Tag: Ronnie O’Sullivan

The Enigma of Ronnie

Around this time last year, Ronnie O’Sullivan was being touted by World Snooker Chairman Barry Hearn as the sport’s flag-bearer for the new era. However, as has been the case on frequent occasions throughout Ronnie’s career his mentality drifted, resulting in him missing a succession of tournaments throughout the 2010/11[Read More…]

Magic Maximum for Rocket

Ronnie O’Sullivan produced a vintage performance of speed and guile as he fired in a record-breaking eleventh 147 break of his career on route to the last 16 of the Paul Hunter Classic in Furth. The Rocket had already easily dispatched of Turkey’s Ali Kirim and Anthony McGill of Scotland[Read More…]

Premier League

The 2011 Premier League gets under way this Thursday as ten tournament champions from last season contest a revised format of the invitational event. In recent years, seven players played each other once in a best of 6 format with points awarded for a win or draw and nothing for[Read More…]

O’Sullivan on Course for Double

Ronnie O’Sullivan remained on track for a Players Tour Championship double as he reached the last 16 of PTC 2 at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester. The former world number one, who claimed the first PTC event of the new season in June, endured the tougher side of[Read More…]

Australian Goldfields Open Preview

The inaugural Australian Goldfields Open will get under way on Monday but the new event has already been clouded with the withdrawal of Ronnie O’Sullivan. World Snooker announced today that the fan favourite made it all the way to Bangkok in his journey Down Under but subsequently experienced neck and[Read More…]

Higgins and Trump Sent Crashing

Ronnie O’Sullivan recovered from a slow start to eventually reach the fourth round of the first Players Tour Championship event of the season with ease at The Academy in Sheffield. The former world number one endured a nightmare season last year, a lot of which was down to his own[Read More…]