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Come back J. Missing her at the world championships. Sorry not to see Hazel Irvine this year, and hope her family issues are resolved..
Just want to say how much we miss Hazel Irvine in the Snooker. She has so much incite and such charisma. We wish her and her family all the best.
Thankfully Jimmy White is providing the laughs on Eurosport. You have no idea how good they actually are. Trust me. I sometimes can only watch the snooker on Eurosport with Dutch commentary.
Phyllis from the Nederlands i love watching snooker with Hezel , your missed hope your back soon,. Hazel help!!!!!! Come back we need you!!!!
Not the same without her, but I wish her and her family well. Come back soon Hazel! Missing Hazel, someone who gets snooker, best wishes to you and your family and hope to see you back next year.
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Missing Hazel at the Crucible. Wishing you well and hope we see you again soon. Glad that your keeping safe and well.
I think the replacement commentators voice reminds me of Ted Lowe What is his name please. Mohamed is a dreadful presenter. The current ranking list is available here.
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The semi-finals :. Over 32 years on since their first meeting here, White and Stephen Hendry added a new chapter to their legendary Crucible rivalry, and for the first time it was the Englishman that bested his nemesis at the one-table set-up in Sheffield.
After an edgy start White took the opener on the colours but a 64 break from Hendry — consisting of eight reds and blacks at the start of the second frame — helped him settle down and level.
White looked like getting the job done in the next when on a break of 52, but after misjudging a tight pot on a red, Hendry later pounced with a typical match-saving However, this would only prove to be a stay of execution for the seven-times world professional champion as runs of 36 and 55 got White over the line as a winner.
Doherty is also on course to create a piece of snooker history as he aims to become a world champion in four different categories throughout his illustrious career.
The world professional champion made breaks of 46 and 47 to go one up, but the former world number 24 squared it with the aid of a 49 in the next.
However, Doherty largely froze out his opponent for the remainder of the match, racking up further runs of 60, 80 and 57 to triumph with change to spare.
I was delighted with how I played when I was in and amongst the balls. I scored pretty good, I felt very calm. The Final :. Having initially won the title in , this is a record-extending third time he has captured the ultimate prize on the seniors circuit.
Hopes of retaining the trophy looked all but over for White and his adoring legion of fans during the first half of what would be an unforgettable night of action in Sheffield.
Aiming to create history himself by adding a seniors crown to the junior, amateur and professional world championships he has collected during his illustrious career, Doherty appeared to be coasting to victory before the mid-session interval.
However, as is so often the case, the interval swung the match dramatically. White refused to relinquish his title; a run of 42 in frame five got him on the board, and he continued to grow in confidence as he halved the original deficit with a decisive 44 in the next.
Momentum had visibly shifted and the unlikely recovery continued in a dramatic seventh frame. Both players had glorious opportunities to claim it on the colours — White missed a blue into the corner pocket, whereas Doherty failed to pot a tricky match ball pink with the rest after he misjudged his position from the blue.
The reigning champion subsequently kept his nerve to sink the remaining two balls and get back within one. With the tension rising, an unsteady Doherty broke down from a good position on a break of 32 in frame seven and White punished with a counter-attacking effort of 79 to force it all the way.
The Englishman — who has painful memories of deciding frame defeats at the Crucible Theatre — then completed the seismic recovery in style with a break of This is a great win for me being down.
I missed a good few chances and Jimmy started to comeback, he played really well. Ken came on twitter later admitting that he felt devastated and that it will take some time for him to get over what happened there.
It was a fantastic event. Jason Francis and the team behind him deserve immense credit, not just for this event, but for how well they managed to develop the Seniors snooker tour and to give it real credibility.
The quality was there for all to see — and enjoy — this week. This tour is not about a bunch of retired snooker players knocking a few balls around, it a real Tour, and it means an awful lot for the players involved in it.
This is the link to the semi-finals pictures album. And the link to the Final pictures album. It was another fantastic day at the Crucible yesterday as the four seeds duly emerged from the QF round.
Afternoon session. Seven-time world professional champion Hendry continues to roll back the years in Sheffield.
Hendry did have to bounce back from an early setback, though. On a break of 60 in the opening frame he missed a straightforward red and was made to sit as winner Canavan pounced with efforts of 39 and a 32 clearance to steal it.
I am happy to still be in. Later in the afternoon session reigning UK Seniors champion Judge stayed on course for a unique seniors circuit double after dispatching Wayne Cooper Both players struggled to settle early on, but it was Dubliner Judge who adapted best in establishing a advantage.
Yorkshireman Cooper managed to avoid the whitewash with a swift effort of 59 in frame four, but Judge decided the outcome in the next — a break of 48 helping him get across the line.
I felt good coming in, but as I went on even though I was ahead, I started feeling more and more nervous so I was just glad to get over the line and hopefully I can relax tomorrow and play a bit better.
I have nothing to lose. It would be an honour, but I think Darren will have something to say about that first. Evening session. Reigning champion White set up a mouthwatering semi-final clash with career-long rival Stephen Hendry after defeating fellow main tour professional and winner Peter Lines with a trio of sixty-plus breaks.
White continued to look determined, and with a gutsy run of 41 from the last two reds — including a glorious green down the side cushion with the extended rest — he went one away from progression.
The Hendry-White rivalry is the stuff of sporting legend. The pair famously contested four World Championship finals here at the Crucible Theatre in the s with Hendry winning all four, although White did overcome his nemesis during their first and last meetings at the iconic venue.
There will be plenty of reminiscing, but plenty at stake when the two cross cues here once again tomorrow afternoon for a place in the final.
I understand three million people will be watching on primetime in China tomorrow, but I love all that. Earlier in the evening — thirty years on from their first meeting as professionals — Doherty eliminated winner Darren Morgan in a quality encounter.
Further breaks were traded in the following two frames as Doherty made a 72 to move back in front before Morgan levelled once more with the help of a Doherty will meet fellow Dubliner and practice partner Michael Judge in an intriguing semi-final with both still hoping to create first-time history later in this tournament.
Judge is aiming to hold the World and UK Seniors titles at the same time, whereas Doherty is trying to add this crown to his junior, amateur and professional world titles.
The winners will then meet on Saturday evening for a best-of-nine finale to determine the destiny of the championship.
Rob Walker has been everywhere except at the table playing. His formidable enthusiasm and his energy have brought something very special to the event.
Thanks Rob! And here is the link to the photo album for the QFs — all images by Andy Chubb. The Q-school comprises four competitions:. To enter the events follow this link.
Players will be tested for Covid and will be withdrawn from the events should they test positive.