2020 World Snooker Championship final - O'Sullivan wins sixth title

'I am playing the greatest of all time'
Ronnie O'Sullivan wins sixth world title

Kyren Wilson speaking to BBC Sport: "I am 28-years-old. I am not going to beat myself up too much I am playing the greatest of all time. It was a dream come true knowing I was playing Ronnie in the final.

"You can’t respect him too much or he’ll walk right over me, which is what happened today. I have the two most important people to me sat right here.

"I am a fighter, I always will be. I really struggled in the first session and I just relaxed and let the shackles off. I’m just annoyed they would not let me play the whole match last night."

Ronnie O’Sullivan won a sixth World Snooker Championship title after beating Kyren Wilson 18-8 in the final.
The Rocket dominated the final day, winning seven of the eight frames in the afternoon session and then sealing a resounding victory with a 96 break in the first frame of the evening.

Victory moves him level with Ray Reardon and Steve Davis on six world titles, one shy of Stephen Hendry's record of seven.

No comments

Powered by Blogger.