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Ronnie O'Sullivan claims he "detests" some of his rival players and would love to stage his own tournament without them.
The BBC television commentator Ted Lowe played a significant supporting role in one of the greatest yet most improbable sporting dramas, when on 28 April 1985, the snooker world championship culminated in the most nail-biting climax there had ever been or, to date, would ever be.
Boy-band haircut, breathtaking potting and sense of humour fuel hopes 21-year-old can help revitalise the sport
John Higgins kept his hopes of a fourth Crucible crown alive last night as he brought Ronnie O'Sullivan, his arch-rival, down to earth with a bump.
Get ready for an "interesting" mix of avant garde jazz and psychedelic rock. The secret musical life of Steve Davis, the snooker legend, will be revealed when he presents his own show on the BBC 6 Music radio station.
Ronnie O'Sullivan finally spluttered into life here yesterday to claim an important early lead in his second-round match against Shaun Murphy in Sheffield.
Shaun Murphy, the 2005 world champion, is confident he can overcome Ronnie O'Sullivan in their eagerly-anticipated last-16 showdown here at the World Championship.
Judd Trump, snooker's rising star, is desperate to be considered a genuine contender for this year's World Championships at the Crucible.
He lost his mentor to cancer, his wife miscarried and he was diagnosed with depression. Now the Scottish cueman has rediscovered his zest for life
As World Championship begins, veteran urges O'Sullivan to play the underdog as best means to sharpen his appetite for winning
Steve Davis has revealed his fears that Ronnie O'Sullivan's career has reached a dangerous crossroads, and insists that only a swift rediscovery of the joy of competition can prevent a misfiring "Rocket" from losing touch with his rivals.
Ronnie O'Sullivan suffered a first-round exit at the Masters yesterday as Mark Allen battled to a 6-4 win at Wembley Arena.
John Higgins staged a remarkable comeback to overcome Mark Williams 10-9 last night and win his third UK Championship in Telford. The Scot was on the brink of defeat after trailing 7-2 and then 9-5 in the best-of-19 final. But Higgins held his nerve in adding to his 1998 and 2000 victories in dramatic fashion.
Ronnie O'Sullivan suffered a shock 9-6 defeat to qualifier Stuart Bingham last night in the first round of the UK Championship.
John Higgins is set to return from his six-month ban today when he competes in the Euro Players Tour Championship in Hamm, Germany. The three-time world champion faces Joe Jogia in the first round as he makes a tentative comeback.