Ali Carter beats Xiao Guodong to reach the second round of the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
First-round schedule, scores and results at the 2014 World Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Ken Doherty reaches the second round of the World Snooker Championship for the first time in eight years.
You can watch the World Snooker Championship on BBC TV in HD, on the red button, online and on mobile devices.
Pulling pints badly, playing in a bubble and bringing drum and bass to snooker's elite - Kyren Wilson's journey to the Crucible
Ronnie O'Sullivan progresses to the World Snooker Championship second round with a 10-4 win over Robin Hull.
World number three Mark Selby is convinced Sheffield will eventually lose the World Snooker Championship to China.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says he may not have the motivation to equal Stephen Hendry's record of seven world titles.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn says six-time world champion Steve Davis could get a professional tour wild card.
Defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan is drawn to face Robin Hull in the first round of the World Championship in Sheffield.
Irishman Ken Doherty, 44, who won the World Championship in 1997, says he relishes the time he has left in the sport.
Peter Ebdon fails to qualify for the World Championship for the first time since turning professional.
Two-time champion Mark Williams will miss the World Championship for the first time since 1996 after failing to qualify.
Michael Wasley says his dramatic win over Robert Milkins to secure his Crucible debut was the "biggest of his career".
Ex-world champion Graeme Dott will miss this year's event after losing 10-7 to Kyren Wilson in the last qualifying round.
Joe Swail fails in his bid to play in the World Championship after losing 10-8 to Li Yan in the third qualifying round.
Jimmy White fails to make it through qualifying for the World Championship after a 10-4 defeat by Ian Burns.
Former world champion Steve Davis is planning to return to Q School after defeat in World Championship qualifying.
Ding Junhui beats Neil Robertson 10-5 to win the China Open, his record-equalling fifth ranking title of the season.
Features & Analysis
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