Snooker fans were given a chuckle during an enthralling Masters final on Sunday night when one of the sport’s legendary stars made an unlikely comparison completely out of the blue.
Snooker legend Steve Davis believes Ronnie O’Sullivan should be a major contender to win this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year after he stormed his way to his sixth World Championship title.
The year 2010 turned out to be the Sheffield swansong for one of snooker’s true greats, writes Annette Lord.
Snooker bosses have paid tribute to a Brazilian “legend” who six-times world champion Steve Davis once said gave him one of the most exciting matches of his life.
Snooker legend Steve Davis reckons Ronnie O’Sullivan would be a huge contender to win tonight’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year award – should he be nominated for the first time ever.
Steve Davis appeared to be very confused over Ronnie O’Sullivan’s plans for a ‘breakaway’ snooker tour
The Masters is one of snooker’s best tournaments because it sees the best players take on each other in front of the world stage and under the most intense situations.
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.
John Higgins moved up to second place in the all-time list of world ranking titles won after he beat fellow Scot Anthony McGill to win the Indian Open.
DENNIS Taylor’s famous finger wagging gesture after he won the most gripping World Championship final ever seen has been chosen as the best celebration in the sport’s history.