All Ding Junhui needs is a win, says John Higgins
All Ding Junhui needs is a win, says John Higgins

Local favourite Ding Junhui finally broke the first-round elimination jinx at the 2015 World Snooker China Open, and "Wizard" John Higgins on Tuesday said that could become a turning point to see him roar up again.

Indian Open: Walden recovers to oust Thepchaiya, enters final
Indian Open: Walden recovers to oust Thepchaiya, enters final

Ricky Walden pulled off a superb come-from-behind 4-3 victory over rank outsider Thepchaiya Un-Nooh to stop the Thai's giant-killing run and enter the final of the Indian Open Snooker Championship here on Saturday.

I did not take my chances, says Aditya Mehta
I did not take my chances, says Aditya Mehta

India's lone snooker professional Aditya Mehta rued missed chances against world no. 8 Ricky Walden of England that led to his 2-4 second-round defeat and early elimination from the pound sterling 300,000 Indian Open in progress here.

Indian Open Snooker: Onus on Aditya Mehta to deliver
Indian Open Snooker: Onus on Aditya Mehta to deliver

A veil of gloom and anxiety has descended on the Indian Open World ranking snooker tournament as the 300,000 pounds event entered its second day here on Wednesday.

Aditya Mehta leads country's hopes in Indian Open
Aditya Mehta leads country's hopes in Indian Open

Aditya Mehta would lead the host nation's challenge in the second Indian Open Snooker Championship, starting tomorrow, as four top-10 players in the world, including defending champion Ding Junhui of China, will vie for top honours.

China`s Ding shocked by qualifier Wasley at snooker worlds

World No.2 Ding Junhui of China was stunned by English qualifier Michael Wasley 10-9 in the first round of the snooker World Championship here.

Pankaj Advani crashes out of Haikou World Open

India`s Pankaj Advani waged a grim battle against tournament favourite and World No.3 Ding Junhui before going down 4-5 in the decider to crash out of the Haikou World Open in China.

Greatest milestone of my career: Mehta on Indian Open success

India`s ace cueist Aditya Mehta today described his runner-up finish in the Indian Open snooker tournament as the "greatest milestone" of his professional career.

Aditya Mehta loses to Ding Junhui in final; dream run ends in Indian Open

After becoming the first Indian ever to reach the final of a major ranking event, it was a sad end to Aditya Mehta`s fairytale journey at the Indian Open world snooker as he went down tamely to China`s Ding Junhui in the summit clash here on Friday.

Junhui spearheads Chinese domination in snooker

Young Ding Junhui has become one of China`s most famous cueist and is the spearhead of an emerging army of Chinese players making an impact on the professional snooker tour.

World No.1 Neil Robertson knocked out of India Open by Ding Junhui

World No.1 Neil Robertson suffered a shock defeat against China`s Ding Junhui to crash out of the Indian Open World Ranking snooker tournament, here on Thursday.

Junhui eyes snooker world’s breakthrough

Snooker player Ding Junhui believes that as the only top Chinese player, he is always under pressure playing in major tournaments but added that he can win the upcoming World Championships.

Seeded players keep failing at world snooker

China`s snooker star Ding Junhui became the seventh top-16 player to fall in the first round of the World Championship after he suffered a 9-10 loss to Ryan Day of Wales.