Friday, 21 October 2011

Trump tops Premier League

Judd Trump continued his impressive start to the Premier League campaign with victory in Exeter.

Back-to-back 3-1 wins against Ali Carter and Neil Robertson guided him to a second consecutive six-point haul as he sits pretty at the top of the table with 12 points already in the bag.

With two events still to play, making the play-offs now looks a formality for the world number eight.

Trump is the kind of player born for the biggest stage and, so far, he has looked completely at home in the competition.

His performance last night  was described as "perfect" by the Premier League official site although Judd claimed he played a few loose shots, struggled at times, was a little bit scrappy but still had to win the frames.

Looking critically at his own game shows Judd is not one to rest on his laurels. While that's good, it's hard to deny Judd was brilliant in patches. But we should not be at all surprised. He's the kind of player who has the ability to raise his game for the big crowd.

A showman and an entertainer. He belongs with the big boys and continues to show why he's rated as snooker's hottest prospect.

Well played Judd!

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