In a Channel 4 cookery show aired before a cueball was struck in Barnsley this week TV presenter Tim Lovejoy asked Ronnie O’Sullivan if he was going to win the English Open. O’Sullivan cheekily replied “probably”. It turned out he was spot on. Advertisements
Ronnie O’Sullivan remains the clear favourite to win the English Open title for the first time this week after he made it through to the semi-finals in comfortable style.
Switzerland potter Alexander Ursenbacher continued his magnificent run in the English Open tonight as he progressed to the semi-finals in emphatic style.
Snooker fans are being given the chance to play against six-times world champion Steve Davis as well as the opportunity to own his last worn waistcoat as a professional player.
Ronnie O’Sullivan is odds-on favourite to win this year’s English Open title after he came out on top in a pulsating encounter against John Higgins.
This year’s English Open has been blown wide open after world number one Mark Selby crashed to a surprising third round defeat this afternoon.
Defending champion Liang Wenbo and former world champions Mark Williams and Stuart Bingham have suffered shock defeats on Day 4 of the English Open.
As far as bizarre finishes go then this has to be right up there.