Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O’Sullivan will chat all things snooker live on Instagram again next week, the seven-times world champion has announced.
The news comes after thousands of die-hard snooker fans watched the pair’s first live Q&A on the social media platform on Monday night.
The live feed was well received by fans who were soon calling for the pair to collaborate again for another live chat while there is no live snooker due to the coronavirus outbreak.
And those fans wishes will come true next week after Hendry announced on Twitter the full details of a second live Q&A with his once arch rival.
It will take place on Thursday (April 30) at 3pm to coincide with the BBC showing of Crucible Classics – the 2011 final between John Higgins and Judd Trump.
Hendry tweeted: “Thank you for all your positive comments on my Instagram live q&a with Ronnie last Monday, good news, we are planning to go live together on my Instagram page on Thursday 30th at 3pm while watching the BBC rerun of the 2011 Higgins v Trump final.”
Monday’s live Q&A saw Hendry and O’Sullivan reveal fascinating insights into the game and their respective careers.
O’Sullivan described his funniest moment in his snooker career so far involving former player Tony Knowles and his own affectionate moments with the late three-times Masters champion Paul Hunter before his tragic death in 2006.
To watch the live stream, snooker fans must have an Instagram account and the app on their phones or tablet devices and follow Hendry’s account – s_hendry775.
Instagram can be downloaded free via the Google Play Store and Apple store.
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Please can you get us a date when. Snooker clubs will reopen. No update or nothing feels like the snooker people are left out in the cold. Wpbsa have put it to parliment but nothing been done or said