The 2024 World Grand Prix
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by monique
1M ago
The 2024 World Grand Prix was played from 15 to 21 January 2024 at the Morningside Arena in Leicester, England. Mark Allen was the defending champion. The event was won by Ronnie O’Sullivan, who beat Judd Trump by 10-7 in the Final. This event is for the 32 highest-ranked players in the current season list. From the Grove, only Mark Selby and Ding Junhui had qualified. Mark lost to Judd Trump in the quarter-finals (5-1) and Ding lost to Ronnie O’Sullivan in the semi-finals (6-1). All detailed results are available on snooker.org ..read more
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The 2024 Masters
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by monique
1M ago
The 2024 Masters was played at Alexandra Palace in London from 7 to 14 January 2024. Mark Allen was the defending champion. Ronnie O’Sullivan won the event for the eighth time, beating Ali Carter by 10-7 in the final. All the Grove players were involved. Only Mark Selby progressed past the first round. In the quarter-finals, he was narrowly beaten (6-5) by Mark Allen, the defending champion. Ding Junhui was beaten By Ronnie in the first round but made history! Indeed he scored a 147 in the 7th frame of his match. It was only the fourth 147 in the history of the Masters and Ding’s second at the ..read more
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The 2023 Scottish Open
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by monique
2M ago
The 2023 Scottish Open was the last ranking event of the year. It was played in Edinburgh from 11 to 17 December 2023. Gary Wilson was the defending champion and defended the title. That’s a remarkable feat considering that the 2022 Scottish Open was his first (and only) ranking title. All Grove players except Neil Robertson were involved and all lost in round 3. You will find all the detailed results on snooker.org. Neil Robertson, who hasn’t got the best of season, has decided to take a break from snooker and visit his family in Australia. He hasn’t seen them for years and is homesick ..read more
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Ding reaches the Final at the 2023 UK Championship
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by monique
2M ago
The 2023 UK Championship was played at the Barbican in York, England, from 25 November to 3 December 2023. Mark Allen was the defending champion. This tournament is played under a tiered system and of the four Grove players, only Ding had to qualify, which he did by beating Daniel Wells (6-4) and Robbie Williams (6-3). Neil Robertson fell at the first hurdle, losing to Zhou Yuelong by 6-2. Luca Brecel went one round further, but lost to Zhang Anda, by 6-4, in the round of 16. Mark Selby reached the quarter-finals where he lost by 6-3 to Judd Trump. “Qualifier” Ding Junhui though performed bril ..read more
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The 2023 Champion of Champions
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by monique
2M ago
The 2023 Champion of Champions, featuring the event winners from the previous year, was played at the University Stadium in Bolton, England from 13 to 19 November 2023. The defending Champion was Ronnie O’Sullivan who withdrew from the tournament for medical reasons. Three of the Grove players were in the draw: Luca Brecel, Mark Selby, and Ding Junhui. Luca and Mark lost in the first round, but Ding progressed thanks to a win over Zhang Anda, the man who had beaten him at the International Championship. That match went to the last black… Ding was 3-0 down and mounted an epic comeback! It was a ..read more
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The 2023 International Championship
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by monique
2M ago
The 2023 International Championship took place in the Tianjin People’s Gymnasium, Tianjin, China from 5 to 12 November 2023. The tournament hadn’t been held since 2019 because of Covid. Judd Trump was the defending Champion. The event was won by Zhang Anda who beat Tom Ford by 10-6 in a Final not many would have predicted. All Grove players qualified for the main event and made the trip to China. Luca Brecel and Neil Robertson exited the tournament in round 2. Mark Selby lost to the eventual runner-up, Tom Ford in the last 16. Ding Junhui reached the QFs where he lost to the eventual winner, Z ..read more
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The 2023 Northern Ireland Open
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by monique
4M ago
The 2023 Northern Ireland Open was played at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast from 22 to 29 October 2023. The event was won by Judd Trump, who beat Chris Wakelin by 9-3 in the final. Neil Robertson was the only Grove player in the draw, He lost to Jordan Brown in round 2 (L64) by 4-1. All the results are available on snooker.org ..read more
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The 2023 Wuhan Open
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by monique
4M ago
The 2023 Wuhan Open marked the return of ranking snooker in China, after the long gap caused by the covid pandemic. It was the first staging of this tournament, so there was no defending Champion. Judd Trump emerged the winner again, beating Ali Carter by 10-7 in the final. It was a bit of a disaster for the Grove team. Luca Brecel withdrew from the event. His first-round opponent got a bye to round 2. Ding Junhui, Neil Robertson, and Mark Selby all lost in round 2, the first round of the tournament proper in Wuhan. All the detailed results are on snooker.org ..read more
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The 2023 English Open
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by monique
4M ago
The 2023 English Open was played from 2 to 8 October 2023 in Brentwood, Essex. The event was won by Judd Trump who beat Zhang Anda by 9-7 in the Final. It wasn’t a great event for the Grove players, Neil Robertson didn’t qualify for the television stages: he was beaten by Sanderson Lam in the first round. Mark Selby was the defending champion, but exited the tournament in round 2, beaten 4-2 by Martin O’Donnell. Ding Junhui and Luca Brevel met in the last 16 round. Ding won the match by 4-3. Actually, Luca has never beaten Ding in eight attempts… Ding however fell in the next round, beaten 5-2 ..read more
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Luca Brecel reaches the Final at the 2023 Shanghai Masters
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by monique
5M ago
The 2023 Shanghai Masters was played at the Grand Stage in Shanghai, from 11 to 17 September 2023. The prestigious invitational tournament featured only 24 players and all four Grove players featured in that elite group. Ronnie O’Sullivan was the defending champion. The first round saw twelve professionals and four Chinese wildcards compete to reach the “last 16″ round. Ding was involved in that round and he beat Si Jishui by 6-2. This was Ding’s first match of the season. In the last 16, Ding and Neil Robertson faced each other, Neil prevailing by 6-5. Mark Selby also needed a deciding frame ..read more
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