Snooker at the 2009 World Games – men's singles

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Snooker men's singles
at the 2009 World Games
Venue Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Dates22–26 July 2009
Competitors16 from 9 nations
Medalists
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  2005
2013  

The men's singles snooker competition at the 2009 World Games took place between 22–26 July at the Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. [1]

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Francois Ellis Flag of South Africa.svg 0–3 Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Shu Hung Lin
David Grace Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 3–2 Flag of Thailand.svg Atthasit Mahitthi
Glen Wilkinson Flag of Australia (converted).svg 1–3 Flag of Iran.svg Soheil Vahedi
Mike Dunn Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2–3 Flag of Egypt.svg Mohamed Awad
Nigel Bond Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 3–0 Flag of New Zealand.svg Dene O'Kane
Paul Davies Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 1–3 Flag of Thailand.svg Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Stephen Craigie Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2–3 Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Mohammed Shehab
Wu Yu Lin Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg 3–1 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Ricky Walden

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Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsGold medal match
 
          
 
 
 
 
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Shu Hung Lin 1
 
 
 
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg David Grace 3
 
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg David Grace 3
 
 
 
Flag of Iran.svg Soheil Vahedi 1
 
Flag of Iran.svg Soheil Vahedi 3
 
 
 
Flag of Egypt.svg Mohamed Awad 1
 
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg David Grace 0
 
 
 
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Nigel Bond 3
 
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Nigel Bond 3
 
 
 
Flag of Thailand.svg Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 2
 
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Nigel Bond 3
 
 
 
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Mohammed Shehab 2 Bronze medal match
 
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Mohammed Shehab 3
 
 
 
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Olympic games.svg Wu Yu Lin 0
 
Flag of Iran.svg Soheil Vahedi 2
 
 
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Mohammed Shehab 3
 

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