Articles in the Chen Zhe Category
Cao Yupeng, Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Judd Trump, Li Hang, Luca Brecel, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »
York Barbican, November 22nd 2016 – December 4th 2016
Neil Robertson was de Defending Champion, and had chosen to skip the Northern Ireland Open in order to prepare for his defence, but surprisingly he was knocked out in the last 128 by Peter Lines who beat him by 6-3. Judd also made an early exit at the hands of the Lines family: Oliver beat him by 6-2 in the last 64 … Oliver went on to reach the last 16 where his run ended at the hands of Marco Fu.
Yu Delu …
Cao Yupeng, Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Li Hang, Luca Brecel, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu »
The tournament was held at the Titanic Exhibition Center in Belfast from November 14 to November 21, 2016 and was won by Mark King, who beat Barry Hawkins by 9-8 in the final. Neither Judd nor Neil took part, both wanting to take a break in order to prepare for the all important UK Championship. None of the Grove players involved went past the last 32, Luca and Zhang Anda being the only two who reached that stage.
All the tournament detailed results are on Cuetracker as usual
Cao Yupeng, Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Judd Trump, Li Hang, Luca Brecel, Neil Robertson, Oliver Lines, Player news, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »
Judd reached the final of the first event of the Home Nations Series, the English Open 2016, played in Manchester from October 10 to October 17, 2016, his second final in 8 days. He lost by 9-6 to Liang Wenbo. This defeat put an end to a 14 consecutive wins run. Although Judd was certainly disappointed, he should be able to take a lot of positives from the last 3 weeks: he demonstrated outstanding consistency, remarkable stamina and a very solid all-round game. He is now third in the World …
Cao Yupeng, Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Li Hang, Luca Brecel, Lyu Chenwei, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu »
The qualifying rounds of the Shanghai Masters 2016 were held in Barnsley from August 30 to September 2, 2016. These are the only qualifiers still played under a true tiered system. None of the Grove players involved managed to book their place in the final stages. Neil and Judd, of course, will be in Shanghai as top 16 seeds. All the results, as always, are on cuetracker.
Cao Yupeng, Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Li Hang, Luca Brecel, Lyu Chenwei, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »
The Paul Hunter Classic 2016 was held in Fürth, Germany, as usual and ran from August 24 to August 29, 2016. It is now a full ranking event, but still involves amateurs and still has the same format as the former PTCs. It was a rather down-key event, as most of the top 16 players gave it a miss, including Judd and Neil, and it wasn’t on television, only on streaming. It was won by Mark Selby, but the highlight of it was probably Jimmy White reaching the QF for …
Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Judd Trump, Li Hang, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »
Neil, Judd, James Cahill and Li Hang were competing in the Riga Masters, from 22 to 24 June 2016. Chen Zhe had qualified as well but visa issues forced him to withdraw. Neil won the event, beating Michael Holt by 5-2 in the final. The event, that was part of the European Tour in previous seasons, is now a full ranking event … and Neil 12th ranking title.
Cao Yupeng, Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Judd Trump, Li Hang, Neil Robertson, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »
The Preston Guid Hall hosted a full week of qualifiers from May 28 to June 4, 2016: the first rounds (last 128) of the Indian Open, the World Open (to be played in China) and the Riga Masters saw most players kick-off their season.
Only Oliver Lines qualified for the Indian Open main event. Neil and Judd didn’t enter.
Cao Yupeng, Neil, Yu Delu, Judd, Oliver Lines and James Cahill qualified for the World Open main event.
James Cahill, Neil, Judd, Li Hang and Chen Zhe qualified for the Riga Masters main …
Chen Zhe, Li Yan, Zhang Anda »
The Q-School 2014 features two events, with 8 Main Tours spots for the grabs, and is played at The Capital Venue (SWSA) in Gloucester from 10 to 21 May, 2014. Chen Zhe, Li Yan and Zhang Anda are trying to regain their professional status. Good luck to them. Congratulations to Anda who regains his main tour spot coming out of Q-School event 1. Unfortunately neither Sleepy nor Li Yan managed to make it. They are off the Main Tour.
Cao Xinlong, Chen Zhe, Li Hang, Li Yan, Liang Wenbo, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »
The World Championship 2014 Qualifiers – still played in a tiered format – run from April 8 till April 16, at Pond Forge, Sheffield. All Grove players, except for Neil and Judd, who are seeded, are involved. Zhang Anda, Cao Xinlong, Chen Zhe, Li Hang and Li Yan all won their matches in Round 1. Unfortunately Round 2 was less successful as only Li Yan managed to go through and then win in Round 3. Li Yan and Wenbo were one match away from the Crucible but couldn’t make …