O’Sullivan revealed the extent of the injury after Saturday’s win over Murphy….

After defeating Shaun Murphy 6-2, Ronnie O’Sullivan is now just one victory away from tying the record for the most Masters victories.


Ronnie O’Sullivan defeated Shaun Murphy 6-2 to go to the final, continuing his quest for an eighth Masters victory.


After defeating Barry Hawkins in the quarterfinals, O’Sullivan made headlines by calling the Alexandra Palace venue “disgusting.” Despite this, he still put on an incredible display of snooker skill to defeat Murphy and advance to his incredible 14th Masters final.


In addition to his current record of being the youngest champion of the tournament, the 48-year-old may become the oldest player in history to win the Masters by winning the Sunday spectacular. He became the youngest and oldest guy to win the UK Championship after his victory in December.


In the Sunday final, O’Sullivan will face either Ali Carter or Mark Allen, who square off later on Saturday.


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