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Wilson Makes 147 In Daqing

Kyren Wilson made the first 147 of his career at the OPPO International Championship on Tuesday. The Warrior’s perfect break came in the tenth frame of his last 32 match against Martin Gould in Daqing, making the score 5-5. The maximum will be worth £5,000 from the rolling bonus pot, plus the £3,000 high break… Read More

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Wilson Targets Lommel Run

Kyren Wilson produced some stunning snooker on his way to the Yushan World Open final and he is hoping to carry his momentum on to Belgium for next week’s European Masters. The Warrior will travel to Lommel with high hopes, despite losing 10-3 to Ding Junhui on Sunday in the Yushan showpiece match. We caught up… Read More

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Warrior Passes The Pistol

Kyren Wilson negotiated a tense final frame decider to clinch a 6-5 victory over Mark Allen in the semi-finals of the Yushan World Open. The win sees Wilson reach his third ranking event final and keeps his hopes alive of securing this week’s £150,000 top prize, which would be his biggest career payday. He came… Read More

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Stunning Wilson Downs Williams

Kyren Wilson produced a sublime display of break building to defeat Mark Williams 5-1 and reach the semi-finals of the Yushan World Open. Wilson dominated proceedings by stringing together a run of 503 unanswered points. The streak was just 44 points short of Stuart Bingham’s ranking event record of 547. The 25-year-old has extra cause… Read More

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Top Professionals Set For Wroclaw

With fewer than 50 days to go now before the start of the 2017 World Games, the WPBSA has today announced that former ranking event winners Ali Carter and Kyren Wilson will join defending champion Aditya Mehta among a 16-player field in the snooker discipline in Wroclaw, Poland. Read More Here

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Warrior Strides Into Quarters

Kyren Wilson reached the quarter-finals of the Betfred World Championship for the second consecutive year with a 13-10 defeat of Stuart Bingham. Rising star Wilson, competing as a seeded player for the first time having climbed into the top 16, is the first man into the last eight at the Crucible and will now face… Read More

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Wilson Allays Blood Clot Fears

Kyren Wilson is fit to fly to next week’s Indian Open despite concerns over a possible blood clot in his left leg. The world number 16 from Kettering pulled out of last week’s Kaspersky Riga Masters after suffering from swelling in his leg and foot. But the Shanghai Masters champion has no intention of missing… Read More

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Wilson Withdraws Due To Blood Clot Concern

Kyren Wilson has revealed that concerns over a possible blood clot in his left leg caused him to pull out of this week’s Kaspersky Riga Masters. Shanghai Masters champion Wilson qualified for the season’s first ranking event by beating Anthony Parsons, but then withdrew on the eve of the tournament in Latvia. “It’s not down… Read More

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World Rankings – The Biggest Movers

Kyren Wilson’s status as one of snooker’s most promising young talents was underlined by a rise of 40 places on the world ranking list during the 2015/16 season. Analysis of movement up the list over the past year shows that Kettering’s 24-year-old Wilson made the most significant jump, climbing from 56th to 16th. The player… Read More

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Wilson Targets Top 16

Kyren Wilson is determined to continue his rapid rise up snooker’s ranking list and gain a top 16 place in time for the World Championship. Wilson started the season 56th in the world but has now climbed to 19th, having captured his first ranking title at the Shanghai Masters in September. And he is 18th… Read More

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