Mark Allen insists his preparations for the World Championship have "gone well" ahead of his first-round tie with Michael Holt.
Ronnie O'Sullivan will be aiming to claim his sixth World Championship title when the coveted tournament gets underway on April 19.
Ronnie O'Sullivan revealed he hopes Ding Junhui "dominates" snooker when he calls time on his own career after his Welsh Open win.
Mark Williams rolled back the years on Wednesday to eliminate world number one Neil Robertson at the Welsh Open.
Judd Trump said he was disappointed by his first-round defeat to Marco Fu at The Masters and frustrated by his current form.
Top seed Mark Selby survived a scare in the opening round of the Masters after battling to a 6-5 victory over Mark Davis.
Ricky Walden is in confident mood ahead of The Masters and admits he is seeking to "get one back" on Barry Hawkins.
Four-time UK Championship winner Ronnie O'Sullivan has been beaten in the quarter-finals of the tournament 6-4 by Stuart Bingham.
Ronnie O'Sullivan breezed through to the second round of the UK Championships after beating amateur Rhys Clark.
Snooker bosses have been quick to back the new UK Championships format amid growing concerns from the top players.
Former world champion Graeme Dott and Ali Carter are both through to the second round of the UK Championship in York.
Mark Allen hopes to land a first major title after picking up back-to-back trophies in Gloucester and Mulheim, Germany.
Ding Junhui defeated Marco Fu 10-9 to claim the International Championship in Chengdu, China.
Ding Junhui won the inaugural Indian Open after thrashing home favourite Aditya Mehta 5-0 to claim the £50,000 first prize.
Ronnie O'Sullivan hopes to equal or better Stephen Hendry's record of seven World Championship titles.
Former world number five Stephen Lee has been banned from snooker for 12 years after being found guilty of seven match-fixing charges.
Disgraced snooker player Stephen Lee will have to wait until Wednesday to learn his punishment for being found guilty of match-fixing.
Ronnie O'Sullivan has responded to the guilty match-fixing verdict on Stephen Lee by suggesting that many more players are involved.
Stephen Lee may have played his last professional match after being found guilty of match-fixing by an independent tribunal.
Stephen Lee will have to wait for a verdict in his match-fixing case after the tribunal chairman delayed judgement until a later date.
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