Four world champions - John Higgins, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Stephen Hendry and Ken Doherty - and four Asian players - Ding Junhui, Marco Fu, James Wattana and Supoj Saenla - will contest the Euro-Asia Challenge at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in Hong Kong from Thursday to Sunday.
Seven of the players (minus Ding) are pictured above on a promotional tour with Frankie Yick, director of Wharf Limited. The top prize is £25,000.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Picture caption competition:

Is Stephen saying to Ronnie: 'Take your hand of my cue, I haven't broken it in, yet!?'

Hendry says he is happy to stick with his new 'stick.' But, after his performance at the World Championship, many would disagree. Would do you think?

Personally, it is very much to do with psychology. Didn't Dott snap his a few years back - now look at him.

O'Sullivan gave his away at the end of the 2006 World Championship. It just seems to me, some players adapt easier than others.

Thanks, Joe