Tour Vlog #4: Shanghai

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Preston To Host Snooker’s World Grand Prix

Snooker stars from around the globe will once again head to Preston’s famous Guild Hall venue in February for the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix. The iconic Lancashire venue staged this world ranking event for the first time this year and the 2018 tournament will take place from February 19 to 25. Tickets are ON SALE… Read More

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Snooker Tickets On Sale Now

Tickets for the Coral Shoot Out, Ladbrokes World Grand Prix and Ladbrokes Players Championship are now on sale. Take advantage of SPECIAL OPENING OFFERS for all three events, with tickets starting at just £8 for the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix and £10 for the Coral Shoot Out and Ladbrokes Players Championship. All three world ranking events will feature… Read More

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Ladbrokes Donate £2,500 To Jessie May

World Grand Prix title sponsor Ladbrokes will make a tremendous donation of £2,500 to Jessie May Children’s Hospice At Home thanks to the century breaks made during last week’s tournament. Ladbrokes pledged to donate £100 for every ton made during the seven days at the Guild Hall in Preston, and there were 25 made. Champion… Read More

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Hawkins Claims Guild Hall Glory

Barry Hawkins produced irresistible snooker to claim the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix title in Preston, but he had to withstand a fightback from Ryan Day, eventually winning 10-7. It’s a third ranking title for Hawkins, which brings him level with the likes of Mark Allen, James Wattana and Paul Hunter. Two of the Hawk’s wins… Read More

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Hawkins Takes Charge Of Guild Hall Final

Barry Hawkins put on an incredible display of break building, making four centuries, to open up a commanding 6-3 lead over Ryan Day in the final of the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston. Hawkins was on the receiving end of a barrage of centuries at the UK Championship, where Fergal O’Brien made five tons… Read More

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Dazzling Day Reaches Final

Ryan Day produced a magnificent comeback to defeat Marco Fu 6-4 and reach the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix final in Preston. Since Anthony Hamilton’s win at last week’s German Masters, many people now deem Day to be the greatest player yet to have lifted a ranking title. The Welshman, who has been on the tour… Read More

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Hawk Soars To Guild Hall Final

Barry Hawkins crushed Liang Wenbo 6-1 to reach the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix final in Preston. The Hawk is already accustomed to lifting ranking silverware at the historic Guild Hall venue. He won the Players Championship Grand Final in 2014, where he thrashed Gerard Greene 4-0.  That week he won a first prize of £100,000, which… Read More

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Day Knocks Out Defending Champion Murphy

Ryan Day moved one step closer to claiming his first ranking title after seeing off defending champion Shaun Murphy 4-2 at the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston. There have been four maiden ranking event winners already this season, most recently Anthony Hamilton at last week’s German Masters. Many are now touting Day as the greatest… Read More

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Hawk Glides Past The Thunder

Barry Hawkins came through his second big name clash of the day to defeat Neil Robertson 4-2 and reach the last four of the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston. The Hawk had already defeated Judd Trump earlier in the day to reach the quarter-finals. He produced a tremendous display to down the Juddernaut 4-1…. Read More

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Brilliant Robertson Dismisses the Rocket

Neil Robertson produced a sparkling performance to dispatch Ronnie O’Sullivan 4-1 and reach the quarter-finals of the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston. The Australian had lost the previous three meetings between the pair and was seeking  revenge for his recent defeat at the Masters. The Thunder from Down Under stamped his authority from the… Read More

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