!Very sad! Ronnie O’Sullivan said what all snooker fan should know about

With his victory in the UK Championship on Sunday, Ronnie O’Sullivan’s chances of winning an eighth global title in the Crucible in Sheffield next spring are bright.


Even though Ronnie O’Sullivan broke a record by winning his ninth UK Championship, he has cautioned supporters not to expect him to win the World Snooker Championship in 2024.



In York on Sunday, the Rocket overcame Ding Junhui 10-7 to become the tournament’s oldest winner ever. With his victory on Sunday, he surpassed Doug Mountjoy’s 1988 record.


Notably, O’Sullivan won his first title at the age of 17, making him the youngest-ever UK champion. Along with 40 ranking event trophies, he has also won the UK Championship in 1997, 2001, 2007, 2014, 2017, and 2018.



Despite maintaining his top ranking, O’Sullivan has cautioned supporters not to hold their breath waiting for him to win the World Championship the following year. Although the Englishman is unsure, the Rocket has won seven world titles, and his supporters are clamoring for him to win an eighth.


You are appreciated for it in a different way. Now that I have a lot of experience, I don’t worry or stress as much. There are moments when I feel like I’ve flown, yet I’m really only 7–5 up. That’s because I still have a rather high base level B and C game,” he remarked.


“I think I use my head more now and win matches with my experience more; you just have to focus.” Isn’t that just insane? that we are still winning tournaments at 48 years old. It’s just beyond me.


“Sheffield will be challenging because it takes place over 17 days. It will be physically difficult for me, John Higgins, or Mark Williams to prevail. We are still able to participate in these weekly tournaments.




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