!!CONGRATULATIONS!! 🥳 to Ronnie O’Sullivan for winning his eight Masters Championship

Ronnie O’Sullivan defeated Shaun Murphy 6-2 in the semifinals despite his harsh criticism of Alexandra Palace following his victory in the previous round. O’Sullivan is now aiming for his eighth Masters championship when he faces Ali Carter in the final on Sunday, who defeated Mark Allen 6-3.


After putting up an incredible 14th Masters final, Ronnie O’Sullivan sent a playful message to the billiards world’s younger players, telling them that “they need to get their act together” if they were to defeat him.


Two days after calling the historic Alexandra Palace, home of the Masters, “disgusting” and “dirty” following his quarterfinal victory, 48-year-old O’Sullivan displayed his best game of the competition thus far, defeating Shaun Murphy in just eight frames, winning 6-2.

The 2020 runner-up defeated the 2018 champion Mark Allen 6-3 in the evening session, setting up a matchup between the seven-time world champion and 44-year-old Ali Carter on Sunday.


Mark Allen’s incredible comeback in the Masters quarterfinals included a 147 break.

Alexandra Palace venue is criticized by Ronnie O’Sullivan.

O’Sullivan defeated Carter in the championship match in 2008 and 2012 to win two of his seven global titles.


In the 50th edition of the Masters, O’Sullivan is attempting to tie the record with his eighth Masters triumph, but it would be his first since 2017. He is now one win away from becoming the oldest winner in Masters history.




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