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Brilliant Fu Claims Glasgow Glory

Marco Fu came from 4-1 down to beat John Higgins 9-4 in the final of the Coral Scottish Open in Glasgow. Higgins had started the match brilliantly with three consecutive centuries, but he was then outplayed by his opponent and denied the chance to capture a title on home turf just a few miles from… Read More

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Fu Claims Gibraltar Glory

Marco Fu won his first title carrying ranking points since the 2013 Australian Goldfields Open by defeating Michael White 4-1 in the final of the Dafabet Gibraltar Open at the Tercentenary Sports Hall. The world number 14 won three successive frames from 1-1 to win the €25,000 top prize at the penultimate event of this… Read More

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Fu Makes Magical Maximum

Marco Fu scored a 6-3 victory over Stuart Bingham at the Dafabet Masters, and became only the third player in the history of the tournament to make a 147. Fu’s stunning break came in the fourth frame of his first round tie, and put the Hong Kong ace 3-1 ahead. The world number ten was… Read More

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Fu Beats Murphy In Dramatic Finish

Marco Fu cleared the colours in the deciding frame to beat Shaun Murphy 6-5 in a thrilling match at the Coral UK Championship. By Mark Rawlinson Fu pulled off an excellent comeback from 5-3 down to secure a spot in the quarter-finals against Stephen Maguire or David Morris. It was a rematch of the 2008… Read More

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Trump / Murphy / Fu Through

Marco Fu scored a remarkable win over John Higgins at the Kreativ Dental Ruhr Open on Saturday as he made his way into the last 16. Hong Kong’s Fu beat Higgins 4-0 in the last 64 without his opponent scoring a single point. Top breaks of 109, 89 and 56 helped Fu shut out his… Read More

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Victory Over Fu Gives Ding Title Treble

Ding Junhui won the International Championship by beating Marco Fu 10-9 in a tremendous final in Chengdu. It’s a historic victory for Ding as he becomes the first player since Stephen Hendry in 1993 to win three consecutive ranking titles – a feat which all-time greats like Ronnie O’Sullivan, John Higgins and Mark Williams have… Read More

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Walden Wins In Doncaster

A stunning clearance in the deciding frame saw Ricky Walden beat Marco Fu 4-3 in the final of the Bluebell Wood Open in Doncaster. Walden, who reached the semi-finals of the World Championship at the end of last season, showed superb form in winning seven matches to take the £20,000 top prize at the season’s… Read More

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Fu On Top Down Under

Marco Fu won the second world ranking title of his career by beating Neil Robertson 9-6 in the final of the Australian Goldfields Open in Bendigo. Hong Kong’s Fu denied Melbourne-born Robertson a home victory by getting the better of an exciting final to take the $70,000 top prize. World number one Robertson had been… Read More

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Lawler Wins First Pro Title

Veteran Rod Lawler won the first professional title of his 22-year snooker career by beating Marco Fu 4-2 in the final of UKPTC3. Liverpool’s 41-year-old Lawler,ranked No 65 in the world, played superbly in the event at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester, beating the likes of Stuart Bingham and Stephen Lee before seeing… Read More

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Murphy Survives Telford Pressure

Maplin UK Champion Shaun Murphy described the pressure of the closing stages of his 10-9 final victory as more intense than his 2005 World triumph. Murphy got the better of Marco Fu in a gripping contest which finished at 12.20am, coming from 9-8 down to win the last two frames. “I know now what it’s… Read More

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