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roy142857 wrote:Does he think his Tour place is safe? His position looks fairly ok but hardly guaranteed in both Top 64 and European Order of Merit, really surprised he's not cementing his place by playing in the two up-coming events.
Wildey wrote:Being a old player hes had his chance if he cant stay on tour tough rubbish close the door on the way out
SnookerFan wrote:Wildey wrote:Being a old player hes had his chance if he cant stay on tour tough rubbish close the door on the way out
Surely, this applies to all players though?
Wildey wrote:yea But if a player shows promise in Q School but just about fails Give him a Wild Card and not because they are a legend.
If Steve falls off Tour he should go to Q School and take his chance.
Ayrshirebhoy wrote:Was listening to real radio today, the woman that done the news talking about the jungle refered to Davis as 'ex snooker player Stephen Davis' .
roy142857 wrote:... not to mention the snooker.org updates for the European Order of Merit ... which show Ian Burns, Martin O'Donnell and Joel Walker all surpassing Davis' position on the Order of Merit, and Peter Lines, Berry Pinches and David Grace all one win in Antwerp away from passing him.
Don't think many people would have expected all these players to close on/pass Davis so fast ... doesn't matter if he doesn't fall out of the Top 64 of course, but I'm already imagining him v Jimmy White for a place on Tour as a possibility by the end of the year ...
Sonny wrote:I don't find it depressing, I just find it bucking rubbish.
Jewell wrote:Yeah, they get paid big money just for turning up.
Still, you'd think someone like Steve wouldn't really need the money.