Judd Trump & Matthew Stevens

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. Matthew Stevens (born 11 September 1977) is a Welsh professional snooker player. Stevens has won two of the game's most prestigious events, the Benson and Hedges Masters in 2000 and the UK Championship in 2003. He has also been the runner-up in the World Snooker Championship on two occasions, in 2000 and 2005. Stevens reached a career high ranking of #4 for the 2005/2006 season, and is currently ranked inside of the elite top 16 at number 10. Stevens is known as a good breakbuilder, and has compiled over 200 competitive centuries so far during his career. 5.0/5

Judd Trump Matthew Stevens Neil Robertson Mark Selby Robert Milkins Joe Perry Ding Junhui Stuart Bingham Graeme Dott Mark Allen Stephen Maguire Andrew Higginson Shaun Murphy Sam Baird Alan McManus Tom Ford World Champion John Higgins Ricky Walden Barry Hawkins

The 142 break from Judd Trump in his match against Matthew Stevens with thanks to snookerroomru
Judd Trump makes 142 total clearance and win Round-Robin match with Matthew Stevens in the Championship League Group 3
Lovely 142 total clearance from Judd Trump to beat Matthew Stevens. Great cueing early on with some tough pots.
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 ...
Judd Trump vs. Matthew Stevens. Tomorrow at noon. I can't wait.
Matthew Stevens has beaten Judd Trump 5-3 to reach the semis however Judd did was hampered by his tip in the match. Elsewhere, Neil Robertson looks to be playing near his best again as he beat Mark Selby 5-3.
wow Matthew Stevens must of found some old form he is 4-3 up against Judd Trump
Latest Sports News: Trump faces Stevens in last eight - Judd Trump will face Matthew Stevens in the last eight of the World Open after recording a 5-1 win over Nigel Bond.
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.
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