Baize Watch: Episode 4

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Day Hoping To Kickstart Title Charge

Ryan Day took 19 seasons to finally get his hands on ranking silverware, but following his ManBetX Gibraltar Open win on Sunday, the Welshman has now collected two titles in a single campaign. We caught up with Day, who also won the Riga Masters last June, to reflect on claiming his second ranking crown. Ryan,… Read More

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Day – First Title A Massive Relief

Ryan Day will head to next week’s Snooker World Cup full of confidence after his landmark triumph at the Kaspersky Riga Masters. Day had played in over 150 ranking events – finishing runner-up four times – before he landed his first title last Sunday, beating Stephen Maguire 5-2 in the final in Latvia. “It was… Read More

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Day Breaks Ranking Duck In Riga

Ryan Day won the first ranking title of his career, 18 years after turning pro, by beating Stephen Maguire 5-2 in the final of the Kaspersky Riga Masters. Welshman Day went all the way to the £50,000 top prize and the trophy at the first tournament of the 2017/18 season. It was his fifth ranking… Read More

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Day – Llandudno Place Is In My Hands

Ryan Day insists he’ll only be concentrating on his own matches at this week’s Jojobet.com Gibraltar Open, where his place in next week’s Ladbrokes Players Championship will be at stake. Gibraltar match schedule Llandudno tickets Only the top 16 players on this season’s one-year ranking list will go through to the Ladbrokes Players Championship in… Read More

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Day Boosts Hopes Of Llandudno Spot

Ryan Day’s run to the final of last week’s Ladbrokes World Grand Prix has improved his chances of qualifying for next month’s Ladbrokes Players Championship in Llandudno. Only the top 16 players on the one year ranking list will earn a spot at the tournament in North Wales, which runs from March 6 to 12… Read More

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Day Ends Ding in Daqing

Home favourite Ding Junhui suffered a crushing deciding-frame defeat at the hands of Ryan Day in the last 32 of the International Championship. Day opened strong with break of 71 to take the early lead, but it was Ding, who last week ended his trophy drought by winning the Haining Open, won the next two… Read More

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Happy Day Knocks Out Champ Ding

Ding Junhui’s title defence ended at the last 32 stage as he lost 5-4 to Ryan Day at the Kreativ Dental German Masters in Berlin. Ding beat Judd Trump in the final here last year on his way to winning a record-equalling five ranking events during the 2014/15 season. But the Chinese ace has looked… Read More

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Day Makes First 147

Ryan Day made the first maximum break of his career during his last 32 match against Cao Yupeng at the Haining China Leather City Asian Tour event. Day’s 147 came in the last frame of a 4-1 win, having already made a 139 in the second frame. The Welshman’s previous tournament high break was 145,… Read More

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147 Prize For Asian Tour Events

Following Ryan Day’s maximum break at the Haining China Leather City Asian Tour event, the WPBSA has decided to initiate a rolling prize for 147s at AT events. This will be £500 per event and will be backdated to the start of the current season. Day will therefore receive £1,000, unless his maximum is equalled… Read More

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Higgins And Hawkins Lose In Shanghai

John Higgins and Barry Hawkins both suffered first round exits at the Bank of Communications Shanghai Masters, losing 5-4 to Ryan Day and Mark Williams respectively. Two-time World Champion Williams recovered from 2-0 and 3-2 down to beat world number five Hawkins and earn a last 16 place. Hawkins made the bigger breaks with 70,… Read More

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