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[13 May 2024 | No Comment | ]
The 2024 World Championship

The 2024 World Snooker Championship took place at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield (England) from the 20th of April to the 6th of May 2024. Luca Brecel was the defending Champion. The event was won by Kyren Wilson who beat Jak Jones – a qualifier – by 18-14 in the final.
It was a pretty miserable event for the Grove players.
Neil Robertson needed to qualify but didn’t manage it. He was narrowly beaten by Jamie Jones in the last round of qualifiers (10-9).
Luca Brecel, Mark Selby, and Ding all …

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[13 May 2024 | No Comment | ]
The 2024 World Mixed Doubles

Three out of the four Grove players were involved in the 2024 World Mixed Doubles event: Luca Brecel teamed with Reanne Evans, Mark Selby with Rebecca Kenna, and Neil Robertson with Mink Nutcharut.
The event was played in Manchester on 30 and 31 March 2024. Neil and Mink were the defending champions but finished last of the group phase.
Reanne Evans and Luca Brecel won the title, beating Rebecca Kenna and Mark Selby in the final.

All the results are on snooker.org.

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[13 May 2024 | No Comment | ]

The 2024 World Open (officially the 2024 Huading Nylon World Open) took place from 18 to 24 March 2024 at the Yushan Sport Centre in Yushan, China. Judd Trump was the defending champion, having won the event in the last, pre-covid, edition in 2019. He successfully defended his title. He beat Ding by 10-4 in the final.

There were two rounds of qualifiers for this event and all Grove players negotiated them successfully. Luca though lost in last 32 to Stephen Maguire (5-1). Mark Selby went one better losing to Jackson …

Ding Junhui, Luca Brecel, Mark Selby, Tournament news »

[18 Mar 2024 | No Comment | ]
The 2024 Riyadh Season World Masters

The 2024 Riyadh Season World Masters was the first-ever professional tournament played in Saudi Arabia. It was an invitational event for the top ten players in the World plus two local wild cards and took place at the Global Theater, Boulevard City, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from 4 to 6 March 2024. Grove was represented by Mark Selby, Ding Junhui, and Luca Brecel.
Ding lost narrowly to Ali Carter in the first round proper (4-3). Mark was seeded in the quarter-finals, where he lost to Mark Allen in the deciding frame …

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[18 Mar 2024 | No Comment | ]
The 2024 Players Championship

The 2024 Players Championship took place in Telford International Centre, England, from 19 to 25 February 2024. Shaun Murphy was the defending champion but failed to qualify for the event, not being in the top 16 of the season’s list. The event was won by Mark Allen who beat Zhang Anda by 10-8 in the final.
From Grove, only Ding Junhui and Mark Selby played in this event. Ding lost in the first round to John Higgins (6-4). Mark Selby reached the semi-finals where he lost to Zhang Anda in the …

Ding Junhui, Luca Brecel, Mark Selby, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »

[18 Mar 2024 | No Comment | ]

The 2024 Welsh Open was played from 12 to 18 February 2024 in Venue Cymru, in Llandudno, Wales. Robert Milkins was the defending champion. The event was won by Gary Wilson who beat Martin O’Donnell by 9-4 in the final.
All Grove players qualified for the main venue but Ding Junhui and Mark Selby lost in the last 64, the first round in Berlin. Neil Robertson went one better. Luca Brecel reached the quarter-finals where he lost by 5-3 to the eventual runner-up, Martin O’Donnell. This was actually the first …

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[18 Mar 2024 | No Comment | ]
The 2024 German Masters

The 2024 German Masters was played in Berlin from 29 January and 4 February 2024, at the legendary Tempodrom. Ali Carter was the defending champion. The event was won by Judd Trump who beat Si Jiahui by 1-5 in the Final.
The event wasn’t a a great one for the Grove players as only Neil Robertson managed to qualify for the main event. He lost in the last 16 to Kyren Wilson. All results are available on snooker.org.

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[28 Jan 2024 | No Comment | ]
The 2024 World Grand Prix

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.

Ding Junhui, Luca Brecel, Mark Selby, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »

[15 Jan 2024 | No Comment | ]
The 2024 Masters

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 …

Ding Junhui, Luca Brecel, Mark Selby, Tournament news »

[22 Dec 2023 | No Comment | ]
The 2023 Scottish Open

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 …