The Ball Run E58 – Woo-hoo for Wuhan and China comeback – but Kendrick defeat “still hurts” and “fuming” over loss to Singh Chadha

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The Ball Run E51 – Ready for Christmas, World Cup excitement, decider defeat to pal Zak, and playing at my ‘home ground’ in Brentwood

Episode 51 of the Ball Run, the official podcast for snooker professional Stuart Bingham.

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The Ball Run E40 – New sponsor Out Law Pro, Champion of Champions call-up, optimism after UK thriller, and my take on amateurs vs pros

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The Ball Run E26 – Championship League exit, personalised video messages for fans, and waiting for Champion of Champions draw

The Ball Run E16 with Chamberlain 1875 – Buzzing to start my title defence against Kacper in Crawley, pleasing form in Leicester… and Driving Miss Daisy!

The Ball Run E8 with Cue Creator – Why the Home Nations million pound prize will never be won, comedown after English Open joy, and this month’s return to the UK Champs

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Bingham riding wave of good form into the English Open

STUART BINGHAM admits he is “riding a wave” of some excellent form at the moment and wants to use it to have an extended run at this week’s English Open. 

Ballrun beat Welshman Lee Walker 4-0 yesterday at the Barnsley Metrodome and will face the winner of today’s clash between Essex rival Mark King and China’s Fang Xiongman in his next match on Wednesday (October 18).

Bingham reached the final of the European Masters in Belgium earlier this month and since then recorded a 5-1 victory over promising German Lukas Kleckers in a qualifier for the Shanghai Masters.

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Bingham: Liang was inspired – but I’m happy with my game right now

STUART BINGHAM admitted he just met a man playing “inspired” snooker after another near miss at the English Open – but says he is very happy with his own solid form heading into next week’s International Championship in China.

Ballrun lost a sensational 6-5 semi-final to Liang Wenbo (pictured), and the player they call the Firecracker went on to end Judd Trump’s 14-match winning run in Sunday’s final to win his maiden ranking title and the new Steve Davis Trophy – and secure his place at the Champion of Champions (CoC).

It means Bingham – who has made a final and two semis in the last three tournaments – now needs to win in China to secure his own CoC spot, although a good run and win for a champion who has already booked a spot is likely to be enough to earn the World No 2 his place at next month’s coveted event in Coventry.

Bingham’s English Open campaign began with a remarkable 4-3 comeback win over Robert Milkins and he says that reprieve made him feel like any other success in Manchester felt like a bonus.

He said: “I think 9,999 out of 10,000 times I was out in that situation against Milkins but he got a kick, things changed and I took advantage.