis players face at the Grand Slams. The two extra matches are against players ranked well below the elite top 16, so should in theory be very straightforward for the big guns. Ronnie O'Sullivan, Judd Trump, Graeme Dott, Stephen Maguire and Ali Carter have all had a rant about the £700,000 tournament. However World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn was certainly in no mood to massage bruised egos. "The 128 draw stays, that is the future for the UK event. Get used to it or get another job," he rapped. "Players and purists have this attitude that I'm messing with a great event. That is rubbish. We are keeping it alive. "I am fed up listening to whingers who were themselves culpable of helping destroy this game. "Put your heads down, ...
Judd Trump is playing former World Champion Graeme Dott in the Paul Hunter Classic, LIVE on BE1 HD now
Judd Trump v Graeme Dott. Surely the first last 64 tv match for us (at 15.30 CET).
The top quarter-final is packed with top players MJW, Bingham, Mark Davis, Mark Allen, Judd Trump, Graeme Dott. Then possibly Ronnie in semi
Muchly sorry! Lots of stuff going on and I've not got the time to moderate this page daily. Some news: Ronnie O'Sullivan's coming back to live TV action in April! The four-time World Champion intends to defend his title! Currently, the Haikou World Open is happening, and the tournament has progressed to Round 2, with Mark Allen, Robert Milkins, Ricky Walden, Stephen Maguire, Marco Fu, Ding Junhui, Stuart Bingham, John Higgins, Judd Trump, Nigel Bond, Matthew Stevens, Shaun Murphy, Neil Robertson, Graeme Dott, Barry Hawkins, and Mark Selby featured in this last 16 round.
Today sees all of the Last 16 matches played at Newport in the same short best of 7 format. Matches began at 10:30 with Tom Ford facing Ken Doherty and Graeme Dott facing Shaun Murphy's conqueror Pankaj Advani. At 13:30 Stephen Maguire faces local favourite Matthew Stevens and Neil Robertson takes on Stuart Bingham. Following these matches Judd Trump faces Andrew Higginson and the probable match of the day takes place as defending champion Ding Junhui faces Mark Allen, who is searching for a second ranking title. The last 16 reaches a conclusion tonight with Alan McManus facing Joe Perry, who beat Mark Selby and Sam Baird facing Robert Milkins. Great opportunity for all players in the final session to reach a QF of a ranking event.
Judd Trump did not lose in the first round of The Masters. He beat Barry Hawkins 6-5 and lost 6-1 to Graeme Dott in the quarters
Balls were fairly open for a big break and this young talented player strengthened his nerves and kept his focus to compile a ton; fearless and achieve what he desires on the table. He won his matches against Joe Perry, Graeme Dott and Ken Doherty before he lost to Judd Trump in this PTC. Beautiful ...
Graeme Dott made a brilliant comeback from 4-1 down to force a decider, now Trump was under pressure, Dott missed a very attacking long red and Trump produced an extremely controlled ton to qualify for the semis and delight his Chinese fans
Ding Junui, Mark Selby, Graeme Dott, Shaun Murphy, Mark Allen all out. John Higgins and Judd Trump sneaking through
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