Chinese snooker sensation Ding Junhui is one of the sport's most decorated players but he has yet to lift the biggest prize yet in his career, the World Championship.
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Ronnie “The Rocket” O’Sullivan is quite simply the greatest player to ever pick up a cue. This is obviously high praise for anyone but you’ll be hard pressed to find anyone in the entire world who disagrees with you, and if they do, they are wrong.
Mark Allen has set his sights on a famous victory at the upcoming World Championship after beating Kyren Wilson to claim The Masters. He became only the third Northern Irishman in history to win The Masters, following in the footsteps of Alex Higgins and Dennis Taylor.
The World Snooker Championship at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre remains the green baize sport’s showpiece event, but has the format grown a little stale? Five-time winner Ronnie O’Sullivan certainly thinks so after blasting the tournament as “boring”. The Rocket recently indicated on social media he could miss the end-of-season event to film a pool TV show, Hustle, in Australia.
Ronnie O'Sullivan continues to entertain sports fans and despite recently crashing out of the 2018 Masters to eventual champion Mark Allen, he is still playing top-class snooker 25 years after first bursting onto the scene.
Welshman Mark Williams has trounced world number one Mark Selby with a win of 6-5 at the first round of The Masters 2018. Alexandra Palace was the venue for the epic opener in front of the packed crowd.
Scrutinise these shocking snooker-related events and see if you agree! These moments threatened to upend the gentlemanly reputation the game enjoys.
The Betway UK Championship is once again underway and Crazy Snooker returns even crazier than ever before with Neil Robertson, Kyren Wilson battling it out against John Parrott and Dennis Taylor in an EPIC doubles match!
Ronnie O’Sullivan got the season into full swing with a comprehensive win over Kyren Wilson in the English Open, and from the way he played, you would not bet against this being the first of several this season.
John Higgins faced off against Zhao Xintong, with a final score of 4–3 in an exciting encounter, and so booked his place in the Indian Open’s last 32.