The world champion appeared to suggest a number of players were fixing matches
The world champion believes Lee may be just the tip of the iceberg
Three late dropped shots fail to dampen enthusiasm of forgotten major contender
That soaring sense that you are witnessing unique powers
Ronnie O'Sullivan, who has won all four of the World Championship finals he has contested, sped through to a fifth as he brushed aside the challenge of Judd Trump.
World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn is cracking down on toilet breaks to avoid gamesmanship, having grown tired of the top stars wandering off mid-frame to spend a penny.
The pair play this evening at the Crucible
O'Sullivan took a 4-1 lead before being pegged back
It's big in the Far East, but it still has a long way to go here. Chloe Hamilton went to Sheffield to meet some potting pioneers...
Static shocks affect last-16 encounter at the World Snooker Championships
Ali Carter believes his big opportunity to topple Ronnie O'Sullivan at the Crucible may have arrived.
Back after a year off, the world champion is ready to go into the unknown in Sheffield
O'Sullivan has been on sabbatical
World snooker No 8 Stephen Lee has "a case to answer", the World Professional Snooker and Billiards Association has decided after an investigation into suspicious betting. Lee, 38, insists he is innocent.
On a late summer's day in San Francisco in 1962, a modest crowd gathered to watch the visiting St Louis Cardinals baseball team do battle with the hometown San Francisco Giants. The Cardinals were not strong that year, while the Giants were challenging for the National League divisional baseball championship. Still, the Cardinals were always interesting to watch because of the presence on the team of their aging superstar, Stan Musial, known down the years to anybody exposed to the sport as "Stan the Man".
Selby wins the Masters