Billiards will always remain my first love: Advani

Even as Pankaj Advani gears up for the World Snooker Indian Open, starting from Monday, he insisted on Sunday that his priority would always remain billiards.

Carter among six to withdraw from Indian Open

England`s Allister Carter became the sixth cueist to withdraw from the World Snooker Indian Open commencing here on Monday.

Carter among six to pull out of Indian Open snooker

England`s Allister Carter has become the highest ranked and sixth player to withdraw from the World Snooker Indian Open professional ranking tournament commencing here Monday.

Indian Open Snooker: 45 Lakhs for Maximum Man

Besides the total prize-money of 300,000 pounds (Rs.3 crore), next week`s World Snooker Indian Open here will see another 45,000 pounds (Rs.45 lakhs) up for grabs for the player who makes the 147 maximum break.

Neil Robertson sounds warning to his Indian Open snooker opponents

World No.1 Neil Robertson has sounded a warning to his opponents ahead of next week`s World Snooker Indian Open, saying those looking to challenge him for the top honours will have to be at their absolute best.

Ebdon expects tough opener with Mehta

Former World and British Open champion Peter Ebdon, the 43-year-old Londoner who resides in Hungary, believes that his first round opponent India’s Aditya Mehta has more than an even chance to win their match in the World Snooker Indian Open ranking tournament to be held in New Delhi Oct 14 to 18.

We don`t have rich tradition of snooker: Advani, Aditya

Eight-time world champion Pankaj Advani and World Games gold medallist Aditya Mehta on Thursday hoped that snooker would be able to emulate the success of billiards in the country and add to its rich tradition when the World Snooker Indian Open kicks off here from next month.