Tom Ford (@1.44) vs Chang Bingyu (@2.75)
03-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Tom Ford will win

Tom Ford – Chang Bingyu Match Prediction | 03-10-2019 09:30

He beat Robertson again in the World Open and Mark Davis in the China Open. Clearly, he can play extremely well. Hell, we have Si Jiahui and Lei Peifan two 16 year-olds who are in the mix and goodness know what impact they will make! I do wonder if it is too early for these players to go on tour early and if they can adapt to the gruelling travel, the non-stop snooker, especially since most of the events are far away from home.

Trump and Allen tied for the highest break during the televised stages, both scoring 141, with Trump also making 12 centuries throughout the tournament. Qualifying for the event took place 1417 June 2019 in Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield, England. Tom Ford made the highest break of qualifying, with a maximum break, the fourth of his career, in his 61 win in qualifying over Fraser Patrick.

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If he didnt hit the cluster of reds too hard, then he wouldve defeated Judd Trump in the decider. Now he just needs to return to the Top 32 where he belongs. He was very close to causing a shock in the World Championship too. The fact that he was one of the most feared qualifiers showed what he is capable. Now Trump is the World Champion. The Thai player has his monkey off his back of getting a ranking title. I just hope he actually wins more often because he has the talent of a Top 16 player.

Superstar Zhao Xintong is finally showing us what he is capable of. In fact, he did so well, he qualified for the World Grand Prix for being among the Top 32 players in the Order of Merit. Since he dropped off the tour and qualified immediately via Q School last year, he was on a rampage. At the start of the season, he reached the China Championship semi-finals, beating Anthony McGill, Mark Williams and Barry Hawkins.

Murphy won frame 13 to need just one more frame for victory. Murphy won the first five frames of the match, with Allen not scoring a single point until frame four.[18] Allen fought back to trail 36 after the first session.[18] Murphy won the first frame of the second session, before Allen won the next two. The second semi-final was a rematch of the 2019 Scottish Masters final between Murphy and Allen. Allen won the next two frames to push the match into the interval.

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Scott Donaldson is a testament to any young player who is willing to grind his way to cement his place onto the snooker tour. He turned professional back in 2012 and qualified for the tour again via the European Order of Merit in 2014 and in 2016. Since then, he made four ranking semi-final appearances. As well as two quarter-finals, he reached the semi-finals of the 2018 Paul Hunter Classic and the 2019 China Open. His China Open run in Beijing was most impressive, defeating Joe Perry, David Gilbert and Ben Woollaston along the way.

These were the 137th and 138th official maximum breaks in professional competition. Ronnie O'Sullivan made his 14th maximum break in professional competition in the 5th frame of his last 64 match against Elliot Slessor. It was only the second time that two 147s were made at the main stage of a professional ranking event, the first time being at the 2008 World Championship. The following day Stuart Bingham made his fourth maximum break in professional competition in the 7th frame of his last 32 match against Ricky Walden.

Tom Ford. Ben Woollaston. Despite losing 6-2 to Stuart Bingham, that win propelled him up with the rankings with 20,000 points in the kitty. He defeated top players such as Kyren Wilson, Ding Junhui and even defending Welsh Open champion John Higgins. New rookie Louis Heathcote. There are a number of professionals who are bred in Leicester. But it was at the Welsh Open when he really came alive. Joe OConnor started his professional campaign quite slowly with a could of third round appearances, including the UK Championship. Some randomer called Mark Selby.

Tournament summary[edit]

Jamie Clarke took a while to get his first professional win on the circuit but he managed to get to his first ranking semi-final in the 2019 Snooker Shoot-Out! Every year I have sorted out the six players outside of the Top 32 who are the ones to watch. Among them, there were three players who qualified for the Crucible, including one who reached the semi-finals (Gary Wilson, Zhou Yuelong and Luo Honghao). Strangely, there was more success from who I picked. Sunny Akani and Sam Craigie had fairly steady seasons.

The rankings are used to set the official tournament seedings at various points throughout the season; even though the rankings are officially updated after every tournament carrying ranking status not all the rankings are used as seedings, and only the rankings officially used as seedings are documented below. The rankings at the start of 2019/2020 season are determined by prize money earned in the 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 seasons and are updated after every tournament carrying ranking status; the players are re-ranked at the beginning of the current season after removing players relegated at the end of the previous season from the ranking list. As points are accrued from tournaments throughout the current season, the points from the corresponding tournaments from two seasons earlier are dropped. The official 2019/2020 snooker world ranking points for the professional snooker players on the World Snooker Main Tour in the 2019/2020 season are based on performances in ranking tournaments over a two-year rolling period. The total points accumulated by the cut-off dates for the revised seedings are based on all the points up to that date in the 2019/2020 season, all of the points from the 2018/2019 season, and the points from the 2017/2018 season that have not yet been dropped.

Waleed Majid (born 22 September 1987 in Doha, Qatar) is a Qatari professional pool player. Majid has played in several World Cup of Pool events representing Qatar, including reaching the quarter-finals at the 2015 event.Majid has also achieved well at the World Pool Masters competition, reaching the quarterfinals in 2015, defeating Daryl Peach.Majid has also played Snooker at a high amateur level, most recently playing in the World Amateur Snooker Championship in 2018.

The event series is sanctioned by the International Billiards and Snooker Federation. A number of IBSF champions have gone on to successful careers in the Pro ranks, notably Jimmy White (1980), James Wattana (1988), Ken Doherty (1989), Stuart Bingham (1996), Marco Fu (1997), Stephen Maguire (2000) and Mark Allen (2004). Both Ken Doherty (in 1997) and Stuart Bingham (in 2015) have gone on to win the professional World Snooker Championship . The IBSF World Snooker Championship (also known as the World Amateur Snooker Championship) is the premier non-professional snooker tournament in the world.

Selby's win was his 15th professional ranking event win. Mark Selby won the event, defeating John Higgins in the final 109. It was the fourth ranking event of the 2018/2019 season.Luca Brecel was the defending champion, but he lost to Martin O'Donnell 35 in the first round. The 2018 Evergrande China Championship was professional ranking snooker tournament, that took place between 2430 September 2018 in Guangzhou, China, with qualifying took place from 19 to 22 August 2018 in Preston, England.