Mark Williams launched another attack on World Snooker after booking his place in the second round of the World Championship.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says Tiger Woods' recent Masters triumph is proof that sport's true greats should never be written off.
Ronnie O'Sullivan will be out to win a sixth World Championship at the Crucible Theatre. Will he do it at the ripe old age of 43?
Amateur James Cahill has been handed a dream Crucible draw after he was paired against Ronnie O'Sullivan at the World Snooker Championship.
Jimmy White's hopes of reaching the Crucible for the first time in 13 years were dashed by Ali Carter in the World Championship qualifiers.
Neil Robertson underlined his status as one of the leading contenders for the World Championship later this month by defeating Jack Lisowski in the China Open.
David Alcaide came from behind to beat Alexander Kazakis in a dramatic final at the World Pool Masters in Gibraltar.
Ronnie O'Sullivan has returned to the top of the world rankings for the first time in nine years after sealing victory in the Tour Championship final in Llandudno.
Stephen Fry has sent a message to history-making Ronnie O'Sullivan, saying: "It's a privilege to be alive at the same time as you."
Ronnie O'Sullivan won the Players Championship 10-4 against Neil Robertson, clinching the title with a break of 134 for his 1,000th century.
Mike Watterson, the man who brought snooker's World Championship to the
Crucible Theatre, has died aged 76.
Ronnie O'Sullivan celebrated victory over Barry Hawkins in the Players Championship in Preston by attempting to talk in a bizarre Australian accent.
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh lived up to his title of the game's fastest player by winning his first ranking crown with victory over Michael Holt in the final of the Shoot Out.
Fourteen-year-old Belgian Ben Mertens defeated former world No 3 James Wattana in the first round of the Shoot Out in Watford on Thursday.
Multiple women will compete in televised matches in the final stages of a world ranking event in the UK for the first time at this week's Shoot Out in Watford.
Neil Robertson survived a Stuart Bingham fightback to win his second Welsh Open title on Sunday.
Joe O'Connor's run in the Welsh Open was brought to an emphatic end as Stuart Bingham booked his place in Sunday's final, where he will face Australian Neil Robertson.
Joe O'Connor continued his giant-killing run at the Welsh Open with a shock 5-3 quarter-final victory over world No 5 John Higgins.
Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Selby tumbled out of the Welsh Open while defending champion John Higgins prevailed in a final frame decider to reach the quarter-finals.
Masters champion Judd Trump defeated Ali Carter 10-6 to win the World Grand Prix at Cheltenham Racecourse.
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