Neil Robertson beats Joe Perry 10-9 in the Wuxi Classic final in China, the 10th ranking title of the Australian's career.
Former snooker champion Terry Griffiths says switching the Welsh Open from Newport to Cardiff is "a move forward".
- Wales Llandudno to host World Grand Prix
- Wales Cardiff 'great venue' for Welsh Open
- Robertson criticises conditions in China
- World champion Selby loses to Wenbo
- England Stephen Lee admits cue sale fraud
- Banned Lee incurs extra costs
- Carter starts lung cancer treatment
- Lee appeal against 12-year ban fails
- Selby dedicates title to late father
- England Ronnie O'Sullivan in motorway crash
- Selby wins World Championship
- Women 'will never compete with men'
- Robertson's record 'not as good as a 147'
Video & Audio
- Watch video Selby sees off O'Sullivan to win title
- Watch video O'Sullivan 'in good place' despite loss
- Watch video Fry eulogises about Crucible aura
- Watch video O'Sullivan fluffs 'unmissable' pot
- Watch video O'Sullivan's 'flawless' 131 break
- Watch video O'Sullivan v Selby: Road to the final
- Watch video Selby beats Robertson in epic semi
- Watch video O'Sullivan thrashes Hawkins to make final
- Watch video 'Sat-nav Selby' escapes snooker
- Watch video Robertson double wows Crucible crowd
- Watch video O'Sullivan in control after 108 break
- Watch video World Championship - the story so far
World Championship 147s
- Watch video Archive: The first Crucible 147
- Watch video Archive: Rocket's fastest 147
- Watch video Archive: O'Sullivan's 'best' maximum
- Watch video Archive: Hendry hits first Crucible 147
- Watch video Archive: White's wonderful 147
- Watch video Archive: Williams makes Crucible 147
- Watch video Archive: Hendry hits second Crucible 147
- Watch video Archive: Carter's Crucible 147
- Watch video Archive: Hendry stuns Bingham with 147
- Watch video Archive: O'Sullivan's second 147
World Snooker Championship
Mark Selby claims his maiden world snooker title with a dramatic 18-14 win over Ronnie O'Sullivan.