Judd Trump & Ken Doherty
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. Ken Doherty (born 17 September 1969) is an Irish professional snooker player. He is the only player ever to have been world amateur (1989) and world professional champion (1997). /5
Judd Trump Ken Doherty Stuart Bingham Pankaj Advani Ding Junhui Neil Robertson Joe Perry Mark Selby Graeme Dott Stephen Maguire Robert Milkins Alan McManus Tom Ford Mark Allen Andrew Higginson Shaun Murphy Luca Brecel Matthew Stevens World Snooker Championship
Dafabet Sponsor PTC Grand Finals World Snooker is delighted to announce Dafabet as title sponsor of the Players Tour Championship Grand Finals in Ireland. The Dafabet Players Tour Championship Grand Finals will run from March 12 to 17 at the Bailey Allen Hall in Galway. Star players including Judd Trump, Mark Selby, John Higgins, Ding Junhui, Neil Robertson and home favourite Ken Doherty will be competing for the £100,000 top prize. The Grand Finals are the culmination of the PTC series, which has comprised 13 events across the globe this season. World Snooker Chairman Barry Hearn said: “We’re very pleased to welcome Dafabet as they are sponsoring a snooker event for the first time and we hope it will be the beginning of a long association. The exposure they will receive through television coverage of this event across the world will be vast. “The players have been to China, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria and the UK for the PTC series and now the leading 32 players are through to Galway to do b ...
• After the afternoon matches of Stuart Bingham (5:3 against Ken Doherty) and improved Judd Trump (beating Pankaj Advani who had a great tournament) we looking forward to the next two Quarter Finals. • Stephen Maguire v Alan McManus and Robert Milkins against defending champion Ding Junhui. • Matches start at 20:00 (CET)
Quarter Finals day in the Welsh Open. Matches now best of 9 frames. This afternoon sees Judd Trump face Pankaj Advani who has beat 3 World Champions so far in this tournament and Stuart Bingham takes on 1997 World Champion Ken Doherty.
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.
World number one Judd Trump needs to remain focused on claiming his first world title, says former winner Ken Doherty.
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 ...
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