2010 World Professional Billiards Championship

The 2010 World Professional Billiards Championship, the top international professional competition in English billiards, was held between 27 and 31 October 2010 at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds, England.[1] The 20 players were divided into four groups of five, with the top two in each group advancing into the knock-out round.

Mike Russell won his 10th World Professional Billiards Championship title after beating Dhruv Sitwala 1738–1204 in the final.[2]

Group round[edit]

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Group A[edit]

Player Score Player Score
India Pankaj Advani 1150 India Sushrut Pandia 167
India Devendra Joshi 280 India Sourav Kothari 728
India Pankaj Advani 684 England Martin Goodwill 637
India Devendra Joshi 839 India Sushrut Pandia 299
India Sourav Kothari 718 England Martin Goodwill 262
India Pankaj Advani 818 India Devendra Joshi 469
India Sourav Kothari 1152 India Sushrut Pandia 189
India Devendra Joshi 493 England Martin Goodwill 500
India Pankaj Advani 965 India Sourav Kothari 457
India Sushrut Pandia 239 England Martin Goodwill 906
Rank Player P W L F A
1 India Pankaj Advani 4 4 0 3617 1730
2 India Sourav Kothari 4 3 1 3055 1696
3 England Martin Goodwill 4 1 3 2305 2134
4 India Devendra Joshi 4 1 3 2081 2345
5 India Sushrut Pandia 4 0 4 894 4047

Group B[edit]

Player Score Player Score
India Rupesh Shah 702 England Bem French 239
India Geet Sethi 781 India Siddharth Parikh 397
India Rupesh Shah 618 England Matthew Sutton 414
India Geet Sethi 1223 England Bem French 186
India Siddharth Parikh 964 England Bem French 201
India Rupesh Shah 441 India Geet Sethi 461
India Siddharth Parikh 351 England Matthew Sutton 385
India Geet Sethi 1199 England Matthew Sutton 223
India Rupesh Shah 352 India Siddharth Parikh 416
England Bem French 242 England Matthew Sutton 705
Rank Player P W L F A
1 India Geet Sethi 4 4 0 3664 1247
2 India Rupesh Shah 4 2 2 2113 1530
3 India Siddharth Parikh 4 2 2 2128 1719
4 England Matthew Sutton 4 2 2 1727 2410
5 England Bem French 4 0 4 868 3594

Group C[edit]

Player Score Player Score
India Dhruv Sitwala 283 India Ashok Shandilya 504
England David Causier 868 England Mark Hirst 289
India Dhruv Sitwala 533 England Phil Mumford 480
England David Causier 911 India Ashok Shandilya 391
England Mark Hirst 347 England Phil Mumford 599
India Dhruv Sitwala 593 England David Causier 498
England Mark Hirst 560 India Ashok Shandilya 386
England David Causier 1150 England Phil Mumford 289
India Dhruv Sitwala 430 England Mark Hirst 429
India Ashok Shandilya 566 England Phil Mumford 554
Rank Player P W L F A
1 England David Causier 4 3 1 3427 1562
2 India Dhruv Sitwala 4 3 1 1839 1911
3 India Ashok Shandilya 4 2 2 1847 2308
4 England Mark Hirst 4 1 3 1625 2283
5 England Phil Mumford 4 1 3 1922 2596

Group D[edit]

Player Score Player Score
Qatar Mike Russell 1070 England Ian Williamson 262
Singapore Peter Gilchrist 616 England Gary Rogers 394
Qatar Mike Russell 413 England Robert Marshall 614
Singapore Peter Gilchrist 961 England Ian Williamson 275
England Gary Rogers 148 England Robert Marshall 730
Qatar Mike Russell 719 Singapore Peter Gilchrist 393
England Gary Rogers 368 England Ian Williamson 277
Singapore Peter Gilchrist 674 England Robert Marshall 422
Qatar Mike Russell 820 England Gary Rogers 338
England Ian Williamson 375 England Robert Marshall 321
Rank Player P W L F A
1 Qatar Mike Russell 4 3 1 3022 1607
2 Singapore Peter Gilchrist 4 3 1 2644 1810
3 England Robert Marshall 4 2 2 2087 1610
4 England Gary Rogers 4 1 3 1248 2443
5 England Ian Williamson 4 1 3 1189 2720

Knock-out round[edit]

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Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
2½ hours 4 hours 5 hours
     
India Pankaj Advani 608        
India Dhruv Sitwala 723  
India Dhruv Sitwala 980
  India Geet Sethi 979  
Singapore Peter Gilchrist 445
India Geet Sethi 969  
India Dhruv Sitwala 1204
  Qatar Mike Russell 1738
England David Causier 1356
India Sourav Kothari 499  
England David Causier 1279
  Qatar Mike Russell 1525  
India Rupesh Shah 496
Qatar Mike Russell 995  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 World Professional Billiards Championship". Cue Sports India. Retrieved 21 January 2011.
  2. ^ Geet, Sethi (2 November 2010). "Mike Russell regains World crown". The Hindu. Retrieved 21 January 2011.
  3. ^ "Group Round". Cue Sports India. Archived from the original on 21 January 2011. Retrieved 21 January 2011.
  4. ^ "Knock-out Round". Cue Sports India. Archived from the original on 21 January 2011. Retrieved 21 January 2011.

External links[edit]

  • "Break Board". Cue Sports India. Archived from the original on 21 January 2011. Retrieved 21 January 2010.