Leicester's Mark Selby has won his second World Snooker Championship title just two years after his first, beating Ding Junhui 18-14 in the final at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Mark Selby Profile, News & Interviews from two-times Snooker Masters champion Mark Selby
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Mark Selby has won his first World Snooker Championship title at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. He came from 8-3 and 10-5 behind to beat defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan 18-14.
Shaun Murphy has won his first ranking title for three years, putting in a stellar performance to beat Mark Selby 10-6 in the final to win the Haikou World Open 2014 on Hainan Island, China.
Ronnie O'Sullivan won his fifth Dafabet Masters title tonight, putting in a stellar performance to beat defending champion Mark Selby 10-4 in front of a huge audience at Alexandra Palace, London.
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