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Shaun Murphy

Teaming up with SightRight

Shaun Murphy: Hi Everyone, Just a quick note to announce that as of this month I have started working with Steve Feeney using his SightRight tech.

Having been sceptical for many years of new sighting methods that were not in the Joe Davis book my father used to teach me when I was eight, I decided to invite Steve to my house to demonstrate how it works. Well, I was blown away! Never in my 26 years of playing snooker have I seen something that has such an instant effect on where the ball goes, and Steve and myself are very excited about the future. Continue reading Teaming up with SightRight

Mark Williams

Mark Williams sets ‘Sights’ on snookers greatest prize!

Two times World Champion, Mark Williams has not lifted a title since 2011. Following his run to the final in the China Open toward the end of last season, he then failed to qualify for the Crucible although he has returned into the Top 16 for the 2017/18 Season.

Williams felt he needed to change a few things to compete at the highest level again and on the strong recommendation of his current coach, Lee Walker, has turned to SightRight Snooker Coaching specialist Stephen Feeney for help. Continue reading Mark Williams sets ‘Sights’ on snookers greatest prize!

SightRight Coached Martin Gould Reflects on Best Ever Season

A place in the Dafabet Masters is one of Londoner Martin Gould’s main targets as he looks ahead to the new season.

Gould enjoyed the best season of his career in 2015/16, winning his first ranking title at the German Masters when he beat Luca Brecel in the final.

That helped him climb to his current position of 15th in the world, and if he’s still ranked among the top 16 at the end of the UK Championship in December he’ll be in the field for the Dafabet Masters, which is snooker’s most prestigious invitation event and runs from January 15 to 22 at Alexandra Palace.

“I’ve only played in the Masters once before and I didn’t do myself justice,” said Gould, recalling a 6-2 defeat to Shaun Murphy on his 2012 debut. “Hopefully I’ll make it again this season and give it a better shot.

“Last season was very consistent, I got to a lot of quarters and semis and got back into the top 16. I’ve got to build on that and keep it going. Once you’ve won your first ranking title it’s amazing how different you feel as a player. I feel more confident and less edgy when finishing matches.”

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