Judd Trump & Ricky Walden

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. Ricky Walden is a snooker professional, born in Chester, England but living in Flintshire, Wales. 5.0/5

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WINNER: Judd Trump is the 2016 champion after a 10-4 victory over Ricky Walden in the final!
Judd Trump races past Ricky Walden to pick up second China Open title
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Judd Trump beat Ricky Walden to win the China Open for the second time
Judd Trump obliterated Stephen Maguire 6-0, he's through to the final tomorrow and faces Ricky Walden!
All too easy for Judd Trump at the China Open, he beats Stephen Maguire 6-0 to reach the final. Trump will play Ricky Walden on Sunday.
Judd Trump has just whitewashed Stephen Maguire 6-0 in the SF & plays Ricky Walden in the final tomorrow
Judd Trump beats Stephen Maguire 6-0 to join Ricky Walden in the final of the China Open:
Judd Trump through to the final winning 6-0 against Stephen Maguire. He'll play Ricky Walden tomorrow
Ricky Walden's through. Will he meet Judd Trump or Stephen Maguire in the China Open final? .
Ricky Walden's withdrawal means a bye for Matt Selt, who moves into the last 16 and a match with either Judd Trump or Rob Milkins
Dafabet Masters Draw And Format The draw for the first round of the 2015 Dafabet Masters has been made. The tournament at Alexandra Palace in London runs from January 11 to 18 with 16 of the world's best players battling for the trophy and £200,000 top prize. Here's the draw and format for snooker's most prestigious invitation event. Ronnie O'Sullivan v Ricky Walden (Tuesday January 13 at 1pm) Stuart Bingham v Marco Fu (Sunday January 11 at 7pm) Barry Hawkins v Ali Carter (Tuesday January 13 at 7pm) Neil Robertson v Robert Milkins (Monday January 12 at 7pm) Ding Junhui v Joe Perry (Wednesday January 14 at 7pm) Mark Allen v John Higgins (Wednesday January 14 at 1pm) Judd Trump v Stephen Maguire (Monday January 12 at 1pm) Mark Selby v Shaun Murphy (Sunday January 11 at 1pm) Format for subsequent rounds: Quarter-final one (O'Sullivan / Walden v Bingham / Fu): Thursday January 15 at 1pm Quarter-final two (Hawkins / Carter v Robertson / Milkins): Thursday January 15 at 7pm Quarter-final three (Ding / Perry v ...
Tomorrow in we'll see Judd Trump, Ricky Walden, Barry Hawkins, John Higgins and Ding Junhui in action.
In Snooker, the World Championship first round action continues at the Crucible. Judd Trump beat Tom Ford 10-8 to book a last 16 meeting with Ryan Day, while Barry Hawkins has beaten David Gilbert 10-4 and will next play Ricky Walden. This afternoon, Neil Robertson begins against Robbie Williams and Marco Fu resumes 6-3 up on Martin Gould. This evening Antrim’s Mark Allen resumes 5-4 up on Michael Holt.
Judd Trump v Shaun Murphy on table 1 now and Stuart Bingham v Ricky Walden on table 2.
Championship League group 1 is about to start in 20 minutes with Judd Trump v Shaun Murphy and Stuart Bingham v Ricky Walden.
The final quarter-final will be a battle between Mark Allen and Ricky Walden who yesterday beat Judd Trump and Ding Junhui respectively.
UK Championship: Ricky Walden ends Ding Junhui's unbeaten run World number three Ding Junhui's hopes of winning a fourth consecutive ranking title came to an end with a 6-4 loss to Ricky Walden at the UK Championship. China's Ding had threatened to take the match into a decider, only to miss a vital pink, allowing Englishman Walden to clinch victory. Walden will meet Mark Allen in the quarter-finals after he beat 2011 champion Judd Trump 6-4. Four-time UK champion Ronnie O'Sullivan thrashed Robert Milkins 6-0. O'Sullivan, the reigning World Champion, will play Stuart Bingham in the last eight after the Englishman beat David Morris 6-1. Ding's demise Image of John Parrott John Parrott Former snoooker World Champion and BBC Sport analyst "It's unbelievable the way that last frame ended. Ding has been on an incredible run, winning three tournaments consecutively, but I don't think I've ever seen him miss a pink like that. He was laughing himself - I bet he couldn't believe it." Elsewhere, defending champion ...
Day two of the 888casino Champion of Champions sees Group Three played out at Ricoh Arena, Coventry. Judd Trump v Marco Fu is the first semi-final, followed by Ricky Walden v Stuart Bingham. Join us live on ITV4 from 12:45pm
Yeah. A trump when Judd Trump was about to play. He'll probably be versus Ricky Walden, he's 9-7 up.
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.
Judd Trump, Ricky Walden and Ali Carter, you are all a complete joke !! "I wanna be in the top 16 and seeded" crying like a little baby cause Hearn is changing it !! Do you hear Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Phil Taylor or Barney complaing about being in round 1 ... eh no, pathetic moaning wee snooker players, grow up and just realise how lucky you are where you are, complete *** !!
Day 3 from the Masters today. Judd Trump v Barry Hawkins (1.05pm) & Shaun Murphy v Ricky Walden (7.05pm) Full betting available in shop now
For both of Tuesday matches I think that the scorelines will be both 6-3 in favour of Judd Trump over Barry Hawkins and Shaun Murphy over Ricky Walden.
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 ...
Fine win by Mark Davis in the semi-final, beating Ricky Walden 7-2 - he will meet either Shaun Murphy or Judd Trump in the final.
Judd Trump v Shaun Murphy is live on Eurosport at 9am BST. Ricky Walden v Mark Davis live at 12pm BST on Eurosport2
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