Abonnenten, folgen, 32 Beiträge - Sieh dir Instagram-Fotos und -Videos von Scott Donaldson (@rsdonaldson) an. Scott Donaldson ist ein schottischer Snookerspieler, der seit Profispieler auf der Snooker Main Tour ist. gewann er mit der Championship League sein erstes Profiturnier. An den ersten beiden Tagen gab es schon einige Überraschungen, die Christian Oehmicke und Andreas Thies aufarbeiten. Scott Donaldson und Ding Junhui.
Scott DonaldsonScott Donaldson. Land: Schottland. Alter: 26 Jahre. Geburtsdatum: 19 März Geburtsort: Perth. News; Info. O'Sullivan feiert überzeugenden Auftaktsieg. Statistiken werden nach Ende des Spiels aktualisiert. Scott Donaldson vorheriges Spiel war gegen Lichtenberg S. in UK Championship , Endstand 3 - 6 . Die Championship League ist in dieser Woche wieder im Fokus des Interesses der Snooker-Fans. Kurze Formate, viele Spieler im Einsatz, interessante.
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Donaldson's play in Asian Tour events this year helped him to finish eighth on the Order of Merit to qualify for the Finals for the first time.
Donaldson began the season by qualifying for the Wuxi Classic , where he was beaten 5—3 by Chen Zifan in the wildcard round.
He won four matches to qualify for the Australian Goldfields Open , which concluded with a 5—2 success over Kurt Maflin , before being whitewashed 5—0 by Stuart Bingham in the first round.
However, after a 6—4 loss to Marcus Campbell in the first round of the UK Championship , Donaldson lost a further eight matches in a row to end the season.
He came close to qualifying for the International Championship by winning two successive frames to force a decider against Mark Allen , but lost it.
Donaldson won four matches to meet Ding Junhui in the opening round of the Shanghai Masters and had leads of 3—1 and 4—3, before Ding forced a deciding frame.
Donaldson had a chance to pull off the shock, but missed a simple black and Ding won through. He faced Zhou Yuelong , who was also appearing at this stage of a ranking event for the first time and Donaldson thrashed him 5—0.
Three months later, he reached the semi-final stage of a ranking event for only the second time in his career, at the Gibraltar Open ; he won five matches before a 3—4 semi-final defeat against eventual champion Ryan Day.
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Views Read Edit View history. During his academic career, Donaldson was twice a Fulbright senior lecturer, in Finland and Italy. He spent a year teaching as the Bruern fellow at the University of Leeds in England, and a semester as a visiting fellow at Princeton, where he read through the Fitzgerald archive.
He received two major grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support his research and writing, as well as awards from the Rockefeller foundation, the MacDowell Colony, the American Philosophical Society, and William and Mary.
In he was listed among prominent 20th century Virginia authors by the Virginia Center for the book. In he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and given the MidAmerica award for contributions to midwestern literature.
He won both the Sewanee Review 's Monroe K. Spears prize for best essay and the journal's Robert Heilman prize for book reviewing. Donaldson was a founding director of the Fulbright Alumni Association, and for several years evaluated applicants for senior Fulbright awards for the Center for the International Exchange of Scholars.
During the s he served four-year terms as an editor of American Literature and as author of the chapter on Hemingway and Fitzgerald in American Literary Scholarship.