Jimmy White and other snooker legends including Ronnie O’Sullivan have slammed the format of the World Championship saying the semi-final stages are too long. Advertisements
Mark Selby will still be seen in and around the Crucible Theatre for the remainder of the World Championship despite his shock first round defeat on Saturday – it has been revealed.
Mark Selby’s defence of the World Championship crown is over at the first hurdle after he suffered a shock defeat in the opening round.
Mark Selby has been left with it all to do this evening if he is to avoid a shock early exit in this year’s World Championship.
Today’s the day – the greatest snooker event in the world is set to begin.
Mark Selby is back on top form as he stormed to China Open glory after thrashing Barry Hawkins in a one-sided final.
Mark Selby showed more evidence that he has discovered his A game once again after he cruised his way into the China Open semi-finals.